The amazing Jennifer Boe with her identical twin girls Reva Ruth and Sylvia Merry (4 months). Jennifer had a miscarried her first pregnancy and required a D&C. Afterward, her physician recommended she had a follow-up surgery to remove a septum in her uterus to help prevent future miscarriages. She was able to conceive again pretty quickly afterward and learned at 6 weeks that she was expecting twins. She started having contractions around 20 weeks and required extensive monitoring 2-3 times per week. Her doctor encouraged her to take things one day at a time and just enjoy each milestone she reached, 24 weeks, then 28, then 30, then 32 and her focus became keeping the girls in. During a growth scan at 34 weeks, there was a growth discordance between the girls that was large enough so the perinatologist recommended an immediate delivery. She was induced within the next few days and able to deliver both of her daughters vaginally, without an epidural in an operating suite. Both Reva and Sylvia spent two weeks in the special care nursery but are now doing very well. Jennifer was determined to breastfeed but has had quite a difficult road with latch issues. Thanks to craniosacral therapy the girls have been able to improve their latch and nurse directly a couple of times per day and Jennifer is pumping and bottling the rest of their feeds.