The lovely Jamie Lyn Bounader with her daughter Addison (9 months). Jamie had placenta previa throughout her pregnancy which led to significant bleeding at 8, 10 and 12 weeks. She went to the hospital and feared that she was miscarrying but thankfully Addison held on. Jamie labored for 13 hours without an epidural and then opted for one. They broke her water and there was meconium so they called in the respiratory team. She went from a 4 to 9 within an hour and was ready to push. She pushed for 3 hours and was eventually given an episiotomy after which Addison came quickly. Addison was whisked away but no one communicated with Jamie what was happening. She was scared and anxious and soon found that Addison was born with her cord wrapped around her neck twice, not breathing. She was able to be resuscitated and has no lasting effects. Jamie has struggled with anxiety and depression that is managed with medication. She saw specialists throughout her pregnancy and it was decided that even though the medications could transfer to her baby it was better that she stays on the drugs. Addison was observed after birth for symptoms of withdrawal or complication and has been okay. Jamie is breastfeeding and though a small amount of the medication is transferring through her milk it has again been determined that is most important for her to continue her treatment.