File this one under “Things You Definitely Didn’t Need to Know About Emily Blunt‘s Breasts”, if you will. After giving birth to John Krasinski‘s daughter Hazel a couple of months ago, Emily really lost all of her baby weight quickly. The secret is, as most Hollywood mothers have blabbed about repeatedly to any reporter who will listen, breastfeeding. Emily herself is into breastfeeding and didn’t have much choice, because apparently she produces that much milk. Ooookay.
Here’s Emily discussing her mammary experience on The Ellen Degeneres Show:
On a side note, I love me some Emily Blunt/John Krasinski as a couple, and I also think the baby is sooooo cute, as John shared on Twitter this week:
Pics of kids should only come direct from parents. So I'm thrilled to introduce you guys to Hazel!!! #NoKidsPolicy pic.twitter.com/qVvUTRdllP
— John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) May 13, 2014
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I dunno, I thought this was hilarious. Not sure why people have such an attitude towards breastfeeding/other pregnancy stuff, but almost everything else is anything goes conversation.
Thank you Alicia!
I think it is awful that women can talk about their boobs in any other context but pregnancy and breastfeeding. Which is 100% the reason why we even have boobs to begin with. Seriously. Mammals are called mammals because they use mammary glands to feed their young.
Would you have been rubbed the wrong way if she had talked about what she named her boobs? Or her favourite bra? Or her opinion on implants? Or that they might sag one day? Or how much they grew during pregnancy? Seriously. Grow the eff up. Boobs produce milk. You don’t have to get all pearl clutch-y about it when people talk about it.
It’s not being pearl clutchy to not want to hear about someone’s baby or how much their tits leak. Some people just don’t give a shit.
Truth, meh. Sometimes it gets tiring hearing about others’ experiences regarding pregnancy, babies, and motherhood. I just don’t fucking care.
I fail to see anything wrong with this. I thought she was hilarious and wasn’t the least bit “precious” about something that it is really quite ordinary and mundane.