The Miracle of Birth


(upbeat music) Jessica Simpson. Good morning, Jessica. Good morning. What are you so happy about? I’m actually excited to meet you. You are, you won’t be after I fine you– That’s why I went through the red light. No, I’m kidding. You won’t be so excited after you’ve paid the fine. Right, that’s why I’m here. All right, this is on Eddy and Dudley. Do you work at the hospital. I do. What do you do? I deliver babies. How many babies do you deliver a week? We do about 35 a day. Really?
Approximately. Really?
In 24 hours. Not me, the whole– No, I know, I know, the team. I’d be really busy if I did 35 myself. No, I know, the team does that. You know, I talk to people who work in the medical industry and particularly doctors and nurses, and they all talk about the miracle of birth. You know, like when the baby is born, you know, and they just, just a fascinating experience. It’s amazing, I never get bored. You never get bored? Never. Always the same. That’s why I was going into work at three o’clock in the morning. Yeah, what’s the nicest experience you’ve had delivering a baby? The nicest? Oh my God, there’s numerous experiences, I mean, every single one is– I mean, you never delivered one in the back of a car, did you? I’ve delivered in a parking lot. Really?
Yeah. Yeah, I worked in triage for a while, so you’re outside and babies come wherever they want, so you catch them wherever they come. But, yeah, so I’ve done that, but, yeah, every single delivery is amazing, amazing. Every family’s different so you get to bond differently with each family, it’s really cool. It’s really cool, I’m very blessed to have a great job like that. So were you on your way to deliver a baby here? Well, I was hoping. Yeah, I went in for a quick four-hour shift, they’re very understaffed during the summer time and not many people like to go in at 3:00 a.m. This was three o’clock in the morning? You don’t deliver babies at 3:00 a.m. You tell them to wait– No, right, between midnight and 7:00 a.m. there’s no babies born. Yeah, they’re not allowed to come between those hours. Yeah, right, it’s off limits. So if the baby is being born you say, wait. Yeah.
Wait until eight o’clock. Cross your legs, wait til 7:30. All right. All right, this was making a right-hand turn at the hospital, it was two o’clock in the morning, three o’clock in the morning, right. Given the nature of your work I’m gonna dismiss the case. Thank you, I appreciate it. Keep up the good work, good luck to you. Thank you, you too, you as well, thanks. Come on, how cool was that? If you’d like to see more cases like this one, tune in to “Caught In Providence” every weekday. Excuse me? You didn’t know “Caught In Providence” is also a TV show? Oh, wow, your life just got substantially better. To find out what channel we’re on, go to courtinprovidence.com, click on your local listings, scroll down til you find your home town, then start doing your happy dance. That’s it, move it, move it. Nice. All rise and hit subscribe so you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases. You be the judge, subscribe now.

11 Comments

  1. When you are so early it was posted 41 seconds ago. I love Judge Caprio. He is so humane. It's amazing. ❤️❤️❤️

  2. So interesting to hear how many babies are born in that one hospital every day. And how excited and blessed this nurse feels to deliver babies! Even going in at 3:00 am when they were short-staffed. Yes, babies are such miracles!!

  3. Wow! As a mother who recently went into labour and held my miracle baby PRAISE….am amazed by by this nurse's mood and the judge's reaction. Keep it up nurse and keep it up judge👍👍👍👍👍

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