The lovely Rebekah Lane with her daughter Melanie (7) and son Isaiah (1); pictured in the photograph is Rebekah's son Cameron (8/3/11 - 10/30/11) and she is currently 34 weeks pregnant with another girl. Melanie has had very healthy pregnancies and uncomplicated, vaginal births. Rebekah got pregnant for the first time when she was just 19. When she was 6 months pregnant her daughter's father was deported to Mexico for being undocumented, something she hadn't been aware of beforehand. Rebekah was left alone in Texas without him so she moved cross country to nearer her mother. The rest of her pregnancy went well and she had a fairly typical hospital birth after induction at 41 weeks. On her own as a single mother, Rebekah decided to better herself and began nursing school. A few years later she met her now husband and they conceived their son, Cameron and she graduated just before he was born. He was perfect and says she had never been happier. At 2 months and 27 days she put him down for a nap and he never woke up. After her son lost his life to SIDS, Rebekah was forever changed. She and her husband were having a tough time when he was alive but his loss brought them closer together. Nearly a year later they conceived Isaiah and his existence has brought a lot of healing to Rebekah and her family. She has dealt with a lot of anxiety and had to quit her job as an RN to stay home with her children as being away from them was too much to bear. Therapy has helped but she still struggles. Rebekah's father left her family when she was 12 after which she began to very much struggle with her self and her body image. This pregnancy is the first time that Rebekah has felt proud of her body. She is still nursing Isaiah and is looking forward to tandem feeding once new baby arrives. Rebekah notes that her grief is no longer all consuming but that is still a daily process with ebbs and flows. She and her family are continually working towards being as whole and as happy as they can possibly be.