Make sure you choose a good midwife that doesn't have a history of bad choices behind her.
Thanks to Laura aka winky_the_houseelf for giving me a heads up about this midwife.
I just had a friend who delivered with her and she almost killed my friends baby. My friends [FONT=verdana]water[/FONT]
broke (that was the start of labor) and it contained Maconium, and then she stalled with labor, after 42 hours she finally had the baby and she pushed for several hours, Baby was nearly 9 Ibs with a huge head, and baby was born not breathing and no [FONT=verdana]heart[/FONT] beat. They had to perform CPR for a minute or so before the baby started breathing. So so scary. At the end the midwife admitted that she should have transferred 12 hours before the birth.