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Mom gives birth to baby in fast-food burger chain parking lot after feeling ‘strong urges’ – Archyde

Tiana Keane greeted little boy Reid in the parking lot of Hungry Jacks, the Australian version of Burger King, after a “strong urge” that she would not make it to the hospital

Tiana Keane, 24, could feel her baby's head coming out
Tiana Keane, 24, could feel her baby’s head coming out

A mother has shared the terrifying but incredible experience of giving birth to her baby boy in the parking lot of a fast food burger chain.

Tiana Keane, 24, could feel her baby’s head pop up and her body start pushing as her partner Josh Armstrong, 28, drove her to the hospital.

So Josh pulled up in the parking lot of a Hungry Jack’s joint, the Australian version of Burger King, where within minutes Tiana was greeting baby Reid.

They arrived at the hospital where doctors made sure Reid, who weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces, was healthy and now the family are resting back at home in High Wycombe, Australia.

Tiana, an administrator, said: “As we drove I questioned myself because I felt like his head was on the way out, I had this really strong urge.







Reid was born in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant
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Tiana said she gave birth after two bumps in the car on the Hungry Jack’s chain
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“I felt like my body was starting to push and I was scared. I thought I’d have to give birth to this baby by the side of the road.

“I freaked out, but then I thought I was just being dramatic. Then all my thoughts and feelings went out the window and I just focused on getting him out, I just had to push him out.

“It’s like my body went into shock and adrenaline went through me and I just had to get it out.

“He stopped in front of Hungry Jacks, I threw myself in the back seat and my legs were on the dash, I started pushing and he came out in two jabs.”

After a difficult birth with her firstborn ace, two, Tiana has said she would give birth to a hungry boy any day before it happened.

The mother-of-two said: “I would take this birth any day over my first birth. I would do it again.

“This birth was more painful than my previous experience with Ace. But I like her much better. It was quick and easy compared to the Ace birth as I had a lot of complications.

“It was two opposite births and I would prefer to give birth at a fast food joint any day.

“If I were going to have another baby, I would do it this way again because it was quick and easy.”

Tiana and Josh met a few years ago while working at KFC and are now planning to throw Reid’s first birthday party at the Very Hungry Jack’s branch, where he was born last month.







Josh Armstrong is pictured with his new son
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Tiana continued, “Reid is perfect, he’s gaining weight, eating like a champ and sleeping really well.

“When we arrived at the birth center, we were only there for three hours and at 1:00 am we were home. I delivered the placenta, they weighed him and did all our physicals and we were gone.

“I will tell this story for a very long time, for the rest of his life, and I will not let him forget it.

“I said we were throwing his first birthday party at Hungry Jacks. The workers came out and asked if they could help us at all.

“They got in touch afterwards and sent us a basket for the baby with a teddy bear, chocolate and bath products.

“Me and my partner actually met while working at KFC and now we have a baby born at Hungry Jacks so we need a big event at McDonald’s.

“Our lives are all about fast food right now.”

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