We all know where babies come from, right? A few too many glasses of wine at your best friend's wedding and the next thing you know, a tiny human is on the way. (Just us? Okay. ?) But how do these marvels of creation actually get here, and what happens once they're born?
"Even if you're ready, you're not really ready," shares one expectant mama in 40 Weeks, speaking pregnant lady #TRUTH. This film is follows a diverse group of American women on the powerful journey to meeting their little ones. It's a realistic look at the highs and lows of pregnancy. Oh, and it's funny, too—you just might pee yourself. Kegel me now. How to watch: $3.99-$14.99, YouTube; $3.99-$14.99, Google Play; $12.99-14.99, Amazon Video; $14.99, iTunesTake the pressure off yourself, mama. This powerful, magical documentary, told entirely from the points of view of four babies in Mongolia, Japan, San Francisco and Namibia, shows that there's no one “right way" to parent a child. It proves that love is the universal language. How to watch: $2.99-$12.99, YouTube; $14.99, iTunes; $2.99-$12.99, Amazon Video, $2.99-$13.99, Vudu; $2.99-$12.99, Google PlayReady to take on one of the most important jobs in the world? The Beginning of Life explores just how important early childhood is to a happy life, society and world. It's essential work, and you should be proud to do it. How to watch: $0.99-$2.99, iTunes; $0.99-$4.99, Amazon Video