The beautiful Callie Villasenor. Callie is mom to Jacob (10), Samuel (8) and Nathan (6). Callie is a former army brat who decided to join the service as well. Her husband is still active duty. Callie had healthy pregnancies, but with her first , she had a difficult emergency cesarean. Her husband was stationed elsewhere, waiting to deploy, and she didn't really have anyone to support her. Her mother had planned on attending her birth but didn't make it in time and Callie had to deliver alone after failing to progress. Her husband was able to come home for a few days prior to his deployment but then she found herself once again alone. When Jacob was two months old, Callie had to leave him with her parents for some training and was then deployed for 6 months missing a large part of his infancy. She decided that her ability to be the mother she wanted to be was not compatible with her military career and began trying to get out when she was pregnant with her second son the following year. She said that once she got out she felt she was just then learning to parent for the first time even though she had two kids. Callie talked a lot about the difficulty parenting in the military from the judgement she faced from fellow soldiers while pregnant, to the pressure to immediately get back in top physical shape, to the worries of being deployed or something happening to her husband or herself, even the chance that her children could be orphaned if something happened to both of them. Because Callie was scared of delivery after her first emergency cesarean she decided to schedule her next two births as repeat cesareans and had wonderful experiences. She has been a stay at home mom for 8 years now and has also gone back to school to be an early childhood education teacher.