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A Texas mother's baby was welcomed with open arms in her college classroom - literally.

Katy Humphrey is a full-time mother, a full-time college student and a full-time wife - not to mention a Marine veteran. When her babysitter canceled on her at the last minute, she knew her only option was to take her four-month-old daughter Millie with her to class.

Humphrey hoped that Millie wouldn’t disturb the class, but at first the infant wasn’t too happy about being there, the professor, Dr. Darren Willoughby, said.

“Within the first five minutes, Millie got fussy. So I just went over, picked her up, carried her back, and went right back to lecturing without missing a beat,” Willoughby told KWTX.

Willoughby is a bodybuilder in addition to being an associate professor of health, human performance and recreation at the Waco school.

Humphrey said he carried Millie around the rest of the hour-long class.

"He toted her around like a football, and (she) was totally content the whole time," Humphrey said.

Willoughby explained that he was just meeting the need of a full-time student and full-time mom, and he would do it again in a heartbeat.

"Taking care of others in a time of need and when it is not a time of need, just loving and caring about others - that’s God's purpose,” Willoughby said.

Watch Humphrey's and Willoughby appear on "Fox and Friends Weekend" below.


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