Mum says she’ll miss breastfeeding her NINE-YEAR-OLD daughter now she’s finally weaned…


Date: November 20, 2018

There are pictures of bare breasts and nipple sucking, in this article.

01) Mum says she’ll miss breastfeeding her NINE-YEAR-OLD daughter

“Sharon has even been called a paedophile for breastfeeding her own child…

A MUM has revealed how she will miss breastfeeding her daughter after the youngster finally weaned – aged NINE.

Mum-of-four Sharon Spink insisted feeding daughter Charlotte until earlier this year was completely normal and has cemented a lifelong bond between them.

She said despite doing it for almost a decade she is happy the schoolgirl made her own decision to stop two months ago.

Actor mum Sharon, who supports natural term weaning, claims the Charlotte is healthy and rarely gets ill thanks to the beneficial properties of ‘mummy milk’.

And despite facing a backlash from critics who have accused her of child abuse, Sharon, 50, wants to break down the stigma around breastfeeding older children – believing there are many mums out there doing it.

Sharon, from Sherburn-in-Elmet, North Yorkshire, said: “When I came to have Charlotte, I had decided on natural term weaning. It’s nice for the child to be in control of when they want to wean, rather than forcing the issue.”

She added: “She naturally self-weaned earlier this year. It was a gradual process and her choice.”

“She was feeding about once a month if she wasn’t feeling great or was feeling a bit run down and was going longer and longer without feeding.

“Now she hasn’t done it for about two months.

“She told me she would stop when she was 10 which will be in April next year but it seems to have come to a natural end earlier, although I would have allowed her to continue for as long as she wants to.”

Sharon says Charlotte’s decision to wean off breastfeeding slowly has made it easier.

She explained: “As she’s been reducing anyway I don’t feel sad about it. If she would have stopped suddenly I think I would have missed it, but it’s just nice that it’s come to a natural end.

“It’s how I envisaged it would end. It was her choice and was done in a very gradual way.”

6 thoughts on “Mum says she’ll miss breastfeeding her NINE-YEAR-OLD daughter now she’s finally weaned…

  1. VII

    Seeing on this strange subject, what really frightens me is the hypocrisy of people, I would like to make a bit off-topic comment on this post:

    What I find incredible is that in 2018 people still give cow’s milk to a child and drink it themselves.

    Cow’s milk is nutritious for cows, it has absolutely nothing to do physically with a human, not for a human, it’s completely absurd if you think about it. And besides, milk itself is only suitable during lactation, so why does drink it people who already have hair on their genitals? And this includes any dairy products, like cheese, etc.

    The same goes for eggs, which are literally the period of a hen, like eating a woman’s period or a placenta.

    This madness, because it is madness under any logic, is because of specism, which is a moral prejudice exactly like racism, the idea that animals are inferior and we can do with them as we please. Exactly the same as racism. That’s why things that seem to us to be aberrations with humans (milk from “cow women” as in the movie Mad Max: Fury Road, eating a woman’s period, killing and eating a human’s corpse) but not with animals. All that is just specism.

    That’s why you see feminists, leftists, anti-racists, child rights advocates and all those people who speak out against exploitation, discrimation (class, sex, race etc.) and slavery, even and with absolute sadness and disappointment, many pedophile rights activists, to subject animals to slavery and death.

    Killing someone to enjoy their corpse for 15 minutes? or having a cow exploited for 5 years to enjoy a glass of milk? I ask honestly: is this really acceptable? we humans are not empathic and ethical beings? why don’t we discriminate by race and yes by species?

    Now someone will say: “animals eat each other”.

    And they commit infanticide, is ok to kill children too?

    “We are omnivores, we can eat meat”

    And men have penises we can rape, is ok to rape women?

    To be able to do something is not equivalent to having the right to do something.

    Animals eat each other because they are amoral beings, just like very young children, they are not responsible for their actions, developed and mentally healthy humans we are moral agents and responsible for our actions, to act with ethics, and that ethics asks us to treat others as we want them to treat us, that simple.
    That is why we humans condemn cannibalism, homicide and rape, because we understand that they violate the rights of others. By extending our moral consideration, first to our tribe, then to our race and finally to the entire human species, it is now time to consider the rest of animals worthy of rights.

    The rest are just excuses to continue exploiting those who have not been lucky enough to be born human like us.

    We only have to replace animal products with vegetable products, with patience and planning is very easy, I left animal products in a year. By the way for Thanksgiving I recommend tofurkey, now they make it so real that it looks like real turkey.

    Reply
    1. eqfoundation Post author

      I will stop eating the meat of a living animal, once it is affordable to do so…once it is readily available…and once the substitute is reasonably believable.

      They say lifeless meat is on it’s way.

      …I quit drinking milk when I was a boy.

      The tofu turkey sounds intriguing.

      Reply
    2. Nada

      >Cow’s milk is nutritious for cows

      And for humans, since they evolved to tolerate lactose. There are also benefits from cream and butter.

      Eggs are also extremely nutricious.

      I’m sticking to the ketogenic diet for ethical, economic reasons and scientific reasons.

      Reply
      1. eqfoundation Post author

        Due to my own low income…I also focus on the best nutritional “bang for the buck”.

        I don’t have the luxury of buying the expensive “vegan” alternatives.

        Eggs are needed in so many foods, these days…I like eating eggs…I love cheese, sour cream and butter, also.

        I’ve become lactose intolerant, however…so, I don’t drink milk, or eat a lot of ice cream. On occasion, I’ll drink almond milk.

        It’s not cheap or easy, to live vegan…not really.

        When they can grow, harvest and deliver deathless meat, without pricing it out of my reach…I am open to that.

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