The amazing Amanda Murdy and her daughter, Halle Adele (10 months). Amanda had an amazing pregnancy. She didn't have any discomfort or sickness and in fact worked two jobs, calling for 15 hour days for 30+ weeks of her pregnancy. She carried post dates and had an induction scheduled as she neared 42 weeks., they estimated her baby was right around 7 lbs. Contractions began but didn't progress and though she was quickly getting exhausted the hospital told her she couldn't come in yet. She had hoped to have a medication free vaginal delivery but realized that she needed to rest. She finally went in to the hospital and they called her midwife who said she could stay because her induction was already scheduled for the following day. While Amanda expected she may get some rest and birth her baby. Halle just wasn't coming so Amanda was ultimately prepped for surgery. As they began she heard all of the nurses and doctors laughing and asked what was going on. The doctor said it was the biggest baby she had ever delivered and they brought her over to Amanda and she found her daughter was so big that she couldn't get a good hold of her. She weighed it at 10 lbs 3oz and Amanda's recover was wonderful. She healed well and was able begin nursing without complication. Halle is still nursing today and the pair have an amazing relationship. Amanda hopes that this movement will continue to change societies outlook and support moms; giving them the confidence to be proud of themselves, their bodies and their stories regardless of what they've had to overcome.