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.
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."
What do you think of Bialik's comments?
Watch Bialik in The Big Bang Theory here.