The International Association of Professional Birth Photographers has announced the winners of their 2017 contest, and the photos they chose show the struggles mothers go through to bring new life into the world, and the sheer joy that follows.

We took your breath away with last year's contest, and these new photos will leave you even more amazed. Each one tells a story of pain, perseverance, and finally, relief. They document a baby's first moments of life, and a family's first moments of unity.

Many of the photos below are intense and graphic, so reader discretion is advised. They are all, however, powerful in their own unique ways.

More info: IAPBB

#1

I've Been Waiting For You

I've Been Waiting For You

Vanessa Mendez Birth Photography Report

Birchy Cat
Community Member
4 years ago

The emotion

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#2

Best In Category: Birth Details, Pieces Of Me

Best In Category: Birth Details, Pieces Of Me

Kourtnie Scholz Report

Arty
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4 years ago

Is this still the placenta? :o

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#3

Best In Category: Postpartum, Straight From Heaven

Best In Category: Postpartum, Straight From Heaven

Natasha Hance – Birth Unscripted Report

Maria Lazaridou
Community Member
4 years ago

So serene..

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#4

That First Gaze

That First Gaze

Peanuts and Parents Report

mother
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4 years ago

Newborn has an eyes of an older soul...

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#5

Skin To Skin Today. Heart To Heart Always

Skin To Skin Today. Heart To Heart Always

Catherine Brown Birth & Lifestyle Photography Report

Totally Magical Unicorn
Community Member
4 years ago

Jesus. What's our society coming to?! That kid's WAY too young to be a parent.

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#6

Falling In Love All Over Again

Falling In Love All Over Again

KEDocumentary Report

Kristen Hdz
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4 years ago

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Uh, that baby's blue

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#7

Are You My Mama?

Are You My Mama?

Jennifer Mason Photography Report

Sheriann Luckie
Community Member
4 years ago

Great neck control at just a few minutes old. The neck control comes weeks after birth. Strong baby.

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#8

Best In Category: Delivery, With A Splash

Best In Category: Delivery, With A Splash

Elizabeth Farnsworth Photography Report

Totally Magical Unicorn
Community Member
4 years ago

WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love the Slip n' Slide!

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#9

Freshly Squeezed

Freshly Squeezed

Apple Blossom Families Report

Intensive Panda
Community Member
4 years ago

I instantly regret ignoring the warning

Georgie Agass
Community Member
4 years ago

Why? This is only how you would have entered the world too (barring medical intervention).

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Amy Weiss
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4 years ago

People bitching when they see a baby being born, in a PHOTO SERIES ABOUT BABIES BEING BORN

jerry arnold (jdawgsworld)
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4 years ago

Hi5 Amy

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Tania Marcil
Community Member
4 years ago

I don't understand what is wrong with this picture that has everyone is a frenzy. How is it adult content? It's a babies head, thighs, partial buttocks and a hand... is it the idea of what is happening that is repulsive to people? If si, you all need to realize it happens every minute of everyday and is just the most natural thing there is. This is birth photography, what did you expect?

Kelly Hart
Community Member
3 years ago

This pic is amazing x

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Esther Keenan
Community Member
4 years ago

Did you think you were going to see a crane delivering a baby with a bow in a basket?!

Erla Erlendsdóttir
Community Member
4 years ago

I'm 69, but Í don't understand what is so terrible about this picture that young people shouldn't see it, this is what life is about.

Linda Bråtveit
Community Member
4 years ago

Why should one be 18 to see the beautiful life event of a baby born !This photo Could and Should be shown in primary school, or even kindergarten , it's just Fantastisk ❤️

Helen Purvis
Community Member
4 years ago

Some of these comments are pathetic. This is how babies usually come out. There was a warning, it's a NSFW series about childbirth. What did you expect? Fuckwits!

jerry arnold (jdawgsworld)
Community Member
4 years ago

Head first is normal...and so far a great group of pics

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Kristine Long
Community Member
4 years ago

Good grief people get over it

Totally Magical Unicorn
Community Member
4 years ago

AHHH!!! Oh well...I didn't feel like sleeping anyway.

