SARAH: (sigh) Relaxing. SARA: I can tell you were rolling around in
your stall. SARAH: I did a little. Yeah, yeah. DON’T TOUCH THE BUMP, THOUGH. SARA: Wow. SARAH: Yeah. Just think about that. You have a good day? SARA: I did, thank you. How was yours? SARAH: That is close enough. SARA: Alright! Well you look pretty relaxed. SARAH: I feel great. SARA: Awesome. You’re not going to have this baby tonight,
right? SARAH: (scoffs) No way. SARA: Do you think it has its own gravitational
pull? DANIELLE: I don’t know, she is pretty big. SARAH: I heard that, and it was hurtful. SARA: Alright, well everything looks good,
but I’m gonna come back around midnight just in case, just to check. SARAH: I’ll be here sleepin’. SARA: Alright, Sarah. SARAH: Gonna be just sleepin’. SARA: Love it. SARAH: Ok. Oh my god, I thought she’d never leave. Oh, this baby is coming! Woo! This baby is coming right now, I thought she’d
never leave! Woo! SARA: Hey.
SARAH: Oh hey. SARA: I do not know what is going on with
this. Every time I come in here it’s like, turned
the wrong way. SARAH: Yeah, it’s been doing that. It’s weird. (whispers) A girl needs some privacy. Just sayin’. Am I going to go the horse show tomorrow? SARA: Uh, I think it’s going to depend on
the weather. DANIELLE: Oh, when is she due?! SARA: What?! Oh! No, she’s just a hunter. DANIELLE: Oh. SARAH: Rude. SARA: Is this going to happen every day now? SARAH: Oh yeah. SARA: This is the new norm? SARAH: This stall is soooo luxurious! I am never going back to that dinky little
12×12. Just so you know. Cause this is my new standard. SARA: I knew you were going to be like this. SARAH: (laughing) You did this to me.