Time magazine's brea$tfeeding cover star has said she will not stop brea$tfeeding her almost-four-year-old until he turns five.
Jamie Lynne Grumet, a 26-year-old mother from Los Angeles who has appeared on the cover of this week's issue, will continue to latch her toddler for one more year.
She said on the Today show this morning: 'I'm hoping our fourth year is probably going to be our final.'
The mother of two, who also brea$tfeeds her adopted five-year-old son named Samuel, appeared on the breakfast program with her son Aram.
As the youngster fidgeted in her lap, Ms Grumet acknowledged that her attachment parenting methods have been deemed offensive by others.
'I understand some of the brea$tfeeding advocates are actually upset about this,' she said.
She attributed such outrage to the actual cover image. It is what she believes is a one-sided portrayal of attachment parenting.
'This isn't how we brea$tfeed at home,' she said in regards to the photograph, which captures the child standing on a small chair in order to take hold of her brea$t in his mouth.
'It's more of a cradling, nurturing situation [at home]. I understand what they're [the advocates] saying,' she said.
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