Christy Rojas, a woman from California, was living in Australia with her husband and older son when she became pregnant with her second child. In the 28th week of pregnancy, she discovered the baby was positioned in the belly with his legs down. This made her plan of giving birth naturally at home impossible to fulfill. She was determined not to have a caesarean section and sought a solution to change the baby’s position. She tried several techniques, including acupuncture until she finally reached a Sydney obstetrician. Andrew Bisits, also known as the baby whisper, was able to turn he fetus around using his bare hands.