Women who breastfeed their older children argue they are doing nothing wrong, and that each mother should be free to do what is right for their child, whether not to breastfeed at all or continue indefinitely.But there is little evidence of any health benefits beyond the age of one.The couple need to induce lactation by dry-feeding and pumping her breasts every two hours, just as if she was feeding a baby.“I’ve taken a break from my job because I want to devote everything to making this work,” she said.I started to think I’d never get to try adult breastfeeding.” Finally she started chatting about the idea one night to Brad, an old boyfriend from school.“We were talking and Brad told me he had a thing for big-breasted women, and that size had always been a factor in his relationships. I could tell from his voice that he was curious and excited.” He started doing his own research into ABR and they soon became more than just friends.A MUM is breastfeeding her boyfriend - 20 years after having children.
“I’ll never say never but I love the time we spend nursing alone.
She is also taking a herbal pill, Lactiful, and has added oatmeal and flax seeds to her diet which is said to help milk supply. As a self-confessed gym buff, Brad is excited about the health benefits he’ll receive from Jennifer’s milk.
“Brad goes to the gym because it makes him feel good about himself knowing he is shape and living a healthy lifestyle.
I don’t think my Mother would grasp the idea – but I wish I could tell the world.” Jennifer expects it will take about two months for her milk to come in, but once it does they intend to carry on for as long as they can. We look forward to years from now still needing and wanting each other.
“I can come home from a very stressful day and seconds after Brad latching on I feel a sense of peace and calm.