Transcript for Time Magazine Breast-Feeding Mom 'Doesn't Agree' With Cover
The mom who stirred up so much controversy by breast-feeding her toddler on the cover of "time" magazine, is raising eye grows again. Jamie lynne grumet is back for an encore on the cover of another magazine, breast-feeding her now-4-year-old son. Abc's cecilia vega has the story. Reporter: She is the mother made famous by this provocative photo. Now, nearly four months of that "time" cover of jamie lynne grumet breast-feeding her 3 1/2-year-old son hit newsstands, a new magazine is coming out. And to set the record straight, she is doing it all over again. Breast-feeding her son, now 4, on the cover of another magazine. This time, with her entire family by her side. Our intentions were to help relieve the sigc stigma attached to breast-feeding past infancy. The photo I saw was one we weren't trying to pose for. Reporter: That photo fueled momny wars. If you wanted a great cover, you would have photoshopped out the chair. Reporter: After joke. That should really be black barred. Much better. Reporter: Grumet herself was breast fed until she was 6 years old. And a new shoot for "pathways to family wellness," she is seen breast-feeding her son samuel, adopted from africa, right alongside her natural son. Some say pictures are beautiful. Others are asking if grumet is milking the moment. What do you say to people who say child protective services should be called? That's just not understanding full-term breast-feeding. And knowing it's normal in other cultures. It's not normal here. Reporter: Now, grumet hopes the controversy over that cover shot will bring attention to another issue close to her heart. Orphaned children in africa. If we focused that attention to issues that really do matter, like children who don't have food and don't have parents, that's where we want to see the change. Reporter: For "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. Regarding the original cover story that got so much attention, "time" magazine tells us it is pleased the cover story, quote, encouraged serious debate of the decisions facing millions of parents.
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