One year ago, Texas police officer Deputy Constable Mark Diebold spotted a car a speeding while he was on his way to work. When he notified the driver of the car, Caleb Hall, that he was driving too fast, Hall rolled down his window and explained that his wife Destiny's water had just broken and they were rushing to get to the hospital.
The baby was coming, and fast. So they pulled into a local gas station and Diebold helped deliver a baby girl named Evelyn. He helped clear Evelyn's air passage and escorted the family to the hospital afterwards.
Since that fateful day, Diebold has become close friends with the Halls and their daughter Evelyn, who recently turned one. He attended the little girl's birthday party and their adorable tea party was captured on camera thanks to Cyndi Williams Photography.
Destiny shared the adorable photos on her Facebook page, praising Williams for the pics and Diebold's impeccable tea-drinking pose.
These precious photos are just too much! Cyndi Williams Photography is the absolute BEST at capturing the sweet moments and milestones of babies 💕Thank you Cyndi for these stunning pictures. I love Evelyn's sweet smile, she LOVED the tea set... I'm starting to know what her Christmas present will be this year...Mark Diebold... how awesome are these?? And you TOTALLY rock out the fancy drinking #pinkiesup
Williams posted some of Evelyn's original newborn portraits celebrating her police-assisted delivery.
Remember our miracle baby, Evelyn Joy??? Well little Evvie just turned ONE, and I am beyond excited to share her ongoing bond with the Tarrant County Deputy, Mark Diebold, who assisted in her roadside delivery.Officer Diebold, and the Hall family have remained in close contact. The Hall children even refer to Officer Diebold as Uncle Mark!! Could they be any cuter?
So adorable. (h/t kmbc)