Ell Mu
Community Member
3 years ago

Loool

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Rebecca Hannah
Community Member
4 years ago

Amazing capture!

Lainie Vargas
Community Member
4 years ago

This is beautiful,my midwives also helped me calm down enough to guide my hands feel my baby's head coming through and gave me the power to over come the pain and without epidural they said I did great because I was eager and determined to hold my baby right away and then I did it again with my next baby

Kirsty Potts
Community Member
4 years ago

The most beautiful and visually funny picture ever? Literally first glimpse of the world upside down 😍 How wonderfully captured

Milan Demeter
Community Member
4 years ago

I don't know why I find this photo so funny, but I laughed hard :D

bork_laser
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4 years ago

me, too!

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Paul Mckell
Community Member
4 years ago

I'm coming out! I want the world to know.......

LeAnn Montney Pickett
Community Member
4 years ago

Got to let it show... :)

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Mow
Community Member
4 years ago

Why for godsake the warning...it's biology/nature/life mesmerising and beautiful

It's Caturday
Community Member
4 years ago

Biology and life are often beautiful AND messy, simultaneously. Mesmerizing AND schocking. Life is far from black or white.

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Janet Arnason
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4 years ago

Woaw..... powefull picture 👌🏻

Dobrosłava Śmiała
Community Member
4 years ago

Many of you are disgusted or smthn. WHAT did you expect to see in this topic?! Stop doing a shitstorm..

It's Caturday
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4 years ago

Huh? Where is the shitstorm

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Sara Lowe
Community Member
4 years ago

Thats amazing !

Erla Erlendsdóttir
Community Member
4 years ago

Why shouldn't young people see this? this is what life is about.

Chrissy Jones
Community Member
4 years ago

Agreed! Birth is so incredibly powerful. It's an amazing thing to experience as a woman, and even to watch.

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Holly Lynn
Community Member
4 years ago

Did people momentarily forget that babies come out of a vagina?? Seriously, get over yourselves. You can't claim one minute that birth is beautiful and bitch about it the next.

Dana Marie
Community Member
4 years ago

Absolutely beautiful! To those who wished they had headed the warning, how on earth could you be repulsed. This is life!

Caroline Cristina
Community Member
4 years ago

This is where most of us started, unless you were ripped out via c-section as my third one was. Now there's lots of evidence to show how many greT bacteria to protect our gut and lives we get by travel through the birth canal

Marcia Rivas
Community Member
3 years ago

I had my children c section and thank God for them, and some of us ain't built for this kind of birth

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Linda Teese
Community Member
4 years ago

Love this...

Christina Kernachan
Community Member
4 years ago

The title didn't give it away? Lol

Andrea Harrell
Community Member
4 years ago

Interesting. All I can think of i how much pain the mother is in this photo, but it will be all worth it after.

Ildiko Okido
Community Member
4 years ago

This part of birth actually isn't that painful, the worst part is over (birth of the head).

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Marika Stanway
Community Member
4 years ago

Well overdue baby :) Lots of vernix.

Lucy Griffith
Community Member
4 years ago

We try to keep as much of the vernix (white ) on the baby as humanly possible. NO bath for 24 or more hours. Very antimicrobial. I have overdue babies born all the time with no vernix. We keep it on.. and baby and mom skin to skin immediately. No blanket between mom and baby ever. Skin touching skin.

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Denise Stark
Community Member
4 years ago

What the heck? I have 4 kids and 4 grandkids and I NEVER got to see THIS view!!

Tamara Simpson
Community Member
4 years ago

Standing to give birth? Ouch!

Donnell Creppel
Community Member
4 years ago

She might be on all fours? I think squating is supposed the most natural position to help push the baby out. It seems like squatting would be better than lying on your back. But then you don't have the epidural, and so that's a big negative to that birth position. haha I tried to go without the epidural, and I got really close but I couldn't do it. So I don't think I would be a squatter or stander. 😁

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Carissa Marie
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4 years ago

Obviously some arnt very mature so they never should have clicked on "mature content"

Françoise Wttewaall
Community Member
4 years ago

Amazing! Just how it normaly goes..

Susan Hayek
Community Member
4 years ago

I think this is wonderful.

