It's time for daddy to satisfy his hunger, baby. The romantic retreat of this couple took an unexpected turn as the husband nursed on his wife's breasts for sustenance. That's correct, you read it accurately.
The beach vacation was anything but ordinary, as the husband devoted most of the time to breastfeeding from his wife. Does it pique your curiosity? Let's explore this unusual encounter further.
Janelle McAloon, a mother of four, claimed that during a scheduled romantic trip to Puerto Rico with her husband Joshua, she had to breastfeed him as she had forgotten to bring her breast pump.
Janelle, a 32-year-old from Boston, admitted in her popular TikTok confession, which has attracted over 188,200 views from intrigued onlookers: "I'm here to tell you [that] I had to breastfeed my husband."
The brunette continued to giggle while narrating their unusual circumstance, remarking: "We were in Puerto Rico and … I'm breastfeed, and I just forgot to pack my pump."
"So for four days, we're in Puerto Rico [and] my boobs are on fire," she said. "On the first day, I'm like, 'Josh, I need you to help me out.' And that's what he did."
In the end, Joshua may benefit from his act of generosity. Research suggests that breast milk can aid in preventing Crohn's disease, arthritis, autism, and various types of cancer.
Janelle's admission of her husband's breast milk consumption left many in disbelief and questioning whether the decision to leave the breast pump at home was truly an innocent oversight.
A certain online spectator made a jest, saying: "Plot twist: He unpacked it," suggesting that Joshua had always intended to use his mouth to alleviate Janelle's lactating chest pressure.
"Probably the best vacation ever for your husband," teased another.
Another man admitted that he also had to be breastfed by his wife, stating: "As a husband with children, I have had to sacrifice in this way. I did my husbandry duties to the letter."
"It's hard to see other men living out your dream," joked another.
An alternative proposal was to simply visit a nearby pharmacy and acquire a breast pump.
However, Janelle clarified why neither option was a feasible alternative.
"I tried [to hand pump] so hard," she claimed, "but for some reason it wasn't working until I had some suction going before."
When a commentator pointed out that Walgreens has pharmacy branches in Puerto Rico, Janelle provided a reply, "Yes, they do but where we're staying it was far from all that."
Nonetheless, the mother did indicate that she managed to purchase a milk extractor before departing for Massachusetts.
"The last day we were there I was able to get one at CVS lol," she said.