The second article I read in The New York Times was by Heather McDonald, a stand-up comedian, a series regular on “After Lately”, a writer and producer for “Chelsea Lately” and author of “You’ll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again”. The name of her article is “Working Moms Are Right to Be Realistic”. In her article she talks about attachment parenting and working mothers. Heather started by admitting that she never breastfed either of her two sons and two months after her oldest son was born she had an opportunity to work on a film. She felt she would have turned them down if she had been breastfeeding. She also said the bonus of using formula was that her husband did every 5 a.m. feeding for both boys. I like her statement, “being a mother is part of who you are, but should not be all of who you are”. She stated there is no parenting secret that ensures that your child will grow up and be a successful adult. In the article she also made this amazing statement, “No, I did not breastfeed, make organic baby food or co-sleep with my children. I instead slept with their father and am still happily married to him today. Plus, believe it or not, neither of my formula-fed sons have ever had a fever, an earache or even been on antibiotics”. She also mentioned her oldest son is the tallest on his baseball team and when asked by the other team’s mom what she was feeding him, she proudly said: “Cow’s milk and animal meat bought from a regular grocery store”. What do you think, can you be a working mom and attached? Would you give up breastfeeding your baby to see your spouse bottle feed and create a bond with his baby?