Angela Peña
Community Member
4 years ago

Come on out and meet us, sweet pea! You're beautiful!

Stephanie George
Community Member
4 years ago

Beautiful site. (I'm a midwife).

Josefina Blanco-Cerda
Community Member
4 years ago

Absolutely amazing!

Tanuja Appukuttan
Community Member
4 years ago

The first look of the world the child would be living in.

Angie Cutler
Community Member
4 years ago

This is reality. Deal with it

Vanessa Bates
Community Member
4 years ago

Really? I've seen more flesh on show in a bikini on a beach!

Becky Roberts
Community Member
4 years ago

Fantastic!'

Christine Roko
Community Member
4 years ago

Brings me tears ....

Donnell Creppel
Community Member
4 years ago

I chose not to see my son come out, and now I'm glad I chose not to. All of that labor business is scary enough. I think it would have freaked me out more than I was already freaking out. haha

Samantha Nelson
Community Member
4 years ago

How lovely

Susan Paterson
Community Member
3 years ago

Lovely picture, just have to wait for the rest to come ... gotta love hands and knees!

Susan Paterson
Community Member
3 years ago

Lovely photo! Just waiting on the rest to come ... love hands and knees!

Başarılı Sadık
Community Member
3 years ago

Done almost 400 deliveries in my intern ship but still wasn't expecting it like that

Kelly Hart
Community Member
3 years ago

This pic is amazing x

Sol Moon
Community Member
3 years ago

Gross

Lieneke Keihl
Community Member
3 years ago

Amazing shot...amazing view....amazing share....amazing everything about it!

Aditi Jain
Community Member
3 years ago

What is that white /cream stuff in the baby's head?

Aditi Jain
Community Member
3 years ago

What's that white/cream stuff on the baby's head?

Kirsty-Lee Clissold-McAlister
Community Member
3 years ago

Wow wow wow. That is an amazing shot ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

John Dickerson
Community Member
3 years ago

....me too.

Paula Kopra
Community Member
3 years ago

Still on the way ❤️

Kristin Vazquez
Community Member
3 years ago

Amazing!

Erin Davis
Community Member
3 years ago

Ouch!!!

Kim Dewhurst
Community Member
3 years ago

Beautiful moment

Valerie Heffron
Community Member
3 years ago

500

Ell Mu
Community Member
3 years ago

Omg wow!

Shannon Lasovich
Community Member
3 years ago

Beautiful ♡

Caroline Gagne
Community Member
3 years ago

Wòoooooooooo

Elisa Moore
Community Member
3 years ago

Oh.my.gosh.

Emily Makepeace
Community Member
3 years ago

I am instantly awed by women and nature.

Steve Motuel
Community Member
3 years ago

Wimp! Most of us came out of a place like this

Phillip Krepps
Community Member
3 years ago

I dont remember eating that

Rola El Farran
Community Member
3 years ago

The amazing power of life

Shawna Clausen
Community Member
3 years ago

Besutiful!

Mitzi Mcadams
Community Member
3 years ago

Baby’s first snap chat.

manowce
Community Member
3 years ago

that's not "the beauty" of labour. it's the only photo in here that I really really don't like.

Patricio Romero
Community Member
3 years ago

What's that white/yellow thing like cream?

Maggie Tomei
Community Member
3 years ago

Wonderful

Adam Brammer
Community Member
3 years ago

This is where babies come from?! 😨

Sol Kim
Community Member
3 years ago

Freshly squeezed 😂😂

Carmella N Miller
Community Member
3 years ago

Freshly squeezed... Lol

Marcia Rivas
Community Member
3 years ago

Some things don't need to be public

Beth Anne
Community Member
3 years ago

I love this one. I didn't have the choice to have anything but a c-section due to two medical issues, one being placenta previa and the other being severe arthritis in my hip and back, so although I "missed out," so to speak, I think it is beautiful. It was nice to walk in on my baby's birthday pain-free and calm and say "I'm here to have a baby," but if I had had a choice, I would've had a natural birth.

Stuart M.
Community Member
3 years ago

...Begins its life exiting a vagina, then by around its mid teens will spend the rest of its life trying to get back inside one.

