The amazing Erin Jacobsen with her daughter Mila (5) and son Eller (3). Erin had relatively healthy pregnancies with each of her children. The last few weeks with Mila, she had a tough time walking due to Mila's position and had to wheel herself around at work. Erin had planned to have a natural delivery in hospital and was disappointed to learn that Mila had turned breech in her third trimester. She did everything she could to get her to turn: acupuncture, yoga, swimming, even putting ear buds in her undies to encourage Mila to turn towards the sound. Nothing had been successful, so she scheduled an external version but arrived that day to learn her daughter was head down. At 42 weeks Erin still hadn't started to labor and had to be induced. After about 26 hours of labor, she was exhausted and still hadn't progressed past 7cm. After evaluating all of the information from her doctor, she chose to deliver via cesarean and everything went very well. For Erin's second delivery she knew she wanted a VBAC and thankfully had a very supportive OB and doula. She went into labor naturally this time, right around 41 weeks, and after about 24 hours of labor including 2+ hours of pushing she was able to deliver her boy without complication. Erin says she doesn't remember this part, but her doula told her that at some point while pushing she screamed out to the room, "I'm getting my VBAC"!