Say hello to Heather Crescimanno and her daughter Lily (9.5 mo). Heather is also mom to Lucas (3.5 year). Heather's first pregnancy was difficult in that her son sat very high and caused her a lot of lung and rib pain. Her birth was an unexpected and unnecessary cesarean delivery. She was told that there was no way that she was going to be able to push him out without getting stuck. Thankfully, her recovery was very easy physically, and she was up walking around within hours. Her pregnancy with Lily was only difficult in the fact that she had a toddler to chase around as well. Her daughter's birth was a triumphant VBAC. She found the physical recovery a bit more difficult due to some tearing, but the emotional healing in having the birth she desired offset that. Heather has been able to breastfeed both of her children. She had some difficulty at first due to flat nipples and lack of information but worked through it. Lucas often preferred a bottle to the breast so she continued to pump for him until he self-weaned. She struggled initially with Lily as well and couldn't get her to latch at all in the first few weeks, and had to exclusively pump and bottle feed. Heather worked with Lily to teach her to open her mouth wide enough to latch and was able to transition away from bottles entirely. She became a Certified Lactation Counselor the year before her daughter was born and felt much more equipped and educated. Heather wants women to know that bodies are awesome and that everyone should celebrate what their bodies can do.