Singer Alanis Morissette reveals that she is prepared to breastfeed her son until he tells her he’s ready to stop -- even if that takes years.
The “Ironic” singer stopped by "Good Morning America" on Thursday to discuss her thoughts on attachment-parenting, being a mother to Ever, her 17-month-old son, and the appropriate time to stop breastfeeding a child.
“I’ll stop whenever he wants,” revealed Morissette, echoing one of the tenants of a controversial style of parenting known as "attachment-parenting."
“Some kids naturally stop at two, some stop at a couple of years later, its up to the child,” she tells GMA. “I will stop when he says it's time to stop.”
Morissette defended both the mother and the cover, saying, “I consider it appropriate, it is appropriate for that particular child and that particular family.”