A woman gave birth to a baby girl in a McDonald’s restroom in Atlanta, Georgia this week, and named her ‘Little Nugget’.
As per the details, Alandria Worthy, from Union City in San Francisco, California, and her fiancé were on their way to Grady Hospital when they stopped at a local McDonald’s to use the bathroom.
“I just felt like I had to pee really bad,” she said and recalled saying, “‘We have to stop. I gotta go.’ I went to the bathroom and all of a sudden, it was like a water balloon”.
Atlanta McDonald’s acting General Manager Tanisha Woodward was the first to rush to the bathroom to check on Alandria after hearing her screams. She told reporters,
I thought she was joking. I opened the restroom and she was laid back, screaming. Then I knew to tell my crew ‘we’re having a baby today’.
Three McDonald’s employees helped Alandria give birth to her baby daughter, Nandi Ariyah Mehrmi Phillips. Tanisha Woodward and the McDonald’s staff affectionately named the healthy seven-pound, nine-ounce baby girl ‘Little Nugget’
The story doesn’t end here. To make the birth incident memorable, the employees at the outlet named Worthy’s daughter after a dish at the fast-food joint. That’s right. The girl, Nandi Ariyah Moremi Philips, was nicknamed ‘Little Nugget’ by the McDonald’s employees present there.
“My parents loved the name, too. We were like, ‘Okay, it fits her. My little nugget.'” Worthy’s fiancé stated, as per reports. Speaking about the experience, the new mommy said, “It was an experience because it happened so fast”.