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
Community Member
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

Cheesybeansy
Community Member
4 years ago

He's gonna need a bigger visor...

Daria B
Community Member
4 years ago

He looks like he totally doesn't care, though. Impressive. Must have experienced these things so many times, he's completely immune to these things.

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Trish Garrison
Community Member
4 years ago

I delivered my first baby on hands and knees. Not only was it extremely fast but there was a room full of student doctors who were 5 feet away from my ass watching me do it. They'd never seen a birth in that position before.

Lucy Griffith
Community Member
4 years ago

I wish every student doctor was able to see a birth of a mother on hands and knees! You gave an amazing gift that day... now they won't find that position unthinkable.. and they may let other mothers birth that way as well. You normalized it! Thank you so much Trish!!!

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Brittany McKinney
Community Member
4 years ago

I'm confused what exactly is going on here

Tonia Marshall
Community Member
4 years ago

I feel you. Took me a minute to figure it out too. If I didn't see her foot I wouldn't have known what or how either. She has absolutely no butt cheeks...so it's hard to tell what it is. Lol

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Jo Putnam
Community Member
4 years ago

He does not look fazed at all. That is one cool Doc!

Florence Hubbard
Community Member
4 years ago

I see he closed his eyes and his mouth lol.

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Rob LeBlanc
Community Member
4 years ago

Hours later, at dinner, his wife asks, "Dear... What's that stain on your tie?"

Susie Yoho
Community Member
4 years ago

Good one

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Revital Shapira
Community Member
4 years ago

To all those who are HORRIFIED by this image - Yes, giving birth involves a lot of body fluids that we normally would not want to share with others.. Get over it. on an occasion like giving birth a woman needs to feel secured loved and accepted and not embarrassed about stuff like this even because it is impossible not to ooze all kind of things. Everyone around her needs to act exactly like this Doctor which seems to be focused on the baby and not about the big splash in his face. I was very self conscious in my deliveries but the stuff was always so nice and natural about it, that I stopped caring.

Inurri
Community Member
4 years ago

His face expression is priceless. :D

Meredith Reneè
Community Member
4 years ago

1. Yes, your amniotic sac CAN break after baby's head is out. Some babies are born inside their sacs and mom, dad, or doctor to actually breaks post part um. Google it. The pictures are really cool. 2. Yes, when women do not get epidural, they can move around to labor however is more comfortable. Some women deliver standing up, some squat, and some on their side with their legs scissored with help from their labor support team. 3 Laying on your back is a very unnatural way to give birth, it raises the risk for baby getting stuck in the birth canal (shoulders, head turned, etc) and the Mom SHOULD be the first to know but she 100% unable to feel any of that, or the cues that her body is telling her to change positions. Why? Because she opted for an epidural. Her delivery is now up to someone else, a team of doctors and nurses who don't know what she's feels or the position that her body knows it needs to be in. This raises the c-section risk which means more $$ for them.

Meredith Reneè
Community Member
4 years ago

Epidural exponentially increase risks during labor for baby and mother, and serious risk after labor for Mothers. We can do this naturally. We were built for it by nature itself. Drug companies preyed on the fear of women. They knew women liked the gas so they decided to step it up and completely prevent her pain. Thus also completely preventing her from feeling her body give birth. Cheating her of an amazing experience so they can make a buck, and help raise the need for cesarean births exponentially! Money. Money. Money. Ladies, before you call me crazy... go to YouTube and watch "The Business of Being Born". Please. I'm not saying nobody needs and epidural, because there is numerous reasons and medically necessary indications for a woman to have spinal injection pain relief. So understand, I am not trying to shame anyone. I'm just trying IMPLORE you to educate yourself if you're pregnant and undecided about your birth plan. Please. Watch "The Business of Being of Born" on YouTube"

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Dallas Dafne
Community Member
4 years ago

Brent Spiner is delivering her baby

Anique Whitehurst
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow she's giving birth on her knees amazing

Chrissy Jones
Community Member
4 years ago

Agreed. Other than the humor of the water only breaking as baby is crowning, it was GREAT to see a woman laboring in a natural position. With my first child I BEGGED to move onto my hands and knees as they were trying to force me to labor flat on my back, for the convenience of the doctor and nurses. I was bullied into laboring in an uncomfortable position and there were many complications.

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Julia Hosack
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4 years ago

Where's the love button!!!

Lisa Wilson
Community Member
4 years ago

My water broke like this when I delivered my first child. Wish I had a picture like this.

