Rosie Pope: If Your Child Can Say 'Boobies' Then Don't Breastfeed

Mon, May 14, 2012 4:07pm EST by 5 Comments
Rosie Pope Pregnant in Heels spoke with the ‘Pregnant in Heels’ star about the controversial cover and she says breastfeeding is a good thing but why it shouldn’t go through kindergarten!

Rosie Pope is the ultimate mom! The Bravo reality star came to the offices right before giving birth to her third child, a little girl named Vivienne Madison Pope, and she gave us her strong opinions about the TIME breastfeeding cover.

“Breastfeeding in the United States has been a controversial issue for some time,” Rosie tells us. “Particularly breastfeeding older children. It’s without a doubt … breastfeeding is really great for babies. It really helps them help their immune system in so many ways. But the question is ‘how long is it good to breastfeed?'”

Drumroll please …

“My opinions are that in America … if your child is walking around, going to school, and can say the word ‘boobies’ … it’s probably time to stop!”

Watch our video interview interview with Rosie right here:

— Chloe Melas

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Posted at 11:28 PM on May 15, 2012  

How irresponsible of you Rosie, to make such a comment. Isn’t your livelihood based on the wants & needs of pregnant woman and families? You’ve just ostracized a big chunk of your market- those woman who have or intend to “extend breast feed”. I breast feed my last two children to well over two years (one was closer to three). They could “walk around” and say “boobies”. But, according to you, you know what’s best for my children & I should have stopped. Gee, thanks for your words of wisdom. No more listening to WHO recommendations or my doctors, I’ll just listen to you from now on. Perhaps next time you will keep your opinions to yourself.

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Posted at 3:42 PM on May 15, 2012  

I agree, if the child is able to walk and talk, it’s time to stop. Find something else to do with your time, instead of having the child on your nipples.

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Posted at 9:53 AM on May 15, 2012  

Im still breastfeeding my 2.5year old. He started saying nurses and walking at 10 months. Should I haved stopped nursing then?

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Posted at 7:16 PM on May 14, 2012  

Ms Pope needs to shut her trap a 3 year old can’t say boobies all though they might be able to unhook mommys bra to nurse

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Posted at 3:39 PM on May 15, 2012  

uh yea a 3 year can talk and have a great understanding of communicating.

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