Woman gives birth to healthy baby at her Roosevelt home

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A Monmouth County woman delivered her fourth child in her own house last week.

Naylon Larane says her contractions quickly went from 30 minutes apart to five while she was at her Roosevelt house.

Naylon and her husband, Derrick Larane, began packing the car but soon realized they weren't making it to the hospital.

"No time to panic--it was just, 'I guess were doing this,'" Naylon said.

Derrick called the 911 operator for help in delivering the baby.

A few minutes later, baby Cecilia was born at 7 pounds, 7 ounces.

This wasn't the first time Naylon had a baby at home.

Her son, Issiah, was born when she was home alone.

"If it happens to you remain calm, as calm as possible and just let your body do what's meant to do," Naylon says.

Naylon and her new infant are both healthy and doing well.

 

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