This young mom is worried that way too many people in our society are too stressed, sick and not in touch with their bodies, or their souls for that matter.
Adele Allan has decided to raise her kids differently, and doesn’t want to force them to live by a socially acceptable standard.
All this started when she became pregnant. All through her pregnancy she refused to take medication for the most part.
She has received a lot of bad criticism
She and her husband ended up receiving a lot of bad criticism from people around the world. Some went as far as to say that Adele’s choices might result in bringing a dead child into the world.
Nevertheless, her husband knew he could trust her, and trusted her body enough to know that everything will be allright.
She had natural births, and didn’t cut the cord
Both of her births were natural, and she didn’t even want to cut the cord, so she let it fall off naturally, which took about 6 days.
She’s against vaccinations, and hasn’t given any to her kids. Adele believes that her breast milk should be enough to protect them from any possible infections, and doesn’t believe in any kind of medication.
Even if she were to have cancer, she wouldn’t want to seek medical attention. She would primarily try to cure it naturally.
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Adele will leave it up to her kids to decide when they want to stop breastfeeding
She doesn’t want to decide when it’s time to stop breastfeeding her kids, and thinks that that’s totally up to them, and that they’ll decide when they don’t need to be breastfed any longer.
Both Adele, and her husband Matt have received a lot of criticism about how they live their lives, and what they teach their children. “People have a problem with us letting our kids walk barefoot in public, and they always feel the need to point that out to us,” says Matt.
Their kids don’t go to public schools, but are home-schooled instead, and are thought to play and interact with animals and plants, rather than plastic toys.
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