Everything Birth's Bloghttp://www.everythingbirthblog.com/
While this may not be written by a proper midwife, this blog's author does owns her own business "dedicated to providing products and services that support and empower women through the birthing process [and] committed to environmentally sound practices."
A well-maintained site featuring descriptive accounts written by a midwife and lactation consultant based in California who also happens to be a Muslim, this is a great resource for mothers-to-be of all ethnic and religious backgrounds.
A great, informative resource for both expectant mothers and midwives, written by a "[b]irth advocate, postpartum doula, childbirth educator and birth doula-in-training." This blog is visually exciting and incorporates multimedia.
Navelgazing Midwife Bloghttp://navelgazingmidwife.squarespace.com/
This is an interesting blog because this midwife, after helping with homebirths, recently began focusing on hospital births. Check out the archives for a wealth of information about the pros and cons of giving birth at home.
Midwifery Supplies Canadahttp://www.midwiferysupplies.ca/blogs/ancient-midwifery-blog
Run by a doula and midwifery supply salesperson, this website is ideal for mothers-to-be looking for the right products to ease herself into a comfortable home birth. You can purchase birthing pools, DVDs, books, and more all from this blog, and most of the products come with in-depth reviews.
Valerie Gommon Midwife's Bloghttp://midwifevalerie.wordpress.com/
A mass of pertinent articles makes this blog worth visiting, though we wish there were more pictures and an archive of posts to make it more accessible to surfers. The author clearly both knows what she's talking about and does her research as there are many links to outside articles on the subject.
With Child Midwiferyhttp://blog.withchildmidwifery.com/
Written by a midwive, this is more of a resource for midwives than expectant mothers. Though the blog itself is not recently updated with pertinent information, if you're expecting and living in New England, you can contact this Massachusetts-based guide for a free consultation.
Red Rock Midwiferyhttp://www.redrockmidwifery.com/category/blog/
This midwife offers some great advice, information, and even book recommendations for expecting families. The blogger even touches on the sensitive subject of when a homebirth does not go according to plan.
Passion for Birth- Childbirth Education Traininghttp://childbirtheducation.blogspot.com/
Ideal for expectant mothers, midwives, childbirth educators, and those seeking careers in the field of childbirth. This site has succinctly amassed information for over five years and is chock-full of resources.
Just because this blog hasn't been updated in a year does not mean that the information it supples is not relevant- this site is a great resource for laid back mothers-to-be who are seeking accessible, instead of overwhelming, articles on what to expect when you're expecting.
Birth Activist: Bloggin' For Better Birthshttp://www.birthactivist.com/
This page is concise, consistently-updated, and utilizes multimedia, which makes it an easy and enjoyable read. Plus, with over 6 years of archived articles, your bound to find something addressing your specific needs.