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The pressure is on for Suburgatory this coming season. On-screen, the family comedy is preparing to introduce the long-gone mom of Tessa (Jane Levy) as well as finally put will-they-or-won't-they couple George (Jeremy Sisto) and Dallas (Cheryl Hines) together. Off-screen, the family comedy is in the hot seat (in a good way) after a last-minute bump on the fall schedule from 8:30/7:30c to the coveted post-Modern Family spot of 9:30/8:30c.
"I'm still trying to figure out what I should send [ABC Entertainment President] Paul Lee as a thank you gift," creator and executive producer Emily Kapnek says. "It's not just a huge opportunity, but a good fit. We were a little bit edgy at times for...
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains major spoilers from the season finale of Suburgatory. Read at your own risk.]
brother mother! No, Tessa (Jane Levy) didn't actually come face-to-face with her long-gone mama in Suburgatory's season finale. However, she did...
Time magazine has sparked controversy with its latest cover depicting a mom breastfeeding her 3-year-old son.
Los Angeles-based stay-at-home mother Jamie Lynne Grumet, 26, was photographed with her son for the issue that tackles attachment parenting. The divisive practice, which was started by The Baby Book author Dr. Bill Sears, is focused on breastfeeding past infancy, co-sleeping and baby-wearing, which is attaching an infant to their parent via a sling.
Grumet told Time that her mother breastfed her until she was 6 and that she posed for the cover because she wants to make extended breastfeeding publicly acceptable. She said that strangers have threatened to "call social services on me or [said] that it's child molestation" when they see her nursing in public.
Despite what the public might think, Alicia Silverstone does not regret feeding her son bird-style.
"I can understand that it would make some people feel uncomfortable, possibly, because it's new to them," Silverstone told Entertainment Tonight last week. "But I do want to let you know that this has been going on for thousands of years — still going ...