It's a birth story baby Millie April will hear for the rest of her life.
On Tuesday, the healthy little girl was born in the back of an Ambulance on the M7 in NSW, delivered by two Highway Patrol officers - and her proud dad.
NSW Police shared the news in a Facebook post accompanied by photos of baby Millie, her parents and the officers who brought her into the world.
"Senior Constable Andrew Mazan was in a Highway Patrol vehicle on the M7, when the prospective Dad and Mum arrived in front of him, about 10:30am" the post reads. "He did a quick assessment and had them move to a nearby breakdown bay which was a much more safer place."
Senior Constable Mazan and his colleague Sergeant Vince Conciatore were coached by the Ambulance Control Centre via phone, "as to what was to come next."
NSW Ambulance arrived just in time: "Mille couldn't wait any longer, and was greeted by Police and Paramedics, and of course a proud Dad,"
According to NSW Police, "Mille April (Vince Andrew) Carpenter" is the third little girl for the couple and has two big sisters waiting for her at home.
"Well done Mum and Dad, glad we were on the road to assist you!"