Susie Yoho
Community Member
4 years ago

Mine too except I was on my back plus I was suffering from having way to much amniotic fluid and it was a well it didn't turn out as we wanted. But on a lighter side sorry but I really think I would prefer my catcher to have his eyes one the ball so to speak!

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Richard Nimz
Community Member
4 years ago

"Oh bother..."

Carolyn Peters
Community Member
4 years ago

About to arrive and making quite a splash.

Yasmine tarek
Community Member
4 years ago

I have no i idea what am i looking at ? Help

Laura Ni Conmhidhe
Community Member
4 years ago

Being on one's knees is actually better suited for delivery than being on one's back

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Françoise Wttewaall
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4 years ago

Amazing shot at the right moment! :-X

Marika Stanway
Community Member
4 years ago

This is so beautiful.

Chrissy Jones
Community Member
4 years ago

Humorous photo...AND great to see mama on her hands and knees, a superior birthing position than flat on the back. This is a good doctor.

Glori Resto
Community Member
4 years ago

I love how completely calm he looks. That is a man confident in his abilities.

Beth Corbin
Community Member
4 years ago

He looks so calm...everything's under control!

Tonya Shaffer
Community Member
4 years ago

I didn't know women gave birth on their knees.

Abbey Swymer
Community Member
4 years ago

You can give birth however you like. There is no right way. In my opinion, gravity helps. I had a homebirth and gave birth on my knees...

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Totally Magical Unicorn
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4 years ago

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

Angie Dorrington
Community Member
4 years ago

What an amazing shot! Very cool doctor

Susan Maruschak Oliver
Community Member
4 years ago

She delivered on her knees.

Atashi ClarkLuix
Community Member
4 years ago

So spectacular..

Candy Leu
Community Member
4 years ago

This happened when I gave birth, my baby came quickly and the waters burst

Cyndee Stark
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow! Captured that perfect moment.

Tricia Harbour
Community Member
4 years ago

That is a unreal shot!

Sarah-Marie Zeraphic-McFarlane
Community Member
4 years ago

This one made me chuckle, just the complete humility of such a bueatiful moment!

Rosa Greyhound
Community Member
4 years ago

Oh dayum

Shelley Porter
Community Member
3 years ago

Wow he's calm under pressure...js!!

Gordon Hensley
Community Member
3 years ago

I never seen a doggy style birthday is that common

Brenda Chapman
Community Member
3 years ago

Gross!

Diana Sweeney
Community Member
3 years ago

My water broke as the baby was entering the world as well, but I was on my back instead.

Veronica Tuason
Community Member
3 years ago

I love how he doesn't even look phased

Libby Wilson
Community Member
3 years ago

eww. This is why I would never what to be a doctor.

Ell Mu
Community Member
3 years ago

Knocked his glasses off 😂😂💪

Elisa Moore
Community Member
3 years ago

Whoa!

Linda Richards
Community Member
3 years ago

Amazing photograph what timing!

Tina Russell
Community Member
3 years ago

What the hell is wrong with you people saying the woman in this picture has no ass? Really? Get some consideration for the feelings of others. Women come in all shapes and sizes people! Just because you have a meaty ass or perhaps a fat ass or you like a meaty ass or fat ass on a woman doesn't give you the right to criticize.

Sim Marti
Community Member
3 years ago

Steve Martin?

Vero Garcia
Community Member
3 years ago

pobre medico...que asco

Andrew Wagle
Community Member
3 years ago

The goggles, they do nothing!

Tara Kinney-Holcomb
Community Member
3 years ago

Oh faceshield please!!!

Carmella N Miller
Community Member
3 years ago

Be glad it's not something else.. Lol

Mark Kennedy
Community Member
3 years ago

At this point, don't get in the way!

Stuart M.
Community Member
3 years ago

This is an entirely natural birthing position. I myself was born by Caesarian section, and although it never did me any physical harm, each time I leave the house I'm compelled to exit via the window.

Jazmyn B (Jaz)
Community Member
4 years ago

How does he not even flinch when such a big spray of water (?) comes towards him?

Kira Thesloth
Community Member
4 years ago

Haha this just happened to a nurse where my sister works. Only it was a bag of fat that exploded. To me that's much grosser!

Kira Thesloth
Community Member
4 years ago

Though the tush in the air here makes me think of poop, lol.

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Linda McFarland
Community Member
4 years ago

New to me.

Tierra James
Community Member
4 years ago

I have had this happen in my delivery room its awesome and messy

Cathy McDowell
Community Member
4 years ago

sunny side up!

Cathy McDowell
Community Member
4 years ago

and sunny side up!

M.Q. Bowie
Community Member
4 years ago

This was me

Sandy Griffin
Community Member
4 years ago

This one grosses me out a little, I have to be honest. I admire the doctor's soicism, though. Lol.

