By all means. A worldwide law should fit everyone, right?
I’m so glad a supermodel took the time from her busy schedule of preening and pouting for the camera to educate the rest of us on how to have children.
She said: ‘I think breastfeeding really helped. Some people here think they don’t have to breastfeed, and I think, “Are you going to give chemical food to your child, when they are so little?”
‘There should be a worldwide law, in my opinion, that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months.’
I’m glad it worked out as well as it did for her and she obviously committed to the experience. But not everyone can do that. Some for health reasons of their own, some for the baby – yes, the baby (the woman in the article that said she quit because she felt like a cow? No sympathy for that reason). My mother tried with me and I wouldn’t eat and cried all the time. The doctor told her to go with formula and voila, problems solved. Just as my mother’s experience with me shouldn’t be extrapolated to all mothers worldwide, nor should Ms. Bundchen’s experience.
In other words, as with all entertainers, shut up and sing, poptart. You aren’t paid for your wisdom or your opinions. And newspapers, quit asking these people with no concept of reality for the other 95% of the world to tell you what they think.
Gad, I hate what the internet and cable have turned news into. The constant drive to produce gives us nothing but fluff. Pseudoscience, opinion and wild ass guesses masquerading as fact. I know, I know. I read it, so I’m just as bad as the rest of ‘em. :)
Brawndo. It’s what plants crave.