Two weeks ago, Erin Langmaid unexpectedly welcomed daughter Isla to the world on the bathroom floor despite showing no signs she was expecting.
The unusual pregnancy left the 23-year-old with no baby bump, no morning sickness, no cravings and all happened while she was using contraceptive injections.
"I was going to work, fitting into all my clothes. There was really no indication that I was pregnant. It's really weird!" she told Sunrise.
"Everyone rallied together and got everything organised for us while we were hospital. Now we're learning how to be parents."
It might sound impossible, but these kind of 'surprise' pregnancies are more common than you think.
One in 500 women don't know they are carrying a baby until they are 20 weeks into their pregnancy and one in 2500 don't find out until they are in labour.
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