The stunning Carolina Posso with her daughter Penelope (3) and son Diego Jose (5 months). Carolina has had beautiful pregnancies and wonderful natural births. She prepared quite a bit with classes and research during her first pregnancy. She went into labor just after a massage two weeks early with Penelope. She labored at home for as long as possible and went to her doctors office to be checked. She was worried she get to the hospital, barely be dilated and have to have a cesarean. She was 3-4 cms when checked so she went back home to labor for awhile and eventually went to the hospital when she was about 8cms. Penny was born without medication or intervention just two hours later. Everything went beautifully but Carolina was shocked by how beat up she felt afterwards. She had another wonderful pregnancy with Diego. Labor started naturally and things progressed very quickly. He was born without issue less than an hour after arriving at the hospital. Carolina felt that this recovery was much easier and attributed that to allowing herself to take it easier afterwards this time. Breastfeeding has been an awesome experience for her and her children. She was a bit tender the first two weeks and Penelope was given a bit of formula in the hospital because they said she needed it to resolve her jaundice. Her pediatrician told her that was not the case and she was able to nurse exclusively. Carolina says that her extended family was a bit weird about things and asked at 3 months, then 6 months, then a year, when she was going to stop. They've slowly adjusted to it and she's grateful that she's helped normalize breastfeeding to them. Penelope nursed through Carolina's pregnancy with Diego and still has milk from time to time. Diego has taken to nursing without issue and Carolina has found that she's become much more comfortable herself as time has gone on. She wants her daughter to appreciate her body and the awesome things it can do and she wants her son to be able to see a woman's body change and understand that it's still beautiful, sometimes even more so.