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Chapter 9: Nursing in Secret

by Jan Schroder

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   Each time Suzan tried to nurse her daughter, Sugar would only take a little milk in her mouth and then spit it out.

   Sugar’s birth had been troubled and now, having lost a half pound, was causing more concern for the doctor, who was on his way.

   Suzan walked into the nursery when she discovered Sugar wasn’t in her crib. The bathroom door was shut.

   “Why would Grace take her in there?” Suzan thought.

   Opening the door, she was horrified to find her daughter suckling at her servant’s large black breast.

   “Oh my God!” Suzan yelled. “What are you doing?”


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