I’m a believer in Jesus Christ who’s becoming more Cross-centered and loving Him more dearly for paying off my eternal debt at the Cross.
I grew up in a culture where public breastfeeding is relatively frequent, and as a kid, I thought all women and girls lactated immediately they developed breasts, therefore deduced that couples couldn’t avoid practicing this intimate act behind closed doors. For this reason, I’ve always desired an Adult Nursing Relationship in marriage. I have spent many hours reading up on what people have to say about this very deeply bonding act and although I remain convinced that when it comes to strengthening marriages, nothing comes close to Jesus Christ and His gospel, I know in a physical sense, an ANR has no competitors. I’m convinced that besides Christ and Christianity in general, no gift God has given both the saved and unsaved can strengthen a marriage like an ANR can.
My vision is to see married Christian couples fall more deeply in love with Jesus for the gift He gave us on the Cross that’s simply too profound for words, and fully realize their marriage’s potential to very closely mirror the marriage of Christ and His bride. Importantly, this includes deep, abiding emotional and sexual intimacy.
I’m in my mid 30’s, mostly laid-back, very adventurous, passionate, romantic, complex, interesting and moderately intellectual. I live on the West Coast and can’t wait till God provides a Christlike, ANR-loving wife. Please connect with me at firstname.lastname@example.org. God bless.
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Oh! After reading this post twice (must have been interesting), it finally clicked. All I can say is…this is the reason I “blog-hop.” How would I find all the fascinating blogs I do if I did not. This may be the #1 most fascinating blog post yet. Bravo!
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I enjoyed reading this, as it is so moving to connect with another person who realizes the beauty in a loving, committed, and dedicated ANR.
My husband and I are in a long-term Adult Nursing Relationship, which began just after the birth of our first child, and I cannot begin to express the glorious bond we now share. Our love, which was strong before, has deepened and multiplied; we share an intimacy that belongs only to us, and rely strongly upon one another. My beautiful experience has led me to reach out to others who seek understanding, encouragement, and support through my own blog. Thank you for sharing your feelings and beliefs. I hope you find all that you seek.
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Thanks a bunch, Loving Milk Maid. I enjoyed your blog as well. Thanks for all you do to educate people of the normalcy of ANRs. I’m confident that one day, probably within our lifetimes, through efforts from blogs like ours and bold women like Jennifer Mulford, ANRs will come out of the taboo closet.