The courageous Conor Humphries with her son Jarvis (8.5 months). Conor and her husband had struggled with years of infertility before they were able to enjoy Jarvis' pregnancy. They ultimately turned to IVF, conceived twice, and miscarried each time. On their third and final attempt they conceived both through IVF and naturally and for the first 10 weeks, Conor carried twins. She miscarried one of the babies and found it tough to enjoy her pregnancy for fear that Jarvis wouldn't make it as well. She ended up going overseas for about a month and during that time really started to show. Everything checked out well when she returned, and she felt she was finally able to enjoy her pregnancy. She loved it actually and felt really great. At 38 weeks, her water broke and by the time she got to the hospital she was at 5cms. She was confident in her ability to labor and birth naturally but ended up getting an epidural due to threats for a cesarean. It was a welcomed relief actually as she'd had pretty severe back labor. They kept on saying she'd need an episiotomy, or forceps or vacuum to get the baby but out but Conor said no and after 2 hours of pushing, her son was born. When Jarvis was 9 days old, he was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect. He had his first surgery the day before his due date. It didn't work as well as they'd hoped, so he had another surgery 5 days later. They booked him in for another big open heart surgery, but he got sick just before so they pushed it back, and in the meantime, he got better and better, and they decided he didn't need it. Jarvis had his last surgery about a month ago and is very healthy and happy. He'll need monitoring and more surgeries down the road, but Conor is thrilled that they can live normally right now.