Amber Renee Murphy was fighting through the pain of a "complicated labor." The soon-to-be mother of six was certainly no stranger to the delivery process, but in this instance her baby was facing the wrong way, as reported by BuzzFeed News. She walked down the halls of Waikato Hospital in Hamilton, New Zealand, to "help strengthen the contractions," but soon her water broke.

When Renee Murphy returned to her room - accompanied by her mother, two sisters, and niece - she had an idea as to how to induce labor. It was a simple enough idea: Renee Murphy would dance her way into labor, and in the process she would dance the pain away. She did say it helped with the pain, but she did not mention how quickly after the dancing she went into labor.

"It took my mind off the pain as I danced and giggled with my family,” she told Buzzfeed, “Laughing is the best for contractions, just not so much for pushing (go time)!”

Renee Murphy's sister, Andrea, videotaped the dance, in which she played "The Baby Mama Song” on her cell phone. The minute-long clip was uploaded on Dec. 26, 2015, and has since been viewed over 1 million times. Viewers couldn't get enough of the video, which has been shared over 10,000 times.

"I love that the video has made so many people happy," she told Buzzfeed.

As mom's video went viral, she gave birth to daughter Bobbie-Renee. One month after the fact, mom says Bobbie-Renee is "very chubby" and "very healthy."

Waiting for Baby to come like.....󾆴🏻󾆩🏻#babymama

Posted by Andrea Willis on Saturday, December 26, 2015