A California pastor's wife said she gave birth to her fourth child in a bathroom stall directly following a service led by her husband.
Jennifer Wagner said she began feeling labor pains during Sunday's Church Alive service at the Huntington Beach Public Library but thought she had enough time to wait until the end of the service to go to the hospital, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
However, Wagner said she found herself on the bathroom floor after the service led by her pastor husband, Jerrod Wagner, and gave birth with the help of two friends.
"I think I only pushed four times," Wagner said. "It was easy."
Jerrod Wagner said the baby was already born by the time he ran into the bathroom.
"People were saying it could have been his first baptism, because the toilet was open," he said. "But fortunately, there was no baptism."
The mother and newborn baby, dubbed Titus Sebastian Wagner, were taken to Fountain Valley Regional Hospital.