Six months, ah, what an age. It’s half a year, you know, and, it’s also when it becomes totally tubular to stop breastfeeding. Everyone knows, and you should, too, that the hands-down best nutrition for a baby is only good for the first six months of their lives. After that, all of that milky goodness goes sour. The shop shuts down, the baby’s body stops accepting all of the nutrients in the breastmilk, all at once.
… Except that’s not true at all. Back when The Girl was just a little baby, many people sadly believed this due to formula companies’ advertising schemes and gimmicks. The Mother, and Alfred, can only hope that the world has opened its eyes by the time The Girl has her own babies.