It seems the famous Salt-N-Pepa song worked. New dad, Jordan Houston wrote, "my little girl came 10 minutes later."
A Texas couple welcomed their third child into the world last month after singing one of the best a cappella renditions we’ve ever heard of Salt-N-Pepa’s 19 hit and delivery-room favorite, “Push It.”
And apparently it worked! According to the father, Jordan Houston, baby Alaya arrived 10 minutes later the performance.
While in labor, mama Jadie Phelps rapped verses. We now have new #momgoals. Houston and family members in the delivery room joined in, too.
“We are performers. That’s how we met,” Houston, 26, told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “We’ve done musical theater productions and freelance entertainment gigs together, so it’s second nature for us to burst out into song and dance at any given moment.”
The couple joked in the video that Alaya, born Dec. 13, would come out dancing.
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