The stunning Sheena Geer with her sons Hendrix (3.5) and Kingston (13 months). Sheena had a very easy time conceiving both of her boys. With her first pregnancy she went for an ultrasound at 8 weeks along and learned that she was carrying twins but that one baby didn't have a heartbeat which was ultimately diagnosed with vanishing twin syndrome. The remainder of Hendrix pregnancy was healthy and at 20 weeks she decided to plan a homebirth after researching and watching 'The Business of Being Born'. She went into labor with him 9 days early and things progressed very quickly. Her water hadn't broke so she had thought that maybe they were Braxton Hicks contractions. She called her midwife to say she thought maybe she was in labor so they sent her doula to check and Hendrix was born in the bathroom with just Sheena, her husband and doula present. The birth was a wonderful experience and she hoped breastfeeding would be as well. Her son wasn't ever able to latch so she ended up pumping and trying to syringe and cup feed as well as use a shield. They ultimately determined that he had an upper lip tie but their ENT said he couldn't clip it due to the thickness. She was devastated and said she had postpartum depression for the 8 months she spent exclusively pumping for him due to the unexpected struggle. After that time she was able to feel proud of herself. Sheena was worried about having another fast and furious delivery with Kingston so she planned to deliver with a midwife in hospital this time and the same doula. Her pregnancy was uncomplicated she carried Kingston to 40 weeks + 1 day after 4 days of off and on labor. Kingston was born just an hour after arriving at the hospital. He latched right away and is still going strong. Sheena wants to capture and freeze this moment in time and has realized that she is not alone in her experiences. She wants women to know that the postpartum period is not forgotten and it is so important that we talk about it and share in our experiences so that we can both have and share those experiences with other women.