My milkshake bring all the boys the yard.
"Breastfeeding is said to benefit both mother and baby in the first six months of a babies life, but mother-of-two Stella Onions has taken this to the extreme as she continues to nurse daughter Josephine, nearly five and a half, and her little brother Zac, who is almost four, with her 'mummy milk'.
Stella Onions, 45, believes her daughter and son are currently some of the oldest in Britain still having their mother's milk.
Comedy characters like Bitty in Little Britain might make people uncomfortable - but Stella said the benefits for her two offspring were definitely worth the time she spends nursing.
She said: "My children's friends have seen them at my breast. They both come and ask for 'mummy milk'. But nobody says anything bad about it. Nature sorts it out for you.
She said: "Lots off studies have been done. And in general, babies fed on formula are more likely to get gastric infections and urinary and respiratory problems. Some studies even suggest that there is an increased risk of certain childhood cancers.
"Also women who don't breastfeed have a higher risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer and rheumatoid arthritis.
"When you breastfeed your body releases a feel good hormone which calms the mother and current research is investigating if it helps with post natal depression."
Stella, who is married to Andy, a computer games designer, and lives in Ludlow, Shropshire, also home schools her children and admits she has time to spend nursing them each morning and evening."
Erp Missus Onions, your children are not babies. Seriously, if your children are old enough to chew steak it's probably time to stop breast-feeding them. Taken in squirmy squeee from the daily wail