This family was planning a fairy-tale birth at their mountain home, but baby had other plans. Mom went into labor at 36 weeks, which was to early to give birth at home, so off to St. Lukes hospital they went. Their midwife, Sophie, met them at the hospital and helped them settle in. Mom was a bit apprehensive, and needed a little time to feel safe in this unexpected space. Once she had a little nap, labor came on at full force. She labored all through the night, so peacefully, hardly making a sound. Her doula stayed by her side, fiercely guarding her birth space while her husband offered her immense love and support. The grandmothers were there, so full of love and in awe of the beauty in this sacred space. As night turned into morning, mom layed over the bed, and roared her second son earthside. Her midwife caught the baby, who was still partially in his waters, while the nurses and hospitalist looked on. Dad was passed the baby immediately while mom birthed the placenta. As mom settled into her bed, Dad spoke soft words of love in his native language, Urdu. As the next few hours unfolded, big brother came in and met his new best friend. One of the sweetest parts of this film, is grandpa proudly dancing with his newly born grandson.