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The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story on the rise of attachment parenting, “Are You Mom Enough?” hits newsstands Friday.

(On the cover: Jamie Grumet, 26, and her son, 3, whom she breastfeeds. Photograph by Martin Schoeller for TIME)

Photo Courtesy of Time Magazine.

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  • Buffy Smith May 11, 2012 - 6:51 am Reply

    I am all about breastfeeding, and I even breastfeed in public. It is natural. There should be no shame in that. I just don’t understand why they didn’t capture a more natural take on it. A boy standing in a chair and a mother with her hand on her hip is not natural which totally defeats the purpose.

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