Woman In England Hopes To Breastfeed Daughter Until She Is 10 Years Old

For some people, breastfeeding is a controversial topic and something that continues to make headlines across the country for various reasons. Whether it’s a woman discussing how she was made to feel ashamed for nursing in public or a mother choosing to naturally feed her child for an extended period of time, social media is constantly covering the subject of breastfeeding in a variety of ways.

One woman who has been making waves in the online world when it comes to her breastfeeding practices is a 36-year-old mother from England. Check out her story below and let us know your thoughts in the COMMENTS. Afterwards, feel free to SHARE it with others and see what they think.

Mom Breastfeeds In Order To Increase Daughter’s IQ

While most mothers stop breastfeeding before their child’s first birthday, Miira Dawson of Poole, Dorset hopes to breastfeed her daughter, Tara until she is 10 years old — if it is possible.There are a number of reasons why Miira has chosen to breastfeed her child much longer than most women, but the main one is intelligence.

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It’s Also Something Most People Aren’t Able To Remember

“I think it is a lovely thing for a baby to grow up and remember being breastfed, as not many people would be able to say this — plus, there are all the health and IQ benefits.”

Tara Isn’t The Only Child Miira Breastfeeds

Dawson also has a two-year-old son and nurses both him and Tara three times a day. “I don’t think other mums are bothered really. It’s none of their business but they may raise their eyebrows.”

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Tara Isn’t The Only Child Miira Breastfeeds

Dawson also has a two-year-old son and nurses both him and Tara three times a day. “I don’t think other mums are bothered really. It’s none of their business but they may raise their eyebrows.”

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They Also Practice Co-Sleeping

On top of breastfeeding, Miira also practices co-sleeping with her children. She sleeps in the middle of the bed with one child on each side. Her husband Jim sleeps in a separate bed for health reasons.

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