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From TheJournal.ie C-section guilt and not being "there": Why do mums feel such pressure to have a natural birth? Ideal Birth

C-section guilt and not being "there": Why do mums feel such pressure to have a natural birth?

An emergency C-section kept my daughter safe, but it certainly wasn’t on my birthing plan, writes Sheena McGinley.

This Irish blogger is live-Snapchatting giving birth today

Beauty blogger Grace Mongey went into labour last night, and has been sharing updates ever since.

A new dad posed for a selfie with his wife giving birth in the background

And he lived to tell the tale.

From TheJournal.ie Construction site to delivery room: How I became one of Ireland's few male midwives Opinion

Construction site to delivery room: How I became one of Ireland's few male midwives

Dan Oakes worked as a project manager building skyscrapers. But when the bust came along, he decided to retrain as a midwife.

From TheJournal.ie Brian Blessed 'delivered a baby in a park and bit through its umbilical cord' Blessed Birth
From The42 'I was back training 3 days after giving birth' - The life of an Irish Olympic hopeful Dedication

'I was back training 3 days after giving birth' - The life of an Irish Olympic hopeful

Sinead Jennings and Claire Lambe chat to The42 about next week’s World Championships and Rio 2016.

Here's what happens when lads have to go through labour pains

So much pain, so little sympathy.

Woman gives birth outside Primark store in Birmingham

The baby girl was born to cheers from onlookers.

Woman who gave birth in the leg of her onesie claims it saved her baby's life

The onesie – everyone’s friend.

From TheJournal.ie Study: Better for women to be cared for by midwives than doctors when giving birth Giving Birth

Study: Better for women to be cared for by midwives than doctors when giving birth

Women who had midwife-led care had fewer epidurals, fewer episiotomies and were less likely to give birth early.