Tamara Ecclestone recently had an interview talking about her life as a wife and a mother. The Formula One heiress explained her relationship and parenting skills, where people think the latter has made her married life suffer. It can be recalled that Ecclestone experienced being under fire after revealing her 3-year-old daughter is still on breastfeeding.

During her appearance, the 32-year-old model was asked about their family set up. Her young Sophia still sleeps in their Marital Bed and with this, Ecclestone made a revelation for people who insist the romance will suffer due to this setup.

According to The Sun, she said, “We are more creative with our love life.”

New study says babies have less sleep in parents' room

Ecclestone further explained that she and husband Jay Rutland tend to be more adventurous when it comes to their relationship. She added that a romp does not always have to be confined inside the bedroom. In the end, she shares that Rutland has been okay with anything since he does not really compete with his daughter for attention.

Moreover, she adds that Sophia has not been sleeping in her own bed after she got a fever as a baby. The mother of one is doing her best to make sure that it won't happen again. Since the said moment, Sophia never had the chance to have her own bed, which she presumably liked as well.

In order for the little kid to stay at her mom's side, Tamara shared, “I barricade her in with pillows so she stays. I leave the doors open and I go to bed early too.” The daughter of billionaire Bernie Ecclestone believes everyone should have the freedom to raise kids in their own special way.

On the other hand, NPR.com reports that experts say babies sleep better in their own room after four months old.

American Academy of Pediatrics suggests sharing the same room would be possible but not in one bed for at least six months to one year. This is to avoid sudden infant death syndrome since 1,500 infants die due to sleep-related causes in 2015. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also revealed additional 1,600 infants dying of SIDS.

In general, the study proves a four-month-old baby sleeping in its own room sleeps longer. Pillows, blankets, and other items only increase the risk of babies who share the room with their parents. The AAP, therefore, recommends letting a baby sleep in their own room after four months.

Tamara Ecclestone criticized for nonstop breastfeeding

Ecclestone explained she does not want to be the one who takes something away from Sophia. It will be the kid’s decision if she does not want it anymore or will refrain from it. After all, she has been doing it for a long time and everything still worked out fine.

Moreover, Tamara Ecclestone is firm that there should not be right or wrong in parenting as long as you know what works well for your family.

While she breastfeeds Sophia four times a day, the socialite still expressed the desire to have another child again. What do you think of Ecclestone’s parenting skills? Share your thoughts in the comment section.