The tremendous Neely Tang with her son Oliver (10 months). Neely has a history of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and wasn't sure if conception would be challenging or not. She and her husband were able to get pregnant fairly quickly and until her third trimester things went really well. In her third trimester she was diagnosed with gestational diabetes and had to go on insulin injections to manage her health. In child birth class they were told to wait to go to the hospital until she had reached 4-1-1 (meaning contractions four minutes apart, lasting one minute each for one hour) but she never quite got there. They ended up rushing to the hospital after just a couple hours of irregular contractions and she felt ready to push. She says they were on her like a pit crew and she kept asking to push but they weren't yet in the proper room. They checked her to find she was complete and she was able to push Oliver out quickly and without complication. Nursing was a challenge for about the first 8 weeks, but after a corrected lip and tongue tie that caused a lot of bleeding and left Oliver unable to nurse for about 24 hours, they worked with lactation consultants to finally get the hang of things. Oliver was exclusively breast fed for 6 months and is still nursing today. When Neely was 16, she was babysitting for three boys and joined them and their mother for swimming one day. Their mother looked at her body and with great sadness in her voice asked what she did to be so skinny and told her that no matter what she tried, her body wasn't the same after having her children. Neely vowed then to never fell sad about her body after having babies and been able to appreciate the changes that have physically come her way as she's matured, grown, birthed and fed her beautiful boy.