"I Breastfeed My Dad"

"I Breastfeed My Dad"

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Niki

Brunswick, OH

#1 Apr 30, 2010
This seems very weird that a daughter would "feed" her own father her breastmilk to try to cure his cancer! what is everyone take on this? weird,sick, okay?

As Georgia Browne breastfeeds her baby son Monty, nothing could seem more normal or natural. At eight months old, Monty thrives on his mother’s milk, but someone else is also thriving on Georgia’s milk – her father Tim!

That’s because Tim’s battling cancer. He drinks his daughter’s breastmilk every day to boost his immune system and give him the strength to fight the disease.

After researching the idea on the internet, Georgia, 27, expresses her breastmilk as often as she can for her father to drink. He has the milk
on his bowl of cornflakes every morning. It’s been his daily routine for the past six months and Tim believes the milk has given him a boost

http://www.jorymon.com/articles/i-breastfeed-...
Brokenwings

Colver, PA

#2 Apr 30, 2010
Breast Milk and Cancer

Here read up on it. If I had a loved one and could use my breast milk to help him/her, it would be a normal thing to do, since it has been proven, that it helps fight Ca cells. Actually, I think we all would go to any length to help a loved one. What do we have got to lose?? Our loved one!!!! And that would not be an option for most people.
Just mho. So my answer would be, it is OK.
niki

Erie, PA

#3 Apr 30, 2010
Brokenwings wrote:
Breast Milk and Cancer
Here read up on it. If I had a loved one and could use my breast milk to help him/her, it would be a normal thing to do, since it has been proven, that it helps fight Ca cells. Actually, I think we all would go to any length to help a loved one. What do we have got to lose?? Our loved one!!!! And that would not be an option for most people.
Just mho. So my answer would be, it is OK.
Yeah its just very strange to me! I find it hard to believe that breastmilk could cancer though.
Bob Oppenheimer

Erie, PA

#4 Apr 30, 2010
Niki wrote:
This seems very weird that a daughter would "feed" her own father her breastmilk to try to cure his cancer! what is everyone take on this? weird,sick, okay?
As Georgia Browne breastfeeds her baby son Monty, nothing could seem more normal or natural. At eight months old, Monty thrives on his mother’s milk, but someone else is also thriving on Georgia’s milk – her father Tim!
That’s because Tim’s battling cancer. He drinks his daughter’s breastmilk every day to boost his immune system and give him the strength to fight the disease.
After researching the idea on the internet, Georgia, 27, expresses her breastmilk as often as she can for her father to drink. He has the milk
on his bowl of cornflakes every morning. It’s been his daily routine for the past six months and Tim believes the milk has given him a boost
http://www.jorymon.com/articles/i-breastfeed-...
Does he drink it right out of the jug?
Wow

Canton, OH

#5 May 1, 2010
I bet you're HOT, Niki!! When you talk about breast milk you really get me going.
Don't stop, PLEASE!
dontcare

Lexington, KY

#6 May 1, 2010
Wow wrote:
I bet you're HOT, Niki!! When you talk about breast milk you really get me going.
Don't stop, PLEASE!
Holy shit, control yourself rollin.

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