Dressed in this, how could your child not grow up jumping out of airplanes, smoking cigars, and drinking beer surrounded by beautiful women?
It’s an abomination. How can you expect people to act responsibly with boobs around?
Time Magazine tackles the debate over attachment parenting with this cover image of a 26-year-old mother, Jamie Lynne Grumet, breast-feeding her almost 4-year-old son.
The subjects on this week’s TIME cover aren’t models in pose. Jamie Lynne Grumet, photographed by Martin Schoeller with her 3-year-old son, is a mother from Los Angeles who subscribes to attachment parenting, the subject of staff writer Kate Pickert’s cover story. Attachment parenting has been on the rise over the last two decades, since the publication of The Baby Book by Dr. Bill Sears and his wife, Martha, in 1992. Its three main tenets are extended breast-feeding, co-sleeping and “baby wearing,” in which infants are physically attached to their parents by slings.
The Louisville, Kentucky, mayor’s Healthy Hometown initiative has been trying to promote breastfeeding among African-American women – with a talking baby whose giant teeth with ensure that you never want to let a child near your bosom again.
What could possibly be wrong with breastfeeding on the bus to get an old lady so angry?