SB 3.31.22

kapila uvāca
evaṁ kṛta-matir garbhe
 daśa-māsyaḥ stuvann ṛṣiḥ
sadyaḥ kṣipaty avācīnaṁ
 prasūtyai sūti-mārutaḥ
Word for word: 
kapilaḥ uvāca — Lord Kapila said; evam — thus; kṛta-matiḥ — desiring; garbhe — in the womb; daśa-māsyaḥ — ten-month-old; stuvan — extolling; ṛṣiḥ — the living entity; sadyaḥ — at that very time; kṣipati — propels; avācīnam — turned downward; prasūtyai — for birth; sūti-mārutaḥ — the wind for childbirth.
Translation: 
Lord Kapila continued: The ten-month-old living entity has these desires even while in the womb. But while he thus extols the Lord, the wind that helps parturition propels him forth with his face turned downward so that he may be born.