The lovely Leaha Redeker with her daughter Quinn (21 months). Leaha didn't have any trouble conceiving and had a fairly healthy pregnancy. She had to be induced a couple of weeks pre-term due to Cholestasis. She strongly felt that her daughter was not ready to come earthside and despite several attempts at induction and three full days of labor, her daughter just wasn't coming. Leaha ended up delivering Quinn via cesarean. Her recovery was long and challenging, and she ended up developing an infection about a month after her daughter was born. Leaha had tried to breastfeeding but continually faced difficulty and had a lot of stress regarding pumping and feeding. Quinn kept throwing up after she ate. After exploring excessive let down, milk allergies and other things, no one was able to figure out what was going on. At about 3 months, Leaha chose to switch to formula and finally felt able to relax and enjoy her daughter.