Mom Serves Fetus With Eviction Notice That Judge Signs, And Fetus Obeys

If you’ve ever been almost nine months pregnant, you know just how uncomfortable the home stretch of a pregnancy is. Those last few days can be murder on the mother, who is carrying around a fully formed baby in the womb.

You can’t blame a mom for trying different methods in hopes of kicking off labor.

Some moms have sex with their partners in hopes that it’ll make them go into labor. Some do physical activities or watch comedies so that they will laugh hard enough to speed things along. Some beg their doctors or midwives for a supplement that will induce labor.

One expectant mother in Utah was frustrated that her baby was taking so long to be born. Since the woman worked for a judge, she thought she would appeal to him for help.

The judicial assistant jokingly created an eviction notice for the child in question, and even got it signed by the judge. It did the trick, apparently, because the baby was out within 12 hours.

Kaylee Bays was expecting her third child and was in her final days of pregnancy, but the mother was growing extremely impatient. She thought she was going into labor one day, but it stopped.

That was the last straw. The 33-year-old drew up an 'eviction notice' for her baby girl, who she was hoping would vacate the premises very soon.

The baby, already named Gretsel, residing at 'Mommy Belly Lane' in Womb, Utah, was served with a 'three day notice to vacate'.

"Mommy is uncomfortable and running out of room for you! Too much heartburn and rib kicking, and I'm sick of waddling!!!" the document read.

The rest of the document was very official looking. telling the baby if she didn't comply with the order she could be found liable for unpaid rent, damages, waste left behind, and any attorney fees and court costs that the mother might rack up in the future.

"Please contact your landlord to discuss this situation," the vacate order concludes, signed on October 17, 2-17.

Over the judge's signature, there was even an official state of Utah seal.

Judge Lynn Davis, the judge for whom the mom works, signed the order to vacate.

"If it really works, I want it framed," the judge told Bays. Now, among all her motherly duties, Bays has to go shopping for a frame. Surprisingly, it did work. The baby was born just 12 hours later.

"So far, she's a good listener," the mom joked. "She didn't want to be in contempt of court."

She vows that she'll be framing the notice for her employer soon.

"I just think it's great that there are judges who have a great sense of humor, and we all get along wonderfully down here," Bays said. "It's great that we have support and that kind of joking relationship within the courthouse."

Some people might not take it as a joke, though. The judge might want to prepare himself for a throng of pregnant woman waddling over to the courthouse.

Source: Daily Mail
Photo: American Fork Hospital/Facebook, Utah Courts

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