Newspaper article Gympie Times, The Qld.

Easter Bunny Comes Early

Newspaper article Gympie Times, The Qld.

Easter Bunny Comes Early

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Byline: Lee Gailer

LINCOLN Harris was in a hurry to see the world.

In fact he was in such a rush, he popped out 10 days early and before his parents could even make it out the front door.

His mother Leah woke about 2am on Saturday, April 3, with strong contractions and within minutes Lincoln was delivered on his parent's ensuite floor.

"I woke my husband Matthew to take me to hospital but as we went to get in the car I could tell we weren't going to make it," Leah said.

"I told him we better go back inside and call an ambulance.

"He handled it pretty well but he forgot the emergency number at first and then our address a but just for a second."

It was no doubt at that moment the 29-year-old realised he would have to deliver the baby.

Following directions given over the phone by the 000 ambulance operator, Matthew helped his wife give birth to their baby boy and waited for the ambulance to arrive. …

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