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FORT WALTON BEACH New mom Skye Escalera will have quite a story to tell her son Ezra when he’s old enough to hear it.

Skye, who was only 28 weeks pregnant, was home alone Monday morning when she gave birth. Baby Ezra’s skin was blue, he wasn’t breathing and he wasn’t responsive. Dispatchers walked her through infant CPR, and by the time paramedics arrived Ezra’s skin tone had turned red

“I felt really out of body when this was happening,” she added. “I felt really calm somehow. I don’t know how that even happens. I was nervous. I was really scared, but I knew I had to do something. If I didn’t, he would just not ”

Skye was put on bed rest last week after having Braxton Hicks contractions, or f mulberry handbags alse labor. Initially, she thought the Braxton Hicks contractions had returned Monday, but they got so bad that she called her husband Alekos Escalera to have him come home and take her back to the hospital.

She got up to get her military ID for the hospital when she realized it was not false labor. Ezra was born within a few minutes.

When Alekos arrived, he was expected to find his wife waiting on him to go to Eglin’s hospital. Instead, he saw an ambulance outside his house.

Alekos saw his son on a stretcher and thought the baby had been stillborn. Then he heard a paramedic ask if they had any body bags and feared his wife had died during childbirth.

Instead, he found out that Skye and Ezra were doing well. The body bag was to transport the placenta to the hospital.

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“I stopped thinking and my training kept me calm, I think,” Alekos said. “I was able to not panic and let them do their job and keep (Skye) calm.”

Skye and Ezra were ta mulberry handbags ken to Fort Walton Beach Medical Center.

Skye didn’t suffer any complications and was expected to be released on Wednesday.

Ezra, who weighed just 2 pounds, 9.6 ounces at birth, is expected to remain in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for six to eight weeks. Doctors are surprised how well he is doing, Skye said.

FORT WALTON BEACH New mom Skye Escalera will have quite a story to tell her son Ezra when he’s old enough to hear it.

Skye, who was only 28 weeks pregnant, was home alone Monday morning when she gave birth. Baby Ezra’s skin was blue, he wasn’t breathing and he wasn’t responsive. Dispatchers walked her through infant CPR, and by the time paramedics arrived Ezra’s skin tone had turned red

“I felt really out of body when this was happening,” she added. “I fel mulberry handbags t really calm somehow. I don’t know how that even happens. I was nervous. I was really scared, but I knew I had to do something. If I didn’t, he would just not ”

Skye was put on bed rest last week after having Braxton Hicks contractions, or false labor. Initially, she thought the Braxton Hicks contractions had returned Monday, but they got so bad that she called her husband Alekos Escalera to have him come home and take her back to the hospital.

She got up to get her military ID for the hospital when she realized it was not false labor. Ezra was born within a few minutes.

When Alekos arrived, he was expected to find his wife waiting on him to go to Eglin’s hospital. Instead, he saw an ambulance outside his house.

Alekos saw his son on a stretcher and thought the baby had been stillborn. Then he heard a paramedic ask if they had any body bags and feared his wife had died during childbirth.

Instead, he found out that Skye and Ezra were doing well. The body bag was to transport the placenta to the hospital.

“I stopped thinking and my training kept me calm, I think,” Alekos said. “I was able to not panic and let them do their job and keep (Skye) calm.”

Skye and Ezra were taken to Fort Walton Beach Medical Center.

Skye didn’t suffer any complications and was expected to be released on Wednesday.

Ezra, who weighed just 2 pounds, 9.6 ounces at birth, is expected to remain in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for six to eight weeks. Doctors are surprised how well he is doing, Skye said.