A bouncing baby girl made quite the entrance into the world last month, and she'll have the story to tell for the rest of her life.
Lisa Clinard is the wife of a Marine and has had her fair share of "go-with-the-flow" moments. However, when she began feeling back pain on July 31, she never thought that it would lead to the birth of her daughter ... whose due date wasn't until September 5. The premature nature of the birth may not seem very surprising ... but how about this: Clinard's daughter entered the world while 6,000 feet in the air!
The family joined Fox and Friends this morning, and Lisa's husband, Marine Staff Sgt. Josh Clinard told co-host Anna Kooiman, "I'm just happy that my wife and child are both ... healthy and safe."
Gives new meaning to "In the air, on land, and sea".