"I was laying on one side, but then that side started to get numb, so I flipped to the other side after about 15 minutes, and I like felt something between my legs," Elimarie said.
"I reached my hand down there, and all I felt was the catheter wire. So I didn't think anything of it."
At that point, the nurse lost the baby's heartbeat on the monitor, and she got up to check it out. And in the blink of an eye, the baby was already out.
"Since I felt that little thing, I made a joke saying, 'Oh, he's probably already out.' So she lifted up the cover, and sure enough, he was right there," she said before noting that the nurse picked up her legs really fast and called the nurses.
"I looked over to my fiance; he had his headphones on, watching a movie on the iPad. He didn't even know what was going on,"
"I looked over to my fiancé; he had his headphones on, watching a movie on the iPad. He didn't even know what was going on."
As a result, she called to her fiancé to let him know that their son is there, and he was in shock. But he grabbed the camera and started filming the moment.
Towards the end of the video, she said it was one of the easiest, best labour story."
"It was a really really great experience," she continued.
People took to the video's comments to praise Elimarie for sharing her story while expressing their surprise.
"That's so wild!!! The epidural did its job to the max. I've never heard of this happening, but what a smooth and relaxed way to give birth!!" one wrote.
"This is so cute; lol congrats!!!! I hope mine goes like this," another added.
A third wrote: "Woww. What a unique story. Glad you all were safe."
There have been other cases of women who were pregnant and gave birth in unconventional ways.