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LuLu C
LuLu C • 3 years ago

♥ this!!! YAY for extended BF'ing!!!

  • Lynn Broughton
    Lynn Broughton • 3 years ago

    it's disturbing and that child will forever be known as the kid who couldn't get off of the tit. I agree that breastfeeding is good for infants, but this kid is big enough to get his own glass of milk for crying out loud.

  • LuLu C
    LuLu C • 3 years ago

    Charlie..of course children should be eating solids by then and getting their nutrition from that, but I don't see how it could be wrong, disgusting, shameful or gross to give your child beneficial nutrients straight from your own body. I don't think I would choose to BF my son till he's 3 or more, but I certainly applaud any other mother that chooses to.

  • More Style Than Cash
    More Style Than Cash • 3 years ago

    This seems to be more about the mother and what she wants than what is good for the child. He is probably a sweet kid that is going to have his life overshadowed by this.

  • Rachel Johnson
    Rachel Johnson • 3 years ago

    If you're child is old enough to remember what your boob looks like you should probably stop breast feeding...

  • Dondra Stewart
    Dondra Stewart • 3 years ago

    ewww....

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