The beautiful Kelsey Brown with her son Timothy (13 months). Kelsey had a very healthy pregnancy until the very end when she began to expect she was having some signs of preeclampsia. Timothy was about a week post dates when she went into her midwifery appointment and was told that things definitely weren't looking textbook and they should probably go ahead and get the baby out. She had hoped for a natural delivery but went in for an induction the following day. They started Pitocin and soon her uterus contracted without any reprieve. She was having one continuous contraction without an epidural and was just screaming in pain. She finally got an epidural and felt enough relief to get Timothy out. He had been in distress off and on and finally came out after about 18 hours of labor in the pre dawn hours. He was put to Kelsey's chest and crawled to her breast himself to latch on. She says that she was worried they were doing something wrong with breastfeeding because it was so easy and didn't hurt. She jokes that she was so received and famished when delivery was over that she just wanted someone to bring her sandwich rather than worry about weighing the baby. Kelsey says that she saw her friends having babies before her and then going to extreme measures to "get their bodies back". She came across this movement before she had conceived Timothy and knew she wanted to participate some day. Her body has changed and things have shifted quite a bit since becoming a mother but she wants nothing more than to embrace and celebrate herself and her relationship with her son.