I was briefly watching The View this morning (sometimes that’s the only way I get my news. Pathetic, no?) when they started talking about Gisele Bundchen (you know... one of the world’s hottest women...) and breastfeeding. Two things you don’t often hear together, but of course it caught my attention, being a mommy-to-be and all.
Apparently Gisele wants there to be a worldwide law (in her opinion, peeps) “that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months.”
WHAT, GISELE?! A law? You want to put a law on my lady lumps? Puh-lease! They’re mine and I’d like to keep them that way, thank you much. Now, personally, I plan on breastfeeding my baby. For one, I want her to receive all the immunity and nutrients. Two, I look forward to that mother-daughter-bond-slash-connection. With that being said, I know there’s a chance that either (a.) I won’t be able to produce enough milk, or (b.) my baby could be allergic. You never know.
But besides that... I would NEVER judge a woman if she decided not to breastfeed. It’s her decision. No one else’s.
Here’s an article about if from CNN: