Does it matter? I've wanted to be a midwife for 9 years now. I'm entering nursing school this fall, intending to become a CNM. The problem is, I've never had a vaginal birth. Both my babies came breech. DD was a UBAC attempt, ending in a CS under general because she came footling and precipitously. It's only been 3 months and it's still difficult for me to watch movies like The Business of Being Born and natural birth videos. I still passionately support natural birth and want better for women than the current system.
Do you know any midwives who have never had any vaginal births? Did it make a difference? I know that there are great male OBs out there, so it can be overcome, but it still worries me.