California Grandmother Assists in Delivering Granddaughter in Family Car, Reports NBC News

A California grandmother played a crucial role in delivering her granddaughter in the family car after her daughter went into labor unexpectedly. The grandmother, Cindy Grandinetti, and her daughter, Marissa Hicks, were on their way to the hospital when the baby decided to arrive earlier than expected.

Despite the unexpected turn of events, Grandinetti remained calm and focused as she guided her daughter through the delivery process. With the help of emergency dispatchers on the phone, she successfully delivered her granddaughter, Paisley, in the backseat of the car. The baby was reportedly healthy and weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces.

Hicks expressed her gratitude for her mother’s quick thinking and composure during the intense situation. Grandinetti’s heroic actions underscore the incredible bond and love between a mother and daughter, and her quick actions ultimately helped bring her granddaughter into the world safely.

This heartwarming story serves as a reminder of the incredible strength and resilience of mothers and grandmothers, and the powerful bonds that exist within families.

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