I did an ironic things from the RV, so now I'm doing the myths.
Artemis, a virgin goddess with no children, is a goddess of childbirth and midwifery.
Hades is often syncretized with Plutus in domain, even in Greek times. But Plutus is often depicted as the son of Demeter (though sometimes the son of Hades or Tyche) and Demeter is not really a fan of Hades.
Demeter fought against Cronus in the Titanomachy. Ironically, she and her later husband shared domains with Cronus. Cronus was traditionally a Titan of harvest and in Roman myths, the inventor of agriculture. Karmanor, Demeter's husband, was a god or demigod of the harvest. Demeter also was the inventor of agriculture who taught -blank- the craft of farming.
The most powerful Olympian god (Zeus) and goddess (Hera) gave birth to the arguably weakest Olympian (Ares).
Heracles, a mortal, beat death thrice. Once by beating Death himself, another by (according to Homer) piercing Hades with an arrow, and once more by ascending to godhood.
Nerites in mythology had two main stories. Either he had a romantic relationship with Poseidon or Aphrodite. In the story of his relationship with Poseidon, they created Anteros (the god of requited love) from their love. But in the story where he was in a relationship with Aphrodite, the goddess of love, it actually ended rather terribly.
Anyway, that's it.