The magnificent Charlotte Mack with her twins Simon Patrick and Henry Joseph (4) and baby Elliot Cahill (7 months). Charlotte found out she was expecting twins when she was just 7 weeks pregnant. She went on to have a healthy pregnancy while being considered high risk due to carrying multiples. In her third trimester there began to be concern that her boys were growing at different weights so the decision was made to deliver at 36 weeks via cesarean worried they were a full pound apart. Charlotte remembers her boys being born and the doctors saying, "Where is the small one?" but there wasn't a small one, her boys very similar in size and only a few ounces different. Charlotte had been able to get steroid injections prior to delivery so her boys were born very healthy and just had to spend two weeks in NICU to grow. Charlotte had hoped to breastfeed but couldn't get either of her twins to latch so she pumped for four months before she was exhausted and chose to stop. Mothering two babies was increasingly difficult and Charlotte found herself in a dark place and was angry all of the time. She says she waited a bit too long to get help but when her boys were about a year when she sought treatment and began medication. The medication helped hugely and eventually they chose to have another. She was able to get pregnant quickly and had a really great pregnancy and wonderful vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) with Elliot. Breastfeeding is also going beautifully this time which Charlotte is enjoying. Her depression has continued in ebbs and flows so she has made the choice to stay medicated. Charlotte say that her body has changed drastically since she became a mother and there have been many times she's struggled with it. She was excited to participate in a project that shows and celebrates all depictions of motherhood and illustrates just how beautiful they all are.