Surprise birth for Connecticut mom

Surprise birth for Connecticut mom

Posted: Updated:
NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

A Connecticut woman, who didn't know she was pregnant, thought she was having a gall bladder attack but ended up delivering a nine pound baby boy instead.

Jennifer Scollin and Matthew Dillman are now the proud parents to Cole Dillman. He was born Saturday, March 29, 2014.

The little boy shocked his parents.

Scollin says for the past nine months, she had no idea she was pregnant. She says she didn't gain weight and continued her monthly cycles.

Scollin detected a problem though, the day Cole was born. She thought she was having gall bladder problems after experiencing sharp pains throughout the day, until her water broke.

The couple called the ambulance, but Cole couldn't wait any longer. He was born in an ambulance in their driveway!

"It was a blur. All I know it is I pushed twice and they were like. 'you have a baby boy'," Scollin said. "It's a fantastic feeling. It really is."

"I couldn't believe it. It's amazing. Thank God they're both all right, both healthy," said father Matthew Dillman.

  • HealthMore>>

  • FDA Approves New Combination Rx for Type 2 Diabetes

    FDA Approves New Combination Rx for Type 2 Diabetes

    FDA Approves New Combination Rx for Type 2 Diabetes Invokamet combines Invokana and metformin to treat adults with Type 2 diabetes (dailyRx News) A healthy diet and regular exercise are the...
    FDA Approves New Combination Rx for Type 2 Diabetes Invokamet combines Invokana and metformin to treat adults with Type 2 diabetes (dailyRx News) A healthy diet and regular exercise are the mainstays of...
  • Why we yawn

    Why we yawn

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-08-20 02:53:59 GMT
    We all yawn, but why we do it has long been a mysterious phenomenon. Turns out scientists have disproved the old "getting oxygen to our brain" theory. While we often yawn when we're sleepy, it may not be the sleepiness that's causing the yawn. "It's not surprising that there's a heightened level of yawning associated with being sleepy," says Dr. Andrew Gallup, an assistant professor of psychology at SUNY Oneonta and a leading researcher on the subject of yawning.
    We all yawn, but why we do it has long been a mysterious phenomenon. Turns out scientists have disproved the old "getting oxygen to our brain" theory. While we often yawn when we're sleepy, it may not be the sleepiness that's causing the yawn. "It's not surprising that there's a heightened level of yawning associated with being sleepy," says Dr. Andrew Gallup, an assistant professor of psychology at SUNY Oneonta and a leading researcher on the subject of yawning.
  • Salmonella risk in peanut, almond butters

    Nut butter recall 2014

    Nut butter recall 2014

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 8:34 PM EDT2014-08-20 00:34:52 GMT
    Peanut and almond butters sold at Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and other grocers are being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination. A unit of Hain Celestial Group Inc. said Tuesday that there have been reports of four illnesses that may be related to the nut butters. They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills Peanut Butters, MaraNatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters, and private label brands for Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Kroger and Safeway.
    Peanut and almond butters sold at Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and other grocers are being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination. A unit of Hain Celestial Group Inc. said Tuesday that there have been reports of four illnesses that may be related to the nut butters. They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills Peanut Butters, MaraNatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters, and private label brands for Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Kroger and Safeway.
Powered by WorldNow
Didn't find what you were looking for?
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | New Terms of Service What's new | Ad Choices