The amazing Pilar Clark. Pilar is mother to son William (8) and daughter Winter (5). William was over 10lbs when he was born via vaginal delivery and Pilar struggled greatly through it all. When he was born, it was determined that he had a small stroke which left him unable to use one side of his body, he was also diagnosed with severe torticollis and plagiocephaly. Pilar got him started with therapy as soon as possible and he has been able to make great strides in his development. While pregnant with Winter, it was determined that she was also going to be a very large baby, estimated at over 14 lbs should she make it to term. Pilar was not thrilled to consent to a cesarean but ended up agreeing to deliver Winter via cesarean at 36 weeks and just over 9 lbs. While the delivery went well, Pilar's recovery was difficult. Her cesarean incision did not heal properly requiring lots of additional intervention. While she attempted to breastfeed both of her children she was never able to produce enough milk to sustain them and ended up switching to formula. A few years after Winter was born, Pilar was experiencing a significant amount of weight gain in her front abdomen and had started to look, almost like she was pregnant again. After her mother's urging she went to get checked out and had to have an emergency hysterectomy due to 10lb cysts on her ovaries. She is just about to turn 34 and had never imagined going through menopause at this stage of life. Pilar also had to have a significant breast reduction due to pain in her back from her large bust. She's been through much including a struggle with Postpartum and Clinical Depression but her outlook on her role as a woman and mother is outstanding and overwhelmingly positive.