The amazing Kimberley Habermann with her daughter Nelly Isabella (11 months). Kimberley is also mom to Molly Alice. She had a difficult time getting pregnant and had an early miscarriage after trying for about two years. They ended up seeking fertility treatments and conceived her daughter Molly through Intrauterine Insemination (IUI). She had a healthy pregnancy and carried Molly to term. At 39 weeks she went in for a regular check up and was leaking fluids. They tested the fluid in the doctor's office for amniotic fluid and it came back negative but the doctor still wanted her to go to the hospital for an Amnisure test. The test still came back negative but things weren't quite right, so they chose to monitor her overnight. Things didn't improve while Kimberley was monitored but doctors and nurses reassured her that everything was fine. The following day she was induced and labored for a few hours. She wasn't progressing so they delivered via cesarean. Molly was born not breathing. She was resuscitated but on support for about a month before passing away. It was, and still is, very difficult for Kimberely. About 9 months after loosing Molly, she went back to the fertility specialist and tried a couple attempts at IUI. Her cycle was a bit out of whack, likely due to her grief and emotions, and they couldn't quite get it right. She was getting a little impatient so they went right to IVF. She was monitored very closely through her pregnancy which was very difficult and worrisome due to her loss. Things progressed well, they both stayed healthy and Nelly was delivered via scheduled cesarean at 37 weeks. Kimberley says that she's been through a lot of processing and therapy and knows that it wasn't her fault but still struggles with feeling that her body failed her and Molly. She chose to participate because there are not many things she can do for Molly but this was one way she could share her story, say her name and let other people know that she was here.