The amazing Kelly O'Hara with her daughter Luna (6 months). Kelly expected that pregnancy would be easy for her but struggled with sickness the first few months. Around 5.5 months, she stared feeling much better and felt like she could take on the world. She was told that she had a small pelvis and would be unable to deliver a baby larger than 6 pounds so Kelly opted for an elective cesarean. The surgery went well and at first, her recovery did as well but she soon started to have some urinary complications as well as pain in her legs that made her unable to walk up stairs. She has been trying to find answers and doctors think it may be something to do with the femoral arteries in her legs and has finally found a medication which helps with the pain. After her complications, Kelly has wondered if she should have tried for a vaginal birth and with future children says she will have to really consider which choice is best for her. She had also assumed that breastfeeding would be easy for her and she prepared as much as possible but she struggled with supply. After making it to 3 months of nursing exclusively she started to introduce formula and by 4.5 months Luna had weaned. Luna is thriving and Kelly knows she did the best for her baby girl.