>: So congratulations.
I'm thrilled for you.
What's your due date?
>: December 25th.
>: Oh, it's so exciting.
You're gonna breastfeed, right?
>: I'm planning on it.
>: It's so good for the kids.
I breastfed Hop.
He's never been on an antibiotic, never
had an ear infection, never been sick.
It's, you know what, it's frustrating
this country was a little uptight about
>: I'm fine with it.
I've never been uncomfortable.
>: Speaking of which, hey baby, okay hold
on a second, she's hungry.
>: So I gotta.
>: Oh, [BABY_CRYING] did you want to drape
[BABY_CRYING] Or I have a shawl in the car
>: No, I'm a little hot, I just want to be
>: [BABY_CRYING] I was not gonna have a
drink, but I think I might have some.
>: [BABY_CRYING] Ahh, here you go baby,
here you go.
Oh, she's fussy, she's.
You know what helps?
If you stand and jiggle, sway, pat.
>: Oh, I got it thanks.
What are you looking at?
>: You're naked.
>: Sicko, swear to God.
>: How long does she normally nurse?
>: Depends on how tough your nipples are.
>: Maybe we can move to one of the tables
with an umbrella.
>: Not you too.
[BABY_FUSSING] [SIGH]Breastfeeding is a
natural, beautiful thing.
I don't know why people are so uptight
>: It's so natural.
It's a natural thing.
>: Oh, here's Hop.
>: Mom, I'm thirsty.
>: Thank God I don't have three kids.
[LAUGH] Come here.
Whoop, got away from me, sorry.
[LAUGH] Sorry, sorry.