The marvelous Heather Mann with her daughters Holly (7) and Aubrey (4 months). Heather's first pregnancy was a surprise when she was just 21. Everything went well throughout her pregnancy, and she was able to have a relatively uncomplicated vaginal birth. Her epidural was inserted improperly into her spinal cord and required a blood patch. She chose not to breastfeed mostly because she wasn't educated and didn't have support. Her second pregnancy was planned, and she was able to conceive in her first month of trying. She had severe morning sickness her first trimester and tried medications to help. Nothing seemed to work but her second trimester and beyond she felt much better. She opted for an epidural again, but this time, it took on only half of her body. Heather knew she wanted to breastfeed this time around but due to latch issues, she has chosen to exclusively pump. Her goal is to pump and provide milk to her daughter until she reaches a year and then see what happens from there! So far, she has been able to provide all that her daughter needs and then some. Both of Heather's daughters were Coombs positive and had to spend a short amount of time in the NICU after birth but are both healthy today.