The amazing Amber Stahl with her 9 month old daughter, Penelope (Penny). Amber had a healthy pregnancy, she went 9 days past her estimated due date and was induced. She labored in the hospital with an epidural and was able to have a vaginal delivery. She was very happy and excited to embark on her breastfeeding journey. Penelope latched in the hospital and it was painful but Amber expected it would be. The hospital's lactation consultant checked her latch and said everything looked good. She went home and continued to hurt, she was lacerated and bleeding and reached out to help. She had a friend and La Leche Leader come by who said she thought Penelope had a tongue tie. She did and while Amber was able to have it clipped within two weeks and sought the help of 5 more lactation consultants she was never able to get Penny to re-latch. She grew to prefer the bottles she had been pumping for her and had become a lazy eater. At two months Amber decided the emotions of having her daughter scream every time she put her to breast was too much and made the decision to pump exclusively. She has been doing so, even though it's been hard to keep up with. Her goal was a year and she says there is a light at the end of the tunnel as she has 2 months worth of milk saved and only has to get through one more month of pumping until she can know she reached her goal. She chose to participate in this photo-documentary specifically to shed light and support women who are exclusively pumping for their babies.