A Utah woman went into labor and lucky for her the neighbor happens to be a nursing student, who was able to help out and assist the mother in labor.
Ashlie Farnsworth fourth child was born early.
Her husband Kenny was not able to make it home to help out with the birth of the baby.
The neighbor Allayna Rowe came to her rescue, while on break from nursing school.
Pressed for time and not able to get Ashlie to the hospital, 22-year-old Allayna Rowe rose to the occasion and helped deliver the baby.
The Farnsworth was so happy and honored that Rowe was able to help out, they decided to give the newborn the same middle name as the young nursing student.
Not bad for her first experience with child labor, having a baby named after you is pretty cool.