I really hated every moment of labor. Thanks to two separate inductions, each delivery was long, painful, and felt like it would either never end or kill me in the process (side note: the second almost did). I, like many, had my partner and family members present (including in-laws) and while they were all mostly supportive, I can't forget some of the other things that happened. Among some of the infuriating things your family will do when you're in labor, let's add all of the below because, no. No to all of it.
When I finally reached the meat of the delivery for my firstborn, I don't remember any specific thing that annoyed me. That's mostly because she was the first baby and everything was new and everything annoyed me. Giving birth hurts, after all. With my youngest though, things felt different. I knew more of what to expect, who'd be in the room, and how each stage of the delivery might feel. This also means when someone did something infuriating, you bet your ass I noticed. Like, can't a gal push a human out of her body in peace (the answer is always no)?
On that note, here are some of the upsetting, downright rude things your family might do when you're busy bringing life into the world. (And FYI, next time you may reserve the right to kick them out. Just sayin'.)