The stunning Vicki Salaman with her rainbow baby Judah Tyler (4 months). Vicki has also had three early losses, all daughters (Faith - 1/2001, Hope - 3/3013, and Love - 11/2013). Vicki learned that her first pregnancies were not viable at around 8 weeks. When she got pregnant with Judah, she was incredibly nervous for her first trimester. It wasn't until she got to about 20 weeks and learned she was having a boy that she started to feel like he was going to make it. Vicki had switched to a midwifery practice after her second loss because she needed more personalized, compassionate care. She had hired a doula and labored at home for a bit but felt like she needed to go to the hospital pretty quickly. She was disappointed to find that she was only 2cms and decided pretty quickly to have an epidural. She labored for 22 hours with 2 hours of pushing before Judah was born. Breastfeeding has gone very well for the two and Vicki was grateful that she had a lot of support from lactation consultants and her local community.