The amazing Kelsey Habig with daughters Elliana (3) and Finnley (8 months). Kelsey has had healthy pregnancies with each of her girls. She carried a full week post dates with Elliana and labored for about 50 hours before she was born without complication which Kelsey says is totally indicative of her personality. Breastfeeding went well and she was able to continue nursing for over a year. They decided to have another baby but were able to conceive before they'd even begun to try. This time her water broke but labor hadn't started so they gave her Pitocin and Finnley was born after only about 12 hours on her due date. Having had a successful breastfeeding relationship so recently, Kelsey thought things would go smoothly this time around as well. Unfortunately she and Finnley struggled from the start. It took months before they realized she had a lip and tongue tie that both the pediatricians and lactation consultants had missed. They decided to have both revised but breastfeeding didn't get any easier. On top of dealing with the tough feelings that breastfeeding struggles have brought, Kelsey has also been navigating postpartum depression this time around. Just a month ago, she knew it was time to let go of the physical and emotional pain that trying to continue nursing was bringing her but it has been a difficult transition. Kelsey hopes to eventually see a counselor to help address her postpartum depression. She hopes that she can someday look back on this time and know that her daughter was healthy, happy and growing regardless of how she was being fed and allow that to be enough.