The Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik has become as famous for her non-traditional parenting philosophies as she has her acting. In the latest issue of InTouch, the proponent for attachment parenting once again defended her decision to breast-feed her son until he was 4.
"Just because you do something your way doesn't mean you can judge people who don't. If I breast-feed and you don't, it's OK. I don't think I'm a better mom and my kids aren't necessarily better off than yours," Bialik said.
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The Blossom star says the response she's gotten to the way she parents her two sons, Miles, 8, and Fred, 5, still "makes me cry."
"The way that I parent is the way thousands of women parent all over the world, but I get flak for it. People say really mean things!" Bialik said.
Bialik recently also spoke out in defense of breast-feeding in public, telling Huffington Post Live, "I don't believe you need to cover up a baby eating anymore than you need to cover a baby drinking a bottle."
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