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"A Baby Story" follows couples through their final weeks of pregnancy, joins them in the delivery room and through the first weeks of a new life. Couples share their experiences and all the emotions they feel when they first greet their newborn.

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Susan and David overcame infertility and a disabling auto accident to make their dreams of having a family come true.
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Having a baby is a new experience for the father, but not the mother.
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A couple hope their dream of delivering a baby naturally with no drugs comes true.
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A new journey begins for adventure seekers expecting their first baby and planning a home birth.
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A couple prepare for the birth of their second child at home.
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A couple line up a midwife they trust and plan a water birth at home, but things don't go quite as planned.
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Desperate to deliver her baby at home, a woman labors through powerful contractions.
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A woman is having an exhausting pregnancy with two young girls, a dog, gestational diabetes and her husband in his residency.
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After fertility treatments, a couple look forward to the arrival of their second child.
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The parents of two girls look forward to the arrival of a son.
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Things seem to be going smoothly for first-time parents who hope for a smooth delivery until a surprising twist changes everything.
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A baby girl arrives unexpectedly one week before her mother's scheduled Caesarean section.
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A woman who insists on experiencing labor naturally finds her confidence shaken by the pain.
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High-school sweethearts are excited about becoming first-time parents.
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A lengthy induction leaves an entire family exhausted, but some lighthearted joking might help get the expectant mother through the pain.
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Expectant parents with an eye for adventure plan a drug-free delivery, but the wife's labor pain becomes hard to bear.
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A couple with an 18-month-old son expect another son; a scheduled Caesarean section causes fears.
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Mood swings make an expectant mother snippy and her blood pressure rises when it's time to deliver her baby.
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Actors prepare for the drug-free delivery of their second son.
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A couple expecting their second daughter deal with nerves as a Caesarean section looms.
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Labor yields unexpected complications for a woman hoping for a peaceful, drug-free birth.

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