Charles Laster
Community Member
4 years ago

Quick, the Purrel!

daniellabob
Community Member
4 years ago

This woman is giving birth on her knees, that's a first for me I had never heard of that, squatting yes in water yes but on the knees never. No wonder!!!!!

Sandi Brill
Community Member
4 years ago

OH WOW! I'm happy I couldn't see what happened to MY Dr. He cut my daughter's cords bc it was wrapped around her neck & I remember blood splattering....do NOT need a pic of it like this! lol

Elizabeth Grygelko
Community Member
4 years ago

this is the position for turning a breech baby...rare, but not unusual

Julie Arpiainen
Community Member
4 years ago

What a catch!

Tanya Allen
Community Member
4 years ago

This happened when my daughter was delivered too 😳

Christine Robbins
Community Member
4 years ago

That's a wonderful photo! If I were the mom, I'd gift him with a large framed print.

Holly Noel
Community Member
4 years ago

No kidding! Great shot!

Andrea Jenkins Bennett
Community Member
4 years ago

That reminds of the time I soaked both the doc and nurse after they broke my water. 😂😂😂😂😂😂

Lydia Garner
Community Member
4 years ago

Well worth the win! Haha! SO many thoughts fly through my mind seeing this!

Angel Savitsky
Community Member
4 years ago

Shower time. Great pic love it

sofia suarez
Community Member
4 years ago

his face is like whatever i dont have a life anymore

Melanie VonFange
Community Member
4 years ago

This happened with me and my oldest daughter. Somehow someone got a shot of amniotic fluid gushing at the doctor as I pushed her out. That poor doctor.

Chrissy Jones
Community Member
4 years ago

It's no big deal. Doctors work on cadavers and learn about very disgusting parasites and other illnesses. Birth is beautiful and powerful.

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Nancy Resma
Community Member
4 years ago

How bad assume is that Dr. Delivering that baby with his eyes closed. Lmbo

Chrissy Jones
Community Member
4 years ago

He obvious saw the big splash headed toward his face as baby came out and the waters broke, so he closed his eyes quickly, it's called blinking.

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Amanda Cariker
Community Member
4 years ago

My god!

Courtney Lewis
Community Member
4 years ago

The look on his face: pure, reigning acceptance.

Suzi Ra
Community Member
4 years ago

Kneeling like that is the hardest position to give birth, too.

Tania Marcil
Community Member
4 years ago

Actually it is not. Gravity helps a lot. This position is more natural than on your back.

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Sue Perkins
Community Member
4 years ago

I thought water broke way before delivery?

Rachael Konway
Community Member
4 years ago

Not like the movies at all. Mine broke right before I was about to start pushing. Some doctors have to break it for them. Some babies are born still inside the intact sac, which is called "en caul".

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Darla Boles
Community Member
4 years ago

Why is she in the excuse my language but "DoggyStyle" position?

Zoe Krishel
Community Member
4 years ago

Some women feel more comfortable on their hands and knees, or squatting. You are not working against gravity. Very normal in some countries and throughout history- people used to use birthing chairs where the women would sit upright and there was a hole in seat!

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Lilith Faso
Community Member
4 years ago

Nope.

Angela Gilinger
Community Member
4 years ago

Nothing like the taste of amniotic fluid to get you going in the morning....poor guy

Iudith Coman
Community Member
4 years ago

Poor mister doctor, did not see it coming ...

Zoe Krishel
Community Member
4 years ago

Oh he saw it coming!! Thats why his eyes are closed. This doc has been around for a while

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Måriøn Iđkerdø
Community Member
4 years ago

😲

Mike Sorenson
Community Member
3 years ago

Im sure the little dude was scared to death when the Dr came in the back door. The Dr is lucky that is all he got all over him

Mike Sorenson
Community Member
3 years ago

No wonder the poor little dude was scared to death when the Dr. surprised him when he came in from the back door.

Bunny Carson
Community Member
4 years ago

Well my first thought was this is a picture of an old black and white horrormovie. this is a mistake! I didn't know there could be water at this time of the birth. It also took me a while to figure out the mothers postion , because I haven't seen a picture of a mom giving birth while on her kees. After reading the comments I regret I didn't try this position. So thinking about this mother and her doc. It is still brave of her to do it like this, because it is like farting in his face. And the doc agreed on it too. He knew there was not only hot air coming. But still, after knowing this is all normal... Someone picked this picture because it looks disgusting how the doc is beeing splashed.

