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Health & Fitness Mum who breastfeeds four-year-old son 'doesn't give a damn what anyone else thinks'

06:20  03 august  2021
06:20  03 august  2021 Source:   walesonline.co.uk

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A mum who still breastfeeds her four-year-old son says: "I don't give a damn what anyone else thinks."

Beccy Ashe has shared her experiences of breastfeeding her two children to mark the start of Breastfeeding Awareness Month. Beccy breastfed her daughter, Daisy, until she was five and in school, and is still breastfeeding her four-year-old son, Tobias.

The 35-year-old said her decision to carry on breastfeeding her children as they got older was aided by the emotional bond and closeness breastfeeding can bring, as well as the added nutritional value and health benefits.

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Didn’ t give a damn who saw me & I never covered her head because I wouldn’ t want to eat with a blanket over my head & I NEVER fed her in a bathroom. I leave my drink on the table or behind the counter if alone when I go into the bathroom at a restaurant. I breastfeed my youngest for over 3 years , and his brothers saw him nursing every day. In fact, I often remember my older sons ’ friends walking thru the living room when they came to visit, all stopping in to say hi to me, while I sat there nursing my son . Not one of them thought it was weird, seemed embarrassed or overly-curious.

For a 3 year old not that strange, I guess. Sent us to Sesame World in Philly. We get there and they had no clue he was on a Make a Wish trip, but they were great and he met Elmo. This is one of the reasons the volunteers steer the kids towards Disney. They absolutely have it down to a science. If you go to Disney World in Florida, there's a place called Give Kids The World Village where you stay in a house for the week.

Beccy told the Echo : "My son, Tobias, who's four, still breastfeeds. He's pretty much down to morning and night now since he started nursery six months ago. With nursery it's a great way to bond and reconnect at the end of the day.

"It's so much comfort, it's nutritious, it's got pain relief. It's more than just giving them a feed. The benefits to the mum are big as well."

a person wearing a blue shirt: Beccy Ashe, 35, from Mossley Hill breastfed her daughter Daisy until she was five years old. © Beccy Ashe Beccy Ashe, 35, from Mossley Hill breastfed her daughter Daisy until she was five years old.

As Beccy's two children got older, she gradually began to wean her daughter off breastfeeding through a slow process of telling her no, that she as a mother didn't want to do it, and it wasn't the right time. This slowly continued until her daughter reached a point where she didn't ask for it for "about six months."

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And no five year old should be waxing their eyebrows, and im pushing the mentality that she is only beautiful without her unibrow. And that my daughter is too young to know what she wants and she should have been able to make her decision to wax it off when she is old enough. Thinking girls shouldn’t have to shave their legs/that your kid isn’t as old as YOU want them to be when they start shaving, doesn ’ t mean you can force your kid to live up to your ideals and endure humiliation from their peers.

Beccy said she will most likely do the same thing with her son as he gets older. She said: "I don't do it as often now, it's not on demand now he's older. He has it in the morning when he wakes up and he has some before he goes to bed.

"He asks for more than that in a day but I tell him no. That's a lesson for him in teaching body autonomy in the sense that this is my body and I get to say what happens to it."

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Advice in the UK is that women can breastfeed for as long as they and their child want to, and the NHS does not specify a time when women should stop giving their child breast milk.

Despite this, Beccy believes a lot of mums stop breastfeeding sooner than they want to because of "peer pressure", and what is portrayed as the "societal norm."

She is keen to educate other mums on the benefits of breastfeeding and encourage them to do whatever feels best for them and their child.

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Beccy said: "If you want to ask questions I'm happy to answer them - it's fine to be curious and ask questions. I'm never faced any negativity really or judgement and, in all honestly, I don't give a damn what anyone else thinks about me, it's not my problem what they think. I will always advocate for women to breastfeed for as long as they want to."

a woman who is smiling and looking at the camera: Mum-of-two Beccy Ashe, 35, from Mossley Hill who is a proud advocate of breastfeeding and is a peer mentor for the support service Liverpool Bambis. © Beccy Ashe Mum-of-two Beccy Ashe, 35, from Mossley Hill who is a proud advocate of breastfeeding and is a peer mentor for the support service Liverpool Bambis.

Despite championing the benefits of breastfeeding, Beccy said she recognises some of the struggles other mums may have when beginning to breastfeed their child.

In a previous interview, she said: "You get told 'Here's your baby, you put them on the boob' but people don't realise it's a learning journey for mum and baby. You have a baby and they learn to walk, they don't just know how to walk. And it's the same with breastfeeding, they have to learn to latch properly and feed efficiently.

"I've heard from women who've said they were told by doctors and midwives they can't breastfeed, just stop and give them formula, and that's so disheartening to feel like a failure as a mother and like they're meant to provide this nutrition for their baby."

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As well as support from mother and baby groups, Beccy also became a peer mentor for Liverpool Bambis, an information and support service for breastfeeding families

She said: "Being able to help other mums was amazing and to share similar stories with other people. Everyone has up and down days, and just to know that everyone has down days the same as you, but then it gets better.

"People don't realise that even if you struggle breastfeeding, it means you don't have to stop and use formula. There's so many other options before you give up, if you like."

She added: "My advice to new mums would be reach out to every support system you can find, there's Facebook groups and plenty of websites online.

"Never be afraid to ask any question no matter how silly you think it might be. And never give up on a bad day, because the next day could be so much better."

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