Tara, the 36-year-old daughter of England, Miira Dawson, is now five years old. But she still eats breast milk. And her mother plans to continue breastfeeding whenever possible for up to ten years.
It plunges many into shock. But Miira is not alone in her intentions.
There are mothers who continue to breastfeed the children at six and seven years.
Tara sucks the mother’s milk regularly three times a day. Miira is sure that breastfeeding at such an advanced age not only helps strengthen the girl’s immunity, but also significantly affects her mental abilities and increases her IQ level.
Her two-year-old son, Ray, Mrs. Dawson also plans to breastfeed as much as possible. And to all those who condemn her, she responds that this is a personal matter of her family.
In addition, Miira’s husband is not against, reasonably believing that while their children need breast milk, it would be better not to deprive them of this pleasure.
In 2012, the American Jamie Lynn Groom was a sensation, appearing on the cover of Time magazine with her four-year-old son, Aram: someone admired her, the image surprised her. Jamie also admitted that she was ready to breastfeed the child for at least five years, and perhaps more, if necessary.
However, his dreams did not come true: Aram refused to suckle soon after publication.
The children of the married couple of Brighton Adel and Matt Allen have never gone to the doctor, since their parents are sure that the immune system will face all the sores. Nor do they go to school, since the father and mother prefer to teach them at home, knowing, above all, with the outside world, rather than with letters and numbers.
And the oldest son, who is already more than five years old, is still happy to suck on his mother’s milk. And he will do it until he tires of himself.
Denis Samptor of London initially planned to stop breastfeeding her daughter six months after her birth. But in the end she fed Belle even after seven years.
This does not mean that he continues to breastfeed her regularly, Denis explained. You can order milk once a week, and maybe twice a day.
A resident of Sydney, Maha al Musa, fed her eight-year-old daughter Amina, causing bewildered looks to passers-by when it happened in a public place. Maha even rejected all vaccines, making sure that breast milk protects the girl from all diseases.
And although adult children, hanging from their mother’s tits, seem a bit strange, each woman decides at what age to breastfeed her baby. How are you