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Family Sings Push It For Mom in Delivery Room

This Video of a Family Singing "Push It" A Capella in the Delivery Room Will Make Your Week

Sing this song next time you decide to have a baby... my little girl came literally 10 mins later! 😝😝 #PushIt

Posted by Jordan Juice Houston on Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Jordan Houston and Jadie Phelps, a couple from Texas, welcomed their daughter Alaya into the world in a huge way with a little help from their family. Their incredible idea? Singing an a cappella version of "Push It" by Salt-N-Pepa in the delivery room. The performance included the father-to-be; the baby's uncle, aunt, and grandmother; and nurses at Baylor All Saint Medical Center in Fort Worth, TX. As soon as Jordan posted it to Facebook, it went viral with more than 145,000 shares and 65,000 reactions to date. The brand-new dad captioned the clip: "Sing this song next time you decide to have a baby . . . my little girl came literally 10 [minutes] later!" Fingers crossed Alaya gets the music gene from her family!

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