The gorgeous Caroline Griffith with her daughters Kether (2) and Isadora (8 months). Caroline is also mother to a son, Orynn (7). Caroline dealt with Hyperemesis Gravidarum with each of her pregnancies. She found them increasingly debilitating, to the point she had to sleep on the bathroom floor and ultimately decided that it wasn't safe for them to have a fourth. She has been fortunate to carry her first two to 42 weeks and says Isadora came early at 41 weeks. Her first two children were born in hospital, Orynn's birth was very traumatic for her and her second paved the way for her youngest to be born at home. Caroline has been able to breastfeed all of her children and while she found it difficult to nurse Kether through her pregnancy, she says that her daughter didn't chose for her to get pregnant, she did and it wasn't fair to take her milk away. She's happy to be tandem feeding and now that she's nursing both her toddler and baby, she's found that her supply has normalized.
Caroline says that she is a woman's rights activist and says that since being a mother she's felt more joy and celebration but also judgment and oppression than ever before in her life as woman. Caroline feels that women's value, sexual appeal and worth is discarded into the "mother bin" upon the onset of parenthood and the imbalance is beyond unfair. She hopes to stand beside the women attempting to change these harmful attitudes and take back not only our bodies but further the appreciation and value of motherhood as a whole.