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Jaime King Posts A Photo Of Herself Breastfeeding Her Baby To Remind You That It’s No Biggie (NSFW)

Jaime King Simon G Soiree May 31 2014 Las Vegas Nevada

Jaime King posted a photo of herself breastfeeding her 8-month old son, James Knight, to let the the anti-public nursing crusaders that they’re ridiculous. The photo, which features a cameo by an adorable and sleepy-looking pup in the background, is of Jaime lying in bed just doin’ what some mothers do. Some, because Jaime and I agree that whatever floats your parenting boat is all good, as long as it makes everyone happy and healthy.

That’s the point, get it?! Just employ whichever feeding option makes you and your child(ren) comfortable, whether its breastfeeding your hungry baby in the middle of a shopping mall or popping a bottle in there instead. That’s all there is to it, and we didn’t even need to wait until Farrah Abraham’s Christian parenting book came out to come to that conclusion! Because neither option is as big a deal as the universe likes to make it, considering the fact that this photo has been placed onto the internet by Jaime and hasn’t caused even one inferno or stampede.

(Photo: Instagram)

The photo was posted with the following caption:

“#JamesKnight is now 8 months old! These are the moments a mother lives for. Breastfeeding should not be taboo- and bottle feeding should not be judged- it’s ALL fun for the whole family:)”

I couldn’t agree more. Plus, little James doesn’t give a damn about our society’s nudity complex and neither does her dog, who actually could not care less. Instagram almost does, but they mostly have a vendetta against female nipples, so she’s in the clear. Because at the end of the day (and technically at the beginning and middle, too) they’re just boobs, of which nearly half of the world’s population are the owners.

Now, my real issue here is how little pillow action that puppy is getting! It’s barely enough surface area to rest its weary head after a long day at the office. Okay, like, maybe even that highly important issue comes second to Jaime’s message that everyone needs to calm the hell down about baby-feeding methods. Possibly.

(Lead Photo: DJDM/WENN)

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  • jenni268

    I think the fact that you had to tag the article and subsequent picture (NSFW) it’s very telling. . . on several different levels.

    • Olivia Wilson

      I agree with you! It’s just that, as I said above (below?), the label isn’t because I’m offended by it at all; it’s just a warning for those who may be.

    • jenni268

      I understand, and was not criticizing in the least! I think it’s ridiculous that in such a hyper sexualized society, (where almost every advertisement has, at the least, a sexual undertone) people decide to get offended over a natural function! I am totally fine with those who are not down with breastfeeding, but somehow demonizing it as offensive is ludicrous. The only thing I can think of is that we’ve seen a rise in nursing and so people more aware of it and, therefore, are more likely to complain about it.

    • Olivia Wilson

      That’s a good point; I’d never considered that that could be the reason why so many people seem to be offended by it all of a sudden.

  • Jenni

    Unrelated, but I love her ghost dog in the background!

    • Olivia Wilson

      He’s trying his hardest to blend into those sheets.

  • annet

    Why the heck was NSFW added to this photo?

    • Olivia Wilson

      I agree that it shouldn’t be considered NSFW, but currently, nudity of any kind is offensive to some people/workplaces. And those are the people who/places which were considered when adding that.

  • MCR

    Well, it’s not a biggie. It’s a mother feeding her baby. Babies need to be fed throughout the day, and mothers have other things to do, so that means sometimes it will happen in grocery stores or doctor’s waiting rooms or on park benches. If nursing mums get sent outside or to the restroom or whatever, so should bottle-feeding mums. Better still: suppress your inappropriate shock and let the poor kids eat when they’re hungry.

    • Olivia Wilson

      So what you’re say is that we can’t place nursing mothers on a secluded island each time they need to feed their babies during the day?

    • MCR

      A radical concept, I realize, but yes.

  • JenH1986

    The doggie needs a blankie too. He could be cold! As an aside I noticed Fido first. I know, I know I suck.

    • Olivia Wilson

      I always notice dogs first, in any and all scenarios.

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      That is correct behavior.

  • Guest

    I don’t think there will ever be an end to the person on person hate for personal decisions.