For Him Michigan State University senior Brittany Slater holds up her son, Logan, during a game night with friends on April 15, 2018 at her home in East Lansing, Mich. Brittany and her friends have a monthly game night. "Sometimes he'll actually get on the table and sit in the middle of the game like, 'No pay attention to me!'" Brittany said. Brittany buttons up Logan's shirt as he plays with her necklace, which is etched with "#1 Mom," on April 1, 2018 at her home as they get ready to go to Easter Sunday church service. "I want him to take pride in the way that he looks when he steps out of the house," Brittany said. "Church is the one way I use that platform to dress him up." Brittany gets off the bus at a transfer point with Logan on March 12, 2018 at the CATA Bus Station on Michigan State University's campus in East Lansing. "It's a lot to load on and off the bus," Brittany said. "If I can get somebody to help me, that's great, but 9 times out of 10 that doesn't happen. So I have to be prepared to lift. I have to brace myself like, 'Alright we're about to get off the bus, don't trip.'" Brittany chases after Logan during a break in between her classes on Feb. 28, 2018 at Beaumont Tower on Michigan State University's campus in East Lansing. "I try to balance stuff when I take him to classes with me," Brittany said. "I have to balance him being able to play and be a kid with me having to be a student." Brittany thinks while taking her HDFS 449 Children with Disabilities exam as Logan plays with Brittany's professor, Dr. Sarah Douglas, center, and an office employee who did not provide her name on Feb. 28, 2018 at Dr. Sarah Douglas' office in the Human Ecology Building on Michigan State University's campus in East Lansing. Brittany had to take her exam outside of normal class hours in case Logan was a distraction to her classmates. Brittany rubs her eyes while she responds to a phone call while at work on March 30, 2018 at Brody Square on Michigan State University's campus in East Lansing. "I try not to let my frustrations show through my voice, so I have to make faces so that I don't get mad," Brittany said. "My faces tell my frustration, but I try not to let it come off in my voice." Brittany takes an online quiz for her class as Logan plays in the bathtub on April 12, 2018 at her home in East Lansing, Mich. "I feel overwhelmed a lot," Brittany said. "A lot of the times, I have to talk myself out of the feeling of being overwhelmed because it's my life. So it's like I can't change it. And honestly, it's not going to get anything but get busier and more hectic from here." Brittany plays with Logan after reading a bedtime story to him on April 12, 2018 at her home in East Lansing, Mich. Every night, Logan wears a nebulizer for a breathing treatment that alternates between using budesonide and albuterol, which helps reduce his symptoms of asthma. "It releases some of that tension around the chest area so it's not as tight and it won't cause him to wake up, because sometimes the cough can wake him up in the middle of night," Brittany said. "That's how bad it is." Brittany embraces First Lady Dorothy Duncan after she shared her story of being a single mother in front of the congregation during the Easter Sunday service on April 1, 2018 at the Lansing Church of God in Christ in Lansing. "I honestly felt a relief, like the weight was lifted," Brittany said. "I felt like that was something that I needed to get off my chest and I just felt like it was something that needed to be done." Brittany raises her fist after crossing the stage with Logan to receive her diploma during the Social Science Convocation on May 5, 2018 at Breslin Center on Michigan State University's campus in East Lansing. "I can't believe I did it," Brittany said. "I can't believe I did it with Logan. It's amazing, I don't even know how to put it in words. I don't think it's hit me yet that I'm done. It's just surreal."