Holly Madison: Using Breasts For Feeding A Newborn Is More Difficult Than Using Breasts For Sexy Centerfolds

Holly Madison Breastfeeding Hey everybody, Holly Madison, mom to brand spankin’ new infant Rainbow Aurora (I wish you all at home could hear how I say the name Rainbow Aurora, because it’s awesome, you totally have to picture it being said like it sounds, with chipmunks and bluebirds surrounding her frilly bassinet and fairies sprinkling magic glitter dust all over her tiny fontanelle) has told People mag that breastfeeding is kinda hard:

”Breastfeeding is the biggest challenge,” she tells PEOPLE Friday in her first public appearance since delivering daughter Rainbow Aurora earlier this month.

”I took classes ”” and I don’t want to discourage anyone from nursing ”” but I’m surprised at how much work it is and how much you’re on call,” Madison admits, adding, ”I’m happy to do it since it’s healthy for my baby.”

Dude, any of us could have told you this. When you are nursing it’s pretty much all you do, except for those times when you are drinking gallons of water because you feel like every ounce of liquid is being seeped from your body and you are changing your shirt because your breasts have decided to magically start leaking when the baby naps.

”It’s a 24-hour thing, as any new mom knows,” she notes. ”I was as prepared as I could be and [I’m still learning] how time-consuming it is.”

I don’t know that much about Ms. Madison, but I think it’s cool she is being public about breastfeeding and how it becomes a full-time job with a new baby. If you breastfeed, in the early days of doing so you totally feel like it’s all you do. I can remember my poor husband having to feed me my dinner when I was nursing my kid when she was tiny because I hadn’t figured out how to get a fork to my own mouth while holding her. But ya know, leave it to the magazines to not only focus on this actually interesting topic, because they had to end the article with this:

Although she appeared quite slim in a blue Diane von Furstenberg dress at Cirque Du Soleil’s One Night For One Drop benefit show, Madison, 33, joked that it was all an illusion.

”I’m wearing this because it flares out,” she explains. ”The skirt masked my gut!”


Yay! Way to go with that smooth transition from discussing the feeding of a newborn to a mention of Holly’s post-baby body, because how “slim” a new mom looks is pretty much the most important thing.

(Photo: WENN)

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