Step 4: Throughout your pregnancy, read about unassisted births, and read/watch a lot of birth stories/videos.
Educating yourself will help you prepare for all scenarios and build confidence in yourself. It is also a good plan to educate those who will be supporting you in your pregnancy and birth such as your partner, it will instill confidence in them as well.
It might also be a good idea to join a UC forum to get support, advice, and information. It is important that you are comfortable with your decision and are surrounded by people that support you, or UC may not be for you.
Here is my own birthing story of my twin girls, Sunny and Jova.
Here are a few videos and stories:
My Unassisted Home Birth After 5 Hospital Births
The Unassisted Birth of My Daughter - A Daddy's Perspective
My two favorite unassisted birthing sites:
Go back to Step #3: Get The Proper Tests Done
Go to the next step Step #5: Decide Who You Want to Attend Your Birth
Go to Birthing Methods Menu