12-year-old girl asked to help deliver mom's baby in delivery room

12-year-old girl asked to help deliver mom’s newborn baby after things don’t go to plan

Going into labor can be a scary time for any woman. Sure, this is the moment you’ve been waiting and preparing so long for, but when all things are said and done it’s a terrifying unknown you’re stepping into. Anything could happen.

When Dede Carraway went into labor herself, she could never have known how eventful it would be. You see, Dede had formulated a birth plan, and so thought she had some idea of what to expect.

As it turned out, though, the OB-GYN suggested a change that left her speechless.

Fortunately (for everyone online) someone was there to capture what followed …

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When Dede’s 12-year-old daughter Jacee entered the delivery room, she feared she was going to miss the birth of her sibling. As she explained to WS News Now: “I started crying because I thought I wasn’t going to get to see him be born, because I was too short.”

Thankfully Dede’s doctor, Dr. Wolf (yes, that is his real name), had something up his sleeve …

Instead of simply moving people out of the way and clearing space so that Jacee could see, Dr. Wolf went one better. Did we say one? We meant one million … the doctor actually asked Jacee if she wanted to help deliver her baby brother into the world!

Of course, both Dede and Jacee expressed concerns – it should go without saying Jacee has no experience in delivering babies.

After some reassurances, however, Jacee got into her place in front of Dr. Wolf and helped welcome her brother.

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“I actually delivered him,” Jacee said. “He let me actually push down and pull the baby out…. I was like, wow, like I’ve played fake doctor before, but this is the real thing, this is is the real deal. I was really nervous.”

As far as deliveries go, Dede’s was far from perfect. Her epidural wasn’t working, so she was left in crippling pain. That didn’t matter too much, though; Jacee’s face gave her all the relief she needed.

When it was finally time to push, Jacee helped Dr. Wolf deliver a 7-pound, 6-ounce boy, Cayson Carraway.

As Dede told WS News Now, it was a moment she’ll never forget: “Seeing the emotions on her face, it made me cry. I’m about to cry now! It was just a good moment for me.”

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What an incredible offer from Dr. Wolf. He’s certainly given Dede and Jacee memories that are going to last a lifetime!

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