Was in a womens prison and an older lady in our cell block went into labor. Somehow she gave birth without the baby making too much noise and my friend (sister?) And I hid the baby. I guess the pregnant woman was my mother because I introduced myself to the baby as it’s sister.
The plan was to let the gaurds think she hadn’t delivered yet and take her to the hospital. At the same time we were supposed to smuggle out the newborn for a chance at a free life. We escaped by driving out a side gate in a large truck (the ambulance?). I placwd the baby on the floor between the seats momentarily so it wasn’t detected. There were checkpoints, cameras, and police everywhere outside the prison too. Driving around aimlessly, with no sense of direction and hesitation, made us very nervous. We were obvious. We parked the vehicle and went ahead on foot. No haven was found, or at least not shown. The baby wasn’t around after this point though so it must’ve been put somewhere safe.
For some reason my companion had us go back to the prison compound. We drove in, planning to ram the gates if we needed to in order to get out a second time. We disguised ourselves as janitors and slipped thru gates that were normally down nut were opened for crew. In a corner of the courtyard, near some dumpsters, we came upon several middleaged greaseball guys in blue coveralls smoking cigarettes. They immediately looked suspicious. I had a small bag of trash that I tossed underhand into the dumpster. We turned back towards the gate, making our way to the truck. One of the men asked who I was and when I answered with my name I nearly kicked myself. Whatever we had come back here for was suddenly not important.
We easily made it thru the first fence’s gate but I was nervous the whole approach that it would slam shut. It’s chain links rattling an end to my freedom. Halfway thru the parking lot my companion bolted. She ran to where the keys were hidden (by some trees to one side) and dashed for the truck. I had no choice but to run for it too or get left behind.
I am pretty sure we just made it out the double perimeter gates before anyone sounded an alarm. We escaped entrapment but I couldn’t shake the feeling I had thrown away the baby.