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Time magazine breast-feeding cover provokes strong reaction

Los Angeles Times – 2012-05-11

L.A. mom Jamie Lynne Grumet is shown breast-feeding her nearly 4-year-old son. The picture and story on attachment parenting marks anniversary of Dr. Barry Sears book.A Time magazine cover with L.A. mom Jamie Lynne Grumet breast-feedingher strapping, almost 4-year-old son promises to be the head-snapping checkout-stand stopper of the season, based on the fevered reaction provoked by the magazine's pre-Mother's Daylanding.
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