And baby makes four!
A Colorado “throuple” says they’re expecting a child together — with the biological parents hoping their girlfriend will help breastfeed, according to a report.
Though Lo Taylor is carrying the baby, she and her husband, Mike Taylor, want to give their girlfriend, Jess Woodstock, a more hands-on role raising the little one, News.com.au reported.
“I wanted Jess to be in this baby as much as possible because it will look like me and Mike, so we want as much of her DNA as we can get too,” Lo told the outlet.
The Taylors were already married when they had a threesome with Woodstock in July 2018 that quickly progressed to something more serious.
“I remember the day after we met Jess we were at her house and we both agreed we wanted to see more of this girl, we both just loved being around her, it was organic like any normal relationship,” Lo said.
The future mom, who is due in late December, acknowledged that “some women might be funny about letting another person nurse their child.”
Woodstock said she plans to sync up her cycle and hormones with Lo to stimulate her body’s milk production, the outlet reported.
“At this point, I don’t see myself bearing a child but to still be able to have that skin-to-skin contact with this baby and being able to nurture it in that way is so important to me,” Woodstock said.
Woodstock said she finds it “special” that she can “take some of that burden off Lo so she is able to rest and recuperate.”
And she praised the expectant mom for allowing her to have such an intimate role in their growing family.
“Not a lot of women can say, ‘I’m going to take this shift off and let my girlfriend breastfeed tonight,’” Woodstock said.