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Jamie Lynne Grumet, who posed for the cover of Time Magazine nursing her 3-year-old son, appeared on NBC's "Today" show on Friday to talk about the controversial cover. The revulsion you experience looking at it is absolutely a product of our backward societal norms. It is crazy that if she was feeding her kid a Happy Meal, THAT is her choice, while THIS (sound nutrition) is considered wrong and weird. We need to re-evaluate.
The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story on the rise of attachment parenting, "Are You Mom Enough?" hits newsstands Friday. (On the cover: Jamie Grumet, 26, and her son, 3, whom she breastfeeds. Photograph by Martin Schoeller for TIME)
time magazine breastfeeding a 3 year old. I love this picture.
Time Magazine Cover - May 2012 mixed feelings: favor attachment parenting, but feel it's too personal to be on the cover on TIME -and resent the magazine for sensationalizing it for sales profit.
Time Magazine Mothers Day cover guaranteed to triple your time in therapy. the-best-medicine -- Saw this and thought of you @Kiersten Dyer
Is breastfeeding a 3-year-old freakish or natural? That's what people across America were asking in May 2012 when 'Time' magazine featured 26-year-old Jamie Lynne Grumet breastfeeding her son who looks old enough to pour himself a glass of milk.
25 Historical Images That Normalize Breastfeeding A Mother Feeding Her Baby at a Chattanooga Bus Stop - 1943
I call home and still ask for Mom if Dad answers the phone. I could just as easily tell/ask/beg Dad but that just doesn't make sense :P
Pure breastfeeding bliss. 'Israeli Mother Breast Feeding Her Baby'. I love this photo so much!
every little step i take...
If my mom wasn't cool enough to know this song like she does, I feel like she would say the same thing.
haha i cant handle those commercials. I have to change the channel immediately.
Bill Cosby Funny Quotes | Dump A Day Funny Pictures Of The Day – 112 Pics
On one side you try to be courteous and let your parents sleep but after you go back to bed not five minutes later they're in your room turning on the lights and ripping off the covers.oh how I hate it soo. :(
breastfeeding: the feminist issue of our time
this is just too much funny...mixed with just a little sad and shame.