The phenomenal Dorren Odunsi with her daughter Anisa (11 mo). Dorren had planned to have a very fit pregnancy where she worked out everyday but was unable to her first 4 months due to morning sickness. When the morning sickness subsided she saw a trainer who told her that she shouldn't introduce any exercise she hadn't already been doing throughout her pregnancy. Even though she wasn't able to be as active as she hoped she had a healthy pregnancy. Dorren had desired a homebirth or a natural waterbirth and her husband was on board, but her OB questioned her decisions. She ended up delivering in a hospital and while she had hoped to avoid an epidural she was struggling through contractions. Her nurse told her that she wouldn't get a prize at the end of her labor for delivering natural, the prize would be her baby, either way and she agreed to have the anesthesiologist come back in. She was able to take a short nap, woke up ready push and in three pushes delivered her baby girl without complications. Dorren initiated breastfeeding and had a goal of 1 year but started having supply issues with pumping and decided to stop at 6 months knowing she did the best she could for her daughter.