Baby born in Chipotle parking lot gets a burrito-themed baby shower at restaurant ๐Ÿ‘ถ ๐ŸŽ

CENTENNIAL, Colo. โ€“ An expecting Denver couple took matters into their own hands โ€“ by delivering their baby in a Chipotle parking lot.

On the morning of April 10th, Adrianna Alvarez went into labor with her fourth child.

โ€œWe were actually driving down this road to get to the hospital and we were getting really close to the street and I told him weโ€™re not going to make it, I feel like the baby is coming,โ€ Alvarez told KDVR.

The babyโ€™s father, Saul Flores, called 911.

โ€œThe dispatcher is like I think you need to pull over. And we ended up in front of Chipotle. It was really weird,โ€ Alvarez said.

South Metro Fire dispatcher Angie Schell took the call.

โ€œWe do a lot of childbirths but we rarely get to the actual birth part,โ€ Schell said. โ€œThis one was the first one in 18 years that I actually got to dispatch and help with the baby being born.โ€

Jaden Flores was born at 9:11 a.m. on April 10th in the Chipotle parking lot.

โ€œHe became the little Chipotle burrito baby,โ€ his mom said.

To celebrate, Chipotle invited the proud parents, the dispatcher and their whole families to the restaurant for a one-of-a-kind baby shower.

They had a cake and cupcakes with faux burritos on top and they gave Jaden a swaddle blanket that looks like a tortilla.

Best of all, Adrianna and Saul got to meet the dispatcher who helped guide their little burrito safely into the world.

โ€œWe donโ€™t hardly ever get to meet our patients, ever. We donโ€™t even know what happens to them after weโ€™re done sometimes. So to be able to share the good news and this is what dispatchers do out there. We do this every day. You see a lot of bad news out there, but gosh, there are so many good one out there,โ€ Schell said.

Itโ€™s only fitting that Jaden was born in a Chipotle parking lot. His parents met at a Chipotle and at one point they both worked at Chipotle too.