The incredible Katie Inman with her twins Luke and Charlotte (8 months). Katie and her husband tried for two years to get pregnant before exploring infertility. She discovered that she wasn't ovulating, and her husband was having difficulty as well, so they decided to start Clomid. A year later, after she started ovulating, they began IUI. Katie found out she was pregnant and just knew she was having twins, but her husband didn't believe it until he saw the babies on the ultrasound and was very surprised. From there, her pregnancy progressed without complication other than morning sickness during her first trimester. Her water broke at 36 weeks, and she went straight to the hospital. While they had her delivery in the operating room just in case, it was important for her to have as natural birth as possible. Luke was baby A. He came out after about 15 minutes of pushing and was brought right up to her chest. Charlotte was born without complication about 7 minutes later. Katie had hoped to breastfeed but faced a lot of complications which was surprising after such an uncomplicated pregnancy and birth. Her milk didn't come in for about a month, so she started Domperidone and continued pumping. Thankfully she had a lot of lactation support but struggled greatly with having to supplement with formula. She was eventually able to get the babies to latch and nurse directly. She's nursing when she can, pumping while she's at work and supplementing when she needs to. Her lactation consultant encouraged her to embrace that she's doing all she can and allow herself to enjoy this experience even though it's not what she had hoped it would be.