‘We breastfeed each other’s babies!’ Polyamorous man’s two wives give birth within 30 days of one another and all three insist they are ecstatically happy [Video]

Sure, why don’t we just throw morality entirely out and go all-out hippie! Let’s see… gay marriage is okay; threesomes are okay; bestiality – check; witchcraft is in vogue; etc. And if you don’t agree… well, you’re just a hater. I’m sorry, I have a real problem with this. Not only is it confusing for the children, it is immoral and weird. It seems to be a trend though – I hear of it more and more and all the justifications that go with it. Sorry, not buying it. No wonder some of the parents and friends are shocked and persona non grata now. I don’t think I could accept it in my family either.


Jonathan Stein (L) and his two wives Melinda (C) and Dani (R) Phoenix welcomed two newborns within 35 days.

From The Daily Mail:

On September 6, 2014 Melinda Phoenix was overjoyed to welcome her first son Oliver into the world.

But it wasn’t just her husband Jonathan Stein, 32, from Oakland, California, who shared her joy in the delivery room. Incredibly his second wife Dani, who was also pregnant, was beside them to witness it too.

And just 35 days later on October 11, it was Melinda’s turn to offer her support to 30-year-old Dani in the delivery room, when she gave birth to Jonathan’s second baby, a beautiful baby girl named Ella Lynn.

Jonathan, Dani, and Melinda are a polyamorous family, which means that they all believe in having more than one partner.

The trio and their two children all live under the same roof, with all three parents sharing every aspect of parenthood, from nighttime feeds to diaper changes.

‘It might seem strange to a lot of people, but to us it makes perfect sense,’ Melinda, 28, who runs her own healing company, East-West Collaborative Health, told Daily Mail Online. ‘We all love each other and it was our dream to fall pregnant at the same time.

‘Unlike conventional couples who are sleep deprived when a newborn comes along, there are three of us to take it in turns on the night shift. We breastfeed each others babies, split the finances three ways and the housework too.

‘Even sex is great as if one person is not feeling up for it, then there are two other people to choose from.’

Dani added: ‘We compliment each other perfectly as our parenting styles are so different.

[…]

Until Dani met Melinda in 2008, Melinda had only been in monogamous relationships with men, while Dani had enjoyed relationships with both men and women.

But after meeting at a music festival, the pair knew they were destined to spend the rest of their lives together.

Despite gay marriages back then not being legal in California, the pair exchanged vows on the beach in a commitment ceremony on June 26, 2010, in front of friends and family.

But one year later despite being desperately in love, Melinda confided to Dani that she didn’t just want a wife – she wanted a husband too.

‘When Melinda first told me she was missing a man in her life I thought “Why aren’t I enough?”‘ Dani confessed. ‘But the more we spoke about it, the more I realized there could be huge advantages to having three of us in our marriage.

‘The hard part was finding a man we could both fall in love with.’

Miraculously the girls didn’t have to wait too long for their dream husband to come along.

[…]

‘When I met the girls I was just coming out of a long term relationship with my childhood sweetheart,’ Jonathan, who run his own construction company, recalled.

‘I knew they were married and I didn’t know they were interested in me. But one day they wrote me a letter and revealed what they wanted and I’ll be honest I didn’t know what to do.

‘I thought they were amazing and fancied them both, but I had to think long and hard whether I was capable of loving them both. While men might fantasize about such a situation, in reality it is double the responsibility.’

To explore their feelings for each other the threesome went on a road trip for a week.

And it was then that Jonathan began to realize he was more than capable of loving both women equally.

‘We just all clicked so well,’ he added.

This article is presented like it is just all about love. And who can hate ‘love?’ Through the ages adultery has also been depicted as sexy… so has murder. Stealing is cool in the movies. But whatever happened to just having a normal, long term marriage where a husband and wife stay together and raise a close-knit family? What happened to being a good person and helping others? All these people going in for something ‘different’ seem to be missing something in their lives. It looks like an attempt to replace religious conviction with sex and some kind of excitement. All this Progressive, anything goes bull crap is poisonous to society. That’s why communists love it and promote it.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is an editor and writer for Right Wing News. She owns and blogs at NoisyRoom.net. She is a Constitutional Conservative and NoisyRoom focuses on political and national issues of interest to the American public. Terresa is the editor at Trevor Loudon's site, New Zeal - trevorloudon.com. She also does research at KeyWiki.org. You can email Terresa here. NoisyRoom can be found on Facebook and on Twitter.

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