Chrissy Jones
Community Member
4 years ago

Wow. Are you 12? Giving birth is a PRIMAL experience. There is NO SHAME in birthing. Sometimes people even push out a poop, because when you bear down to push out the baby, it's the same muscles you use in your stomach for pushing out a poo. Birth is a messy and exhausting and beautiful experience. When you get to the final point of labor, you don't give a damn about ANYTHING but getting baby out, safe and healthy.

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Suzi Ra
Community Member
4 years ago

Giving birth while kneeling is the hardest position, too.

Lilith Faso
Community Member
4 years ago

At least it wasn't fecal...i guess. I really don't know which is worse.

Helen Purvis
Community Member
4 years ago

This is the amniotic sac breaking. If you don't know that then maybe you need to go back to school?

Md Nashruddin Ibrahim
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4 years ago

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Ewwq

Too Lazy To Care 🐼
Community Member
4 years ago

This isn't gross, it is natural.

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Randy Thomas
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4 years ago

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This is why they get the big bucks. This is a vulgar picture, that needed not to be shared.

Jewel Landers
Community Member
4 years ago

There is nothing vulgar about giving birth. You shouldn't have looked if you are that easily offended.

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Ashlee Todd
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4 years ago

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Oh good god. I'm never having kids. That's disgusting!

💖 Stacy Rae 💖
Community Member
4 years ago

If you think that's disgusting then I'm glad that you're never having kids. There are many things worse (or more disgusting) than a spray of amniotic fluid to the face when you're raising a child. I'm sure all the parents here on Bored Panda could attest to this.

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#9

Freshly Squeezed

Freshly Squeezed

Apple Blossom Families Report

Totally Magical Unicorn
Community Member
4 years ago

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

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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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🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢

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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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#29

Ascension

Ascension

Angelfire Photography Report

Golden Rayquaza
Community Member
4 years ago

... well... if i saw this i wouldnt take a photo.. but.. whatever

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#30

Breathe

Breathe

Brezi Photography Report

Leslie Cully
Community Member
4 years ago

Beautiful!

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#31

Bathed In The Morning Light She Welcomes New Life

Bathed In The Morning Light She Welcomes New Life

Samantha Noel Photography Report

Megan Siefken
Community Member
4 years ago

I like this one of all of them. I don't know why.

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#32

Honorable Mentions. Birth Of A Mother

Honorable Mentions. Birth Of A Mother

Cat Fancote – Capturing Birth Report

Chrissy Jones
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4 years ago

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Ugh. I hate women with long, sharp nails handling a baby. You can tell she is a first time mother. Because REAL mothers keep their nails VERY short. Changing diapers, feces gets under the fingernails and you can make baby sick. Also easy to scratch baby's delicate skin with those claws.

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#33

Honorable Mentions. 17 Years Of Waiting: A Non-fertility Miracle

Honorable Mentions. 17 Years Of Waiting: A Non-fertility Miracle

Ker-Fox Photography Report

Katie Allen
Community Member
4 years ago

Those are really muscular legs! I don't understand why they are holding the baby's neck that way.

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#34

Honorable Mentions. She Holds Her Daughter’s Fingers In Awe And Wonde

Honorable Mentions. She Holds Her Daughter’s Fingers In Awe And Wonde

The He{ART} of Motherhood Report

Mia Melberg
Community Member
4 years ago

That's some astounding nails om that baby. Those are going to be beautifull

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#35

Superman Style Arrival

Superman Style Arrival

Birth is beautiful-Captured by Ina Report

Kim Mick
Community Member
4 years ago

The only person seemingly aware of the camera is the baby!

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#36

Raw Power

Raw Power

Vanessa Mendez Birth Photography Report

Lee Hardy
Community Member
4 years ago

Someone took the time to get ice tea 😉

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#37

Looking Inside

Looking Inside

Andrea Oleson Report

Denise Stark
Community Member
4 years ago

This really reminded me of just how intense the pain was. Childbirth was much harder that I expected!

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#38

The Go-to Position For Slow Labor

The Go-to Position For Slow Labor

Leilani Rogers, Photographer Report

Eby FAshn
Community Member
4 years ago

❤😔😢

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#39

Honorable Mentions. Rapture

Honorable Mentions. Rapture

Katie Mathis Photography Report

Margaret Buckley
Community Member
4 years ago

Not sure if that is rapture or relief, but the photo is beautiful.

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#40

Honorable Mentions. Future Big Sister

Honorable Mentions. Future Big Sister

Public Kiss Photography Report

Totally Magical Unicorn
Community Member
4 years ago

Yep...that's the appropriate reaction.

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#41

First Wrinkles

First Wrinkles