One in three Australian women identify their birth as traumatic.
When it comes to birth stories, this one is unique.
"It's just such a wonderful event in life that not everyone gets to experience."
"I had put a little bit of weight on, but I just thought that's because I had started a job at McDonald's," Daisy Young said.
It's a birth story to remember.
The amazing vision captivated viewers around the world.
Jennifer Laubach was 32 weeks pregnant with twin boys when her and her husband Andre started experiencing coronavirus symptoms.
Saalia Maestrom had feared she would give birth on the side of the road, but she still can't believe it actually happened.
Her survival after being born at 23 weeks, is described as a 'miracle.'
The first six months of Jazmin Hunter's pregnancy went smoothly. Then she lost her speech and ability to move.
If there's one thing that's predictable about babies, it's how unpredictable they can be.