Alex Reynolds
Community Member
3 years ago

Why is this article Not Safe For Work. These are images of childbirth, these are not sexuality explicit images.

Pamela Bourgeois-Wood
Community Member
4 years ago

I read all the comments and I laughed so hard I cried on some of them! And just to clarify - I have had 8 children - all natural with no medication. I am that earthy mother who fell in love with all things pregnancy, childbirth, nursing and children related. Obviously. (smile) And while I find childbirth incredibly beautiful and have even filmed a number of my births, this picture is just an odd juxtaposition to me - still incredible - just not one of my favorites. And as I said, the comments had me in tears. And leading to me to want to "caption" this from the newborn's point of view. But such a beautiful baby for sure!

Cory Ash
Community Member
4 years ago

I poppa my head out **boop**

Kelli Stojic
Community Member
4 years ago

This picture is amazing.

Tierra James
Community Member
4 years ago

This one is number 2 favorite

Patricia Ugay
Community Member
4 years ago

It's not even showinf the female genital area so I don't rwly find this "mature content". More of... Watch out. It's purple baby!!! Lol :)

Ale Cid
Community Member
4 years ago

jajajaj! Why is this tagged as "adult content" So beautiful and wonderful!!!

Patience Rachel
Community Member
4 years ago

So I wasnt expecting that but I was warned

Bridget Cardinali
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow!

Bridget Cardinali
Community Member
4 years ago

wow!

Cathy McDowell
Community Member
4 years ago

beautiful

Sandy Oestreich
Community Member
4 years ago

what is so censorable about this? Wonderful. It's a recall of My Own struggled relief and joy 60 years ago.

Jennifer Happinessisfun
Community Member
4 years ago

It's sad that there needs to be a warning. If this image is disturbing to you, watch some national geographic, visit someone in the hospital, or just stop using fabric softener on yourself while showing.

Jade
Community Member
4 years ago

That was you and your birth mother once (unless you were C section of course).

Justyna
Community Member
4 years ago

looks better than menstruation... i think this is beautiful.

Martha Weaver
Community Member
4 years ago

beautiful

Adrienne Friederich
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow

Claire Martin
Community Member
4 years ago

No words except amazing! 💓

Alka Girdhar
Community Member
4 years ago

This picture reminded me of a mini-story that I wrote last year. https://alkagirdhar.com/2016/06/15/first-journey/

Susie Orr
Community Member
4 years ago

Love this! It's reality. Beautiful

Tamara Simpson
Community Member
4 years ago

Giving birth standing up? Ouch!

Yuval Yosub
Community Member
4 years ago

Tmi

Sandy Griffin
Community Member
4 years ago

As do I, Intensive Panda😕

Sandy Griffin
Community Member
4 years ago

Me too, Intensive Panda😕

Hula Roots
Community Member
4 years ago

OMG....Beauty personified!

Emma Nichols
Community Member
4 years ago

Those lips! So amazing!

Isobel Newbigging
Community Member
4 years ago

Our wonderful bodies cope with so much pain.

Julie Arpiainen
Community Member
4 years ago

Looks like she is passing a child through her rectum

Carolyn Tamm
Community Member
4 years ago

Intensive panda must be a guy... Were you expecting a giant vibrator or fist to be coming out .. seriously .. how do you think you got here

Elaine Bradley
Community Member
4 years ago

OH crap people - why would you regret seeing this? Don't be so squeamish. It is an absolute privilege to get to see the very second a child enters the world. This is what it is to be human, strong and vulnerable and the same as everybody else.

Leslie Greene
Community Member
4 years ago

WOW! What an amazing photo!!!

Molly Stillman
Community Member
4 years ago

this is amazing!

Jenny Richardson
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow, this is just so real, the vernix on the babies head, that look on its face, and mums hand, as a mum brings it all back. Wonderful. What an honour to be there, what a fabulous photo for the paernts to have after.

Chrissy Jones
Community Member
4 years ago

Awesome and beautiful photo. Little one covered in vernix as mama stands to help deliver.

Michelle Lamb Discher
Community Member
4 years ago

Magnificent. I'm not seeing well through my tears. These are such a celebration.

