In some glorious day in the future, babies will be born via artificial uterus. The technology exists in science fiction so it's bound to become science fact. But until then, we're stuck with the miracle of life au naturel.
Our troglodyte ancestors had zero training for this messy rite of passage, but somehow managed it. Today there are countless books, courses, and professionals to help prepare, yet few aids are as realistic as a childbirth simulator from Laerdal Global Health that consists of a fake uterus, baby, umbilical cord, placenta, and blood.