Kendra Wilkinson and Kourtney Kardashian Kendra Wilkinson and Kourtney Kardashian

Little things — or rather "big" in this case — like breast implants won't stop Kourtney Kardashian from breastfeeding after she gives birth in December. "I actually went to my doctor today and asked him about it, and he said you usually can," the reality starlet told "You just need to try it because you won't know until you try."

Kardashian's disclosure reminded us of how often celeb-parents overshare about breastfeeding. It's a natural, beautiful, healthy thing and all, but sometimes: TMI. Here are our top 8 favorite celebrity breastfeeding stories:

8. Kendra Wilkinson's Leaky Boob
Like fellow expectant E! mom Kardashian, Kendra Wilkinson wants to breastfeed despite implants. Unlike Kardashian, she didn't ask her doctor first and found herself seeped in what she thought was breast milk. "I was so scared that I wasn't going to be able to nurse that when I saw stuff come out of my nipples the other day, I was like, 'I can breastfeed?'" she told Us Weekly. "And I asked my doctor, who said, 'That's fine, but it's not milk yet!'" It's actually called colostrum (premilk). Time to buy some nursing pads.

7. Angelina Jolie Breastfeeds on W
W magazine's November 2008 issue celebrated art — namely Brad Pitt's art. His slightly grainy black-and-white shot of Jolie feeding one of their twins graced the cover of W. At first glance, you don't notice the side-boob and the baby's tiny fingers, but there they are. Subtle, Brad. It's a serene, natural and relaxed shot that reaffirms what we already knew: Angie looks good doing anything. Thanks, guys.

6. Naomi Watts' Lactose Lobotomy
Despite new-mom fatigue and low memory, Watts was still able to do math and coin a new breastfeeding term. "I'm busy milking all day long," she told David Letterman. "I feel like I have probably lost a good 75 percent of my brain power. ... I say it halved itself and it halved itself again. It's not just the sleep deprivation, it is the breastfeeding and I call it the 'lactose lobotomy.'" Watch Watt's interview.