Jessie Bessie
Community Member
4 years ago

Haha this pic is awesome.

Goshie Kucia
Community Member
4 years ago

Amazing shot!

Agnes Elba
Community Member
4 years ago

Of course I would go ahead and click

Holly Noel
Community Member
4 years ago

Baby looks uncomfortable. This isn't beautiful...as a mother seeing the birth from tne back end, baby clearly can't breathe here, this isn't capturing a good moment. It looks like she's squeezing his head between her cheeks. I get the concept. But try again

Jen Whitaker
Community Member
4 years ago

He has no need to breathe yet, he has O2 being delivered from Mom via the umbilical cord. Not to mention he is unable to breathe as his body is still compressed in the birth canal, and his thoracic cavity cannot expand yet. This is a perfectly normal position.

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Mary-Anne Vurlow
Community Member
4 years ago

I think that is beautiful

Andrea Jenkins Bennett
Community Member
4 years ago

Beautiful!

Faye Bone
Community Member
4 years ago

Beautiful. Thank you. This absolutely amazing. You will terish forever!

Marielle Rutherford
Community Member
4 years ago

Simply beautiful and oh so real.

Tracey Russell
Community Member
4 years ago

Peek a boo

Laura Trucano-Harp
Community Member
4 years ago

Beautiful! (I don't understand what all the fuss is about. Kids see more skin than this on the beach, and the blood is easily explained.)

Beth Corbin
Community Member
4 years ago

What an amazing photo!

Sini Manner
Community Member
4 years ago

Aww, I think it's quite adorable actually 💝

Ricky Cassvan
Community Member
4 years ago

Wait...so this is where babies come from?

Ricky Cassvan
Community Member
4 years ago

Wait....so this is where babies come from?

Bernie Stevenson
Community Member
4 years ago

beautiful

Suzanne Staver
Community Member
4 years ago

WOW!

Karin Morris
Community Member
4 years ago

Why is there a warning on this? You can't see anything. People are crazy

Randy Thomas
Community Member
4 years ago

Why?

Lucy Brehaut
Community Member
4 years ago

It is what it is.. love this

Kath Whathername
Community Member
4 years ago

We all come from our mothers clown holes...

Julia Miller
Community Member
4 years ago

Lol @ clown hole

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Jennifer Estep
Community Member
4 years ago

Why you don't see shit

Carolyn Peters
Community Member
4 years ago

I am here mom soon the pain will be over and the joy will come.

Nicola Louise
Community Member
4 years ago

ouch, yes it does hurt especially with a bigger baby :) Birth is so amazing!

Катя Славова
Community Member
4 years ago

такива снимки на мен ми развалят усещането за "красотата" да донесеш живот на този свят.И тази жена докато е раждала ,когато се е показала главата на бебето какво е казала:"Задръж го малко там на задника ми и снимай?!...."За мен е малоумно!!!

Debbie McTaggart
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow

Kimmie Clinen
Community Member
4 years ago

Fabulous photo!

Susie Yoho
Community Member
4 years ago

I'm sorry but is anyone else thinking wow when the kid starts dating and mom and dad pull out the baby picture to show the date! Like someone said the babies are well worth the pain and yes it is pain but that's life

Judy Abrams
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow. I wonder if this went in the baby book. I also wonder if the baby coming unexpectedly. I've never seen a picture like this.

Sarah-Marie Zeraphic-McFarlane
Community Member
4 years ago

Me too!

Zoe Krishel
Community Member
4 years ago

Awww! Reminds me of when i was birthing my baby and the doc had me reach down and touch her head!

bork_laser
Community Member
4 years ago

peek-a-boo!

Tara Knill
Community Member
4 years ago

I have a picture like this of me delivering my son my best mate took it nd I find it amazing still

Måriøn Iđkerdø
Community Member
4 years ago

😲

Chelsea Worsfold
Community Member
4 years ago

OMG wow !!!!

Csilla Szabadi
Community Member
4 years ago

Um... for someone who's somewhat planning to have kids in near future... this is scary as hell (just imagining the pain when squeezing that baby out).

