Kelly McGough of Carnegie can’t stop thanking her son Christopher. The sixth-grader jumped into action when she went into labor two weeks early at their home.Before the paramedics could arrive, Christopher helped deliver his baby brother, then got himself to school.Watch the full story in the video player above.”I heard her yell, ‘I need help’ so I rushed downstairs to see what she needed, and the baby was just like coming out. So I had to run up and down the stairs getting towels for her to wrap around the baby,” Christopher said.The newest member of the McGough household, Damien Thomas, couldn’t wait until the due date of May 6.Kelly called 911, and Christopher did too while his mom had her hands full.”He was like ‘Well the paramedics are coming’ And I pushed again and kind of just caught the baby and put him like on my chest then 2 or 3 minutes later the paramedics come walking in,” Kelly said.Christopher saw the ambulance arrive at their home.”It was a huge relief, I just started taking deep breaths,” Christopher said.”He was surprisingly calm for the whole situation that was going on,” Kelly said.”I needed to make sure you were OK, that was all I was worried about,” Christopher said.After he knew his mom and baby brother were going to be OK, Christopher got on the bus.Tuesday ended up being a big day in a very busy week for the sixth-grader.”On Monday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week we had a baseball game. So a very busy week,” Christopher said.Christopher, a pitcher, got six strikeouts during Wednesday’s game.Kelly also expressed gratitude for the paramedics who rushed her and baby Damien to the hospital.

Kelly McGough of Carnegie can’t stop thanking her son Christopher. The sixth-grader jumped into action when she went into labor two weeks early at their home.

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Before the paramedics could arrive, Christopher helped deliver his baby brother, then got himself to school.

Watch the full story in the video player above.

“I heard her yell, ‘I need help’ so I rushed downstairs to see what she needed, and the baby was just like coming out. So I had to run up and down the stairs getting towels for her to wrap around the baby,” Christopher said.

The newest member of the McGough household, Damien Thomas, couldn’t wait until the due date of May 6.

Kelly called 911, and Christopher did too while his mom had her hands full.

“He was like ‘Well the paramedics are coming’ And I pushed again and kind of just caught the baby and put him like on my chest then 2 or 3 minutes later the paramedics come walking in,” Kelly said.

Christopher saw the ambulance arrive at their home.

“It was a huge relief, I just started taking deep breaths,” Christopher said.

“He was surprisingly calm for the whole situation that was going on,” Kelly said.

“I needed to make sure you were OK, that was all I was worried about,” Christopher said.

After he knew his mom and baby brother were going to be OK, Christopher got on the bus.

Tuesday ended up being a big day in a very busy week for the sixth-grader.

“On Monday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week we had a baseball game. So a very busy week,” Christopher said.

Christopher, a pitcher, got six strikeouts during Wednesday’s game.

Kelly also expressed gratitude for the paramedics who rushed her and baby Damien to the hospital.

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