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Breastfeeding Mom PINK loves her Hooter Hiders {interview}


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Pink wants to breastfeed in public, and she’s ready to fight anyone who criticizes her for doing so.  Last month on an episode of the U.K.’s “The Alan Carr Chatty Man Show” the singer recounted an altercation at a restaurant she visited with husband Carey Hart and her now 15-month-old daughter, Willow Sage. “The first time we went out to a restaurant, there was a guy who walked by, I had a cover on and it’s called a Hooter Hider,” the singer said. “I had a Hooter Hider on and this guy walks by and was like ‘Uughhh.’ He was just disgusted.  I was like ‘You didn’t get enough hugs when you were little.’ Carrie said ‘You are starting fights in restaurants?’ I said ‘I will… I will fight, hold by baby.”

The rocker has been a vocal advocate of breastfeeding and has been spotted using a Hooter Hider nursing cover – .  The singer also told host Alan Carr, “I think breastfeeding is healthy and natural and it’s a comfort to my baby, so I can give a shit what somebody else thinks.”
The Hooter Hider is made by Bebe au Lait   Hooter Hiders retail for $35.00 are the world’s most famous patented nursing covers. They feature patented RigiFlexTM necklines and signature patterns.
Interview with PINK
Alan: She’s getting big now,  I’ve got to ask do you still breastfeed?
Pink: I do.
Alan: What does it feel like? ’cause obviously I’ve never breastfed.
Pink:  It’s a little weird, but when it, no one’s ever actually asked me this before…
Alan: Welcome to “Chatty Man”
Pink: Honestly when you first have your baby, and your boobs fill up and it gets all tingly, it hurts until you breastfeed.
Alan: Ahh it’s nature’s way.
Pink: You’ve gotta get the milk out.
Alan: You know with my teeth, my Mom she had general anesthetic in her tit.
Pink: That’s awful
Alan: Frankly that’s true.  Are you one of those militant breast feeder women, like in the middle of Starbucks, you get it out and are like yeah what you looking at?
Pink: I do, I do on purpose I think breastfeeding is healthy and natural and it’s a comfort to my baby, so I can give a shit what somebody else thinks.  The first time we went out to a restaurant, there was a guy who walked by, I had a cover on and it’s called a Hooter Hider
Alan: You’ve got a Hooter Hider?
Pink: I had a Hooter Hider on and this guy walks by and was like “Uughhh” he was just disgusted.  I was like ‘You didn’t get enough hugs when you were little’ Carrie said ‘You are starting fights in restaurants,’ I said ‘I will… I will fight, hold by baby.’
Alan: How do you breastfeed when you have pierced nipples?
Pink:I don’t, I had to take them out because it was like a sprinkler.We here at Savvy Sassy Moms think PINK rocks, what do you think?

Meet the Author | Andrea Fellman


Andrea Fellman is a Mom who hasn't lost her style to motherhood. Andrea is the owner and editor-in-chief of Savvy Sassy Moms. She also contributes weekly to BabyCenter's Blog, a Los Angeles iVoice for ivillage.com, has run the social media and blog for the children's retailer the Right Start, and is now living in Costa Rica. Connect with me on Google+

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