The bond between brothers is undeniable. Whether it's their competitive nature in sports, games or their search for adventure and exploration, having a sibling definitely changes our child's life.

This big brother will certainly have a great story for his little brother, Daxx, about the day he was born.

10-year-old Jayden Fontenot not only helped his mother Ashly Moreau, deliver his baby brother on the bathroom floor in their family's home, his quick thinking saved the newborn's life.

The 36-year-old mother from Sulphur, Louisiana, had gotten up to go to the bathroom the morning of August 11 when her water broke unexpectedly. The baby's due date wasn't until September 20, so she wasn't prepared for what happened next.

When she looked down she incredibly saw the baby's feet sticking out, which meant her baby boy was in the breech position, which increase the risks of complications during delivery.

“My water broke and I looked down and my son’s feet were hanging out,” Ashly said.

With her fiance Kelsey Richard, already gone to work, Ashly was home alone with ther 11-month-old daughter and 10-year-old son. That's when she called to her son Jayden, for help.

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