The marvelous Samantha Love and her son Huck (14 months). Samantha has been living with multiple sclerosis for many years and had some struggles conceiving. She had to go off of her MS medications to try getting pregnant, take Clomid, constant ovulation tests and when things weren't happening quickly they suggested she consider adoption or move forward with IVF so she minimized her time off of medication. The day before they were scheduled for their IVF she found out she was pregnant. Samantha was able to have a generally healthy pregnancy and says that her only goal was to push a baby out of her vagina and she was able to do that! Due to her MS she had only thought she'd be able to breastfeed until Huck was 3 months old when she'd need to resume her medications. She pumped as much as possible to build a freezer stash to get him through as much as first year as possible. As fate would have it, Samantha had applied for a clinical trial which if accepted, requires her to remain medication free in preparation for a stem cell transplant. They accepted her and she has been amazingly able to continue nursing because of it. Samantha says they have no idea what 2015 will hold for them. The chances of this treatment proving effective are very likely and she will find out in just four days if it's a go! It wasn't until Samantha was pregnant with Huck that she saw someone openly breastfeeding uncovered for the first time and realized that she needed to do her part in normalizing breastfeeding by feeding her son where ever and whenever he needed without feeling like she needed to cover up.