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Celebrity Moms React To Controversial TIME Breastfeeding Cover

Celebrity Moms React To Controversial TIME Breastfeeding Cover

The latest cover of TIME showcasing 26-year-old mom-of-two Jamie Lynne Grumet breastfeeding her 3-year-old son with the title ‘Are You Mom Enough?’ recently had the internet abuzz with strong reactions. Some of Hollywood’s moms weighed in on the controversy.

“@Time no! You missed the mark! You’re supposed to be making it easier for breastfeeding moms. Your cover is [exploitative] & extreme,” new mom Alyssa Milano, who has been open about nursing 8-month-old son Milo, tweeted.

“Jamie Lynne Grumet breastfeeding her 3 yr old on @time Magazine’s cover is causing a fuss. @brochman says extended breastfeeding is more common than we think,” Danica McKellar, mom to son Draco, wrote on Facebook. “Not sure what else to say other than I’m 20 months into it and going strong…!”

The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik – who has opened up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about being pro-attachment parenting – tweeted that she was “being bombarded” to give her thoughts on the topic.

“This is not easy, to try and speak for all of us, but I will do my best to make you proud,” she wrote on Facebook.

Bialik went on to praise Grumet for her “amazing” story.

I was shocked how amazing her story was. And breastfeeding an adopted baby is incredible. And she gave an educated and eloquent set of responses. I would not have done a photo shoot myself, but I respect her and think she is a smart woman.”

The Blossom alum, who wrote about her experiences and parenting philosophies in Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way, is still nursing her 3½-year-old son Fred.

What did you think of the controversial cover?

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Nicole Trunfio: “Let Us Normalize Breastfeeding”


Supermodel Nicole Trunfio covers Elle Australia‘s June issue while breastfeeding her 4-month-old son Zion.

“This wasn’t a contrived situation: Zion needed a feed, Nicole gave it to him, and when we saw how beautiful they looked we simply moved her onto the set,” editor-in-chief Justine Cullen said. “It was a completely natural moment that resulted in a powerful picture.”

The model mom, 29, took to Instagram with a special message about the breastfeeding cover.

“There is nothing more powerful and beautiful than motherhood,” she captioned the cover. “The last thing I want to do is be controversial, so please take this for what it is, let us #normalizebreastfeeding there is nothing worse than a mother that is judged for feeding her hungry child in public. #weareonlyhuman I’m so proud of this cover and for what it’s stands for. I obviously don’t look like this while I am breastfeeding but this stands for all women out there, whether you breastfeed or not, we gave birth, we are women, we are mothers. Thank you to ELLE for being so bold and making such an encouraging, positive and healthy statement. #womenunite.”

Zion is the model’s first child with fiancé and Grammy winner Gary Clark Jr.

“When I saw the [subscriber] cover of me breastfeeding, which was unplanned and just natural, I teared up and thought, ‘Wow this is such a special moment where my worlds have collided’,” Trunfio said of her reaction to seeing the breastfeeding cover.

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Blake Lively Calls Breastfeeding a “Full-Time Job,” Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal’s…


Blake Lively talks motherhood and her “full-time” breastfeeding job, Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal continue fueling dating rumors, Khloe Kardashian posts a sad Instagram message, and more celebrity news.

  • Blake Lively opens up on her daughter James in Allure: “It’s her life. She should have her privacy until she chooses not to have her privacy, just as I got to choose and my husband got to choose.” [Allure]
  • Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal were caught on a romantic dinner date in LA. [NY Daily News]
  • Is Khloe Kardashian’s ambiguous Instagram post about Lamar Odom or French Montana? [Life & Style]

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  • Take a look at Darren Criss in drag for his role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. [ET]
  • Kate Middleton tells an adorable story about her son, Prince George. [Us Weekly]
  • Watch and learn as Loni Love gives relationship advice to women in Times Square.

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Blake Lively: ‘Breastfeeding Is A Full-Time Job’


New mom Blake Lively covers the May issue of Allure and opens up about family life with husband Ryan Reynolds and their 3-month-old daughter James.

On how motherhood has changed her: “I feel like I’ve figured out the most important thing to me. And everything supports that… And also, having a child makes you realize that we pass on for a reason. You think, ‘I have to go, because it makes room for you.’”

On breastfeeding: “[It’s] a full-time job. I’m, like, driving down the road, pumping.”

On her baby bump reveal on Preserve: “My brother took that photo—he’s an amazing photographer. That moment was really neat, and I was scared to take that picture because I’m very private. I had a feeling that we weren’t going to get away with our privacy for a while. That was my way of owning that moment. I can’t be someone like Beyoncé and be like— [her 2011 VMAs announcement],” she joked. “But it was important for us. It was a struggle, because we want to keep our privacy, but we also don’t want our lives to be exploited by other people. So we did it simply; it was a quiet way, an elegant way.”

On the concept of “having it all”: “Most of the things I do are all-consuming, but somehow I find a way to do it all. It’s not having it all; it’s about doing it all, but it’s dangerous to dilute that to a catchphrase. Having it all could be having a happy, healthy family, and you could be a mom who stays at home, and that is the most admirable thing you could do. Or it could be having a profession that you really believe in, and not having a family, and doing what fulfills you… If it’s not a part of a conversation with someone face-to-face, those bites are why women tear each other apart or why the media will tear people apart…But I look at the big picture,” Lively says, noting that her career has provided her with extra advantages. “Most women don’t get that. There’s a lot of pressure on women to be a certain thing, and there are compromises you have to make. You don’t get to be with your family all the time; most women don’t.”

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