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🙂 While much of this site remains the same, I have added a few premium features (including access to PDF book downloads, articles, and our forum) that require a membership to view.
Some of our new features include: Garden of Joy, where visitors can share their personal ANR stories, fiction, poetry, art work, and photography with others. Interactive, where visitors can view and place personal ads, participate in polls and surveys, and share their thoughts on topics of interest.
M, who works in retail sales, have been married for almost three years and are the overjoyed parents of a precious baby boy.
I met Samantha through my blog, and after reading a beautiful message that she left for me, I knew that readers would enjoy meeting her and reading her personal ANR story, too. Samantha was wonderful enough to share her experience with me and allow me to share it with you, too! Samantha: Our nursing relationship only begin about 2 weeks ago.
While she wont be serving beers to paying customers anymore, she'll still be providing one guy with drinks because she's taken up breastfeeding her boyfriend full time instead.
Jennifer, who is from the US, and Brad Leeson (36) have entered into an Adult Breastfeeding Relationship which sees him latching on for feeds every day.
We were both curious about what it would be like, but not really focused on an ANR, per se. We were nursing every day, and for some reason, I began to worry that I was enjoying it too much, and decided to stop, which was very disappointing to my husband.
Samantha, a 29-year-old independent contractor and tattoo artist, and 30-year-old Mr.
New experiences are exciting, and it’s very natural for a nursing couple to enter into a “honeymoon phase”, especially when you first begin an ANR.
Suddenly, it seems that nursing is all you can think about, and is playing a much bigger role within your foundation relationship than you expected.
Our nursing degree prepares you for a career in a wide range of rewarding adult nursing opportunities across both general medical and surgical wards as well as specialist units such as Accident and Emergency or intensive care.
Many of our graduates take their first posts as qualified practitioners in the NHS Trusts and hospitals in which they gained experience during their training.