Pregnancy can be tough and at no time is this more apparent than in the final weeks, with many women trying all kinds of tricks to bring on labour.
Curries, raspberry leaf tea and long walks just weren't going to cut it for one fed up mum, who asked a judge to sign and serve her third baby an eviction notice.
What's more, it worked. Baby Gretsel Hansen was born just 12 hours after the signature was committed to paper by Judge Lynn Davis.
When Kaylee Bay of Provo, Utah experienced contractions two weeks before her due date on October 16, she "...thought for sure it was baby time," reported Deserert News. Much to her dismay, however, the pains stopped and she went to work the next day at Fourth District Court.
A little worse for wear for having prepped for the big moment, she asked Judge Lynn Davis to sign an eviction notice, a lighthearted distraction from the serious business of waiting it out.
An official document was produced in haste, addressed to the baby at 'Mommy Belly Lane,' with the judge ordering her to vacate, stating that '"Mommy is uncomfortable and running out of room for you! Too much heartburn and rib kicking, and I'm sick of waddling!!!"