The gorgeous Georgiana Pierre-Louis with her son Marcus (3) and daughter Sophie (19 months). Georgiana was very excited to have Marcus and had a healthy first pregnancy. Everything went pretty well with his delivery although she experienced some second degree tearing and would later have some issues with the pain medication prescribed to her. She had asked her doctor for something to help with the pain, he prescribed tylenol with codeine, a systemic treatment rather than something to treat the local area which she later regretted. Two weeks after he was born she had a hemmorage and had to go back into the hospital. Marcus was able to stay with her but they had a rough go of breastfeeding, though they eventually got the hang of it. They were able to wean off the shield in the first few months and introduce a bottle without issue. She felt more empowered with her second pregnancy. Things went well and she labored very quickly, going into labor around 6:30 in the morning and her daughter was born at 8:40am. She got an epidural and found her recovery this time to be much easier as she knew both what to expect and to take it a bit easier on herself. Without taking medication after her birth this time she was able to not only had an easier recovery but start to breastfeeding. Sophie is still nursing today, though Georgiana has begun to think about weaning. She has struggled with her weight and body image postpartum which brought her back to an experience when she was 13 years old. She was trying on bathing suits with a friend and the person in the next stall over requested a bikini in a size 14. Georgiana asked her friend to just shoot her if she was ever a size 14 trying to wear a bikini. When she thinks about that she feels sad and doesn't know where it came from. She's been a size 14 and worn a bikini now but doesn't recollect ever seeing her mother or grandmother in any state of undress and simply didn't understand what a woman, a mother's, body looked like. Georgiana acknowledged that she will never be any younger than she is right now and neither will her children. She wants to embrace this moment of where they are and give them a positive foundation.