Just like Alicia Silverstone and Dr. Blossom, Alanis Morrissette is raising her 17-month-old son, Ever, the attachment parenting way and talked to Good Morning America (click here to see that shit) about it. It seems like it was just yesterday when Alanis was singing about going down on a dude in a theater and now she’s going on about how she’s okay with titty feeding her son during first grade recess.
Because of that Time magazine cover that won’t ever go away, GMA asked Alanis about attachment parenting and she says that she knows it’s not for everyone. Alanis’ job allows her to bring son everywhere she goes. The only time they’re apart is when she’s on stage. They sleep together, eat together and go everywhere together. Ever will stop going mimi times when Alanis when he’s ready to stop. Ever will retire his mouth from Alanis’ nipple when he’s ready to do so. When Alanis was asked if she’s going to let Ever suck a meal out of her nip slit when he’s six, she nodded yes.
“I’ll stop whenever he wants. Some kids naturally stop at two, some stop at a couple of years later, its up to ever child. I will stop when he says it’s time to stop.”
I get that Alanis wants to be with Ever as much as possible and it works for her and her titty is there for him as long he wants it. I get all of that. But what I don’t get is when does Alanis get mommy breakdown time? Does she take Ever into the bathroom with her, put him on the floor and let him watch as she gets into an empty tub fully clothed and downs a bottle of prosecco while drunkenly crying about how all she wants to do is spend one night getting boozed up in a bar without a baby attached to her titty? Because that could be awkward.