Ildiko Okido
Community Member
4 years ago

I delivered two (big) sons, but at that moment you need all the strength you've got to push the baby out. You are so concentrated on pushing, so I didn't feel much pain. Most of the pain is when you're having contractions before the actual birth.

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Master Markus
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4 years ago

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Can we not?

Lilya
Community Member
4 years ago

Ikr?

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Ashlee Todd
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4 years ago

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I actually gagged.

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#10

First Place Winner. Road To Deliverance

First Place Winner. Road To Deliverance

Jaydene Freund – Cradled Creations Report

Candace Wiggins
Community Member
4 years ago

I hope they made it to the hospital.

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#11

Honorable Mentions. Catching Her Baby, Born Via Surrogacy

Honorable Mentions. Catching Her Baby, Born Via Surrogacy

Leilani Rogers, Photographer Report

Caterina Fontana
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4 years ago

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So terribly sad

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#12

Absorb

Absorb

Bailey Nicole Photography Report

Janice Takashima
Community Member
4 years ago

I'm surprised there are no comments here. I had the strongest emotional reaction to this photo. The image of encircling and comforting arms and hands around the new life with the potential for the same encircling and comfort. This photo tells a great story.

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#13

The End: A New Beginning

The End: A New Beginning

Caryn Scanlan Photography Report

Nancy Arnold
Community Member
4 years ago

Tears of joy x

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#14

The First Look

The First Look

Amber Denae Photography Report

Totally Magical Unicorn
Community Member
4 years ago

AHHH!!! PUT ME BACK!!!

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#15

Honorable Mentions. Approaching Life

Honorable Mentions. Approaching Life

Deborah Elenter Report

Lilya
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4 years ago

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#16

Honorable Mentions. Surprise

Honorable Mentions. Surprise

KimBerly E. Photography Report

Stacey Jenks
Community Member
4 years ago

He's still in the bag. Amazing!

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#17

Honorable Mentions. Joyful Finale

Honorable Mentions. Joyful Finale

Elise Hurst Photography Report

Bunnies are better!!
Community Member
4 years ago

Her face says it all

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#18

Honorable Mentions. As She Rose From The Depths

Honorable Mentions. As She Rose From The Depths

Tree of Life Doula Photography Report

Inga Indi
Community Member
4 years ago

And already smiling😍

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#19

Honorable Mentions. Hello Before Goodbye

Honorable Mentions. Hello Before Goodbye

Sarah Boccolucci Photography Report

Vix Arnold
Community Member
4 years ago

Beautiful 💗

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#20

A Beautiful Transition

A Beautiful Transition

Birth Unscripted Report

mother
Community Member
4 years ago

I've got you...

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#21

Honorable Mentions. Gentle Caesarean Birth

Honorable Mentions. Gentle Caesarean Birth

Belle Verdiglione Photography Report

Totally Magical Unicorn
Community Member
4 years ago

Newborns generally look like I imagine Winston Churchill's testicle looked like.

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#22

The Softest Landing Pad

The Softest Landing Pad

Cradled Creations Report

Hayat Hasan
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4 years ago

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#23

Becoming Grandmothers

Becoming Grandmothers

The Art of Unscripted Report

Crochet Rox
Community Member
4 years ago

This is so awesome!

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#24

Honorable Mentions. Before The First Breath

Honorable Mentions. Before The First Breath

Birth In Focus Report

Vanessa Bates
Community Member
4 years ago

This one freaks me out...purely because it looks like just a head!

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#25

Mother's Pure Bliss

Mother's Pure Bliss

A&E Caro Photography Report

Crochet Rox
Community Member
4 years ago

I have teenagers now, and I remember that moment. <3 Pure bliss.

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#26

Euphoric First Embrace Together

Euphoric First Embrace Together

Kate Murray Photography Report

Helen Purvis
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow! So much emotion!

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#27

Honorable Mentions. Honoring The Temple

Honorable Mentions. Honoring The Temple

Elliana Gilbert Photography Report

Eby FAshn
Community Member
4 years ago

❤💟💙❤

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#28

Birth In Colour

Birth In Colour

Tree of Life Doula Photography Report

Fleur Blom
Community Member
4 years ago

That placenta looks like a beautiful colorful tree

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