Wives breast milk enjoyed by husband
The birth of a baby signalled changes in their close relationships for the men and women to whom we talked, especially if it was a first baby. Some talked about working together as a team and having another person to think about. Some said that having a child to care for had brought them even closer together as a couple while others had to work at it. Several women and the men talked about how having a baby had changed them and their lifestyle. They didn't want to 'go out in the evening' anymore but preferred to be at home with their baby.
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Congrats on the new baby! This new human, while incredible, may also make you feel completely confused on how in the hell to take care of it. New babies have a way of making shit get real super quick. Those boobs are either about to be or are the property of the new little alien looking baby. But guess what…. You are so important and you are so needed right now. Your nipples might not feed that baby I have nipples Focker, can you milk me?
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Photo by Twenty My baby was not the only human being to enjoy my breast milk. I also shared it with her father. No, I was not in an adult breastfeeding relationship also known as ABR, adult nursing relationship or ANR , a weird fetish where regular breastfeeding is a part of an adult relationship that may or may not include babies. But yes, I did beg my husband to please please drink my breast milk!
Katie Burness of Redmond, Washington thank you for sharing your sweet mama story with us! Before I had our firstborn I told my husband, "I don't want to be stressed about feeding him. I want to try to breastfeed, but if it doesn't work I want us both to be on the same page and be happy that our child is fed. It seems like a lot of moms really stress out a lot about feeding, and it just doesn't seem worth it. Fed is best, right?
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