At UW Health's West Clinic, there are a group of women who have given the phrase "good catch" new meaning.
"We catch babies, we don't deliver them. Mamas deliver them, we catch," explained Melissa Kaminsky, a certified nurse midwife.
Before her interview, Kaminsky met with mom Emily Johnson and 6-week-old Miles, part of post partum care.
"How are you doing now? Are you getting much sleep?" Kaminsky asked Johnson. She replied, "About as much as you can get."
Kaminsky is one of eight midwives with the UW Nurse Midwifery Service, a program marking its 25th year of service, the profession has been going on for ages.
"Because it is such an old profession I think some people think it's based on having been taught or learned from mothers and grandmothers. All of us are nurses who have masters degrees or doctorate degrees.