The wonderful Lauren Neilsen and her daughter Frankie Irene (12 months). Lauren had a wonderful pregnancy and absolutely loved it. She had a bit of a rocky start with a lot of bleeding through her first and second trimesters. She had lots of ER visits and ultimately discovered she had a bicornuate uterus. They were told that Frankie would most likely be breech, could potentially arrive early and would probably need to be delivered via cesarean. Lauren was able to carry her daughter to her due date when she was born via elective cesarean. She says she didn't have a lot of information and may have attempted a vaginal breech delivery if she knew what she does now but doesn't regret her decision at the time. Her recovery was more challenging than expected, as was breastfeeding. Frankie lost a lot of weight and Lauren had a lot of stress around it. She had a lot of visits from health nurses and midwives to help her through struggles and was able to keep her daughter exclusively breastfed. Frankie decided she was done nursing the evening of her first birthday. Lauren says that she's always had a very difficult time with her own body image. She says that what we see in the media isn't reflective of reality and she doesn't want her daughter to struggle with the same issues she has. She wants her to love her self and be proud of who she is.