I did, on accident, but I was so glad it happened that way.
With dd, I had originally planned to do a home birth, but I went into labor too early and ended up at the hospital.
There were 14 other women besides me in labor that night, they were busy. I put my request in to do things as naturally as I could. For the most part, they left me alone.
I felt her crown. I buzzed the nurses and told them she was coming out. They told me it was my imagination, I wasn't dialated to ten centimeters. My body was telling me differently.
So, then I knew, it was supposed to happen this way. A nurse wandered in right about a minute after she came out, right into dh's waiting hands. It was hysterical. Instead of helping us, the nurse pushed the red panic button and stood there. Within a minute about 15 doctors were in the room, with all this equipment, all standing around, not sure what to do.
The nurse later told me that I was the first woman she'd even seen deliver naturally, let alone by myself. Most women in that hospital get C-sections or are so drugged up they have to wake them up to pull the baby out.
I was so afraid of all the interventions and drugs they were trying to make us accept, it was the best present ever that she came by herself, with just us to welcome her, at least for a few minutes.
It was a miracle.