The gorgeous Christina Miller with her 8 month old daughter Willow May. When Christina started puberty and her breasts came in, they were a bit malformed, and she was always very self-conscious. While in college, she chose to have a reconstructive surgery and had asked if she'd still be able to breastfeed. The doctor told her she should be able to but they wouldn't be able to know for sure. When she got pregnant, she thought she'd certainly be able to breastfeed, but she was only able to produce about 1/3 to 1/2 of what her daughter needed. She tried to keep up with pumping and supplementation for some time but ultimately decided that switching to formula was the best decision. Her pregnancy itself was very healthy except for some spotting early on. She went into labor and delivery with preferences but a lot of flexibility. Several nurses tried to check her progress but were not able to feel her cervix. She was in a lot of pain as they tried and tried, at one point screaming for them to stop before a nurse was able to determine she was 7 cm and actually believe she was in active labor. After 24 hours of labor and almost 48 hours of no sleep, she decided to get an epidural. Christina was able to sleep for a bit before they broke her water. While she was pushing the baby's heart rate dropped, so they inserted an internal fetal monitor. After two hours of pushing Willow was born in perfect health. Christina was overweight growing up, but lost it due to becoming active in sports in high school. She gained 50 lbs in her pregnancy and having not lost it all is giving her a difficult time coming to terms with her body.