World Breastfeeding Week: 14 Sweet and Funny Quotes from Breastfeeding Celebrity Moms (Photos)

It’s World Breastfeeding Week August 1 through 7, so we’re taking a look at some celebrity mom quotes and what they have to say on the topic of breastfeeding.

Read through this roundup of funny and sweet breastfeeding quotes for a humorous and tender look at how celeb mamas view their adventures in breastfeeding.

From Bethenny Frankel’s quip about landing the cover of Juggs magazine, to Mary Louise Parker’s funny comment at the Golden Globes Awards, Naomi Watts’ “lactose lobotomy” and Julie Bowen likening breastfeeding twins to “liposuction machines,” there are plenty of laughs.

Also read the sweet comments Jennifer Garner, Heidi Klum, Salma Hayek and more have to say on the subject of breastfeeding.

  • Bethenny Frankel 1 of 14
    "[It] is the hardest thing I have ever done in my entire life. It's so time-consuming and you really don't have your own life ... not that having a child you have your own life anyway. I haven't even taken a shower today. But the feeding and the pumping is very time consuming. It's worth the sacrifice and I love it and I love the time with her and I know it's healthy and I should be on the cover of Juggs magazine. It's rewarding, but it's definitely challenging."
  • Julie Bowen 2 of 14
    "It's like two little liposuction machines on you ... they suck the fat out of you. They call it the ‘double football hold.' You hold one here, and here, like two footballs … They're doing God's work right there, helping me return to my birth weight."
  • Gwen Stefani 3 of 14
    "I didn't want him to (quit), it felt like a total rejection. It was really hormonal, and trying to stop in the middle of the tour was insane." Stefani has also noted that breastfeeding "gives you superhuman powers."
  • Gwyneth Paltrow 4 of 14
    "I stay healthy by working out but not dieting, because I am a milk machine."
  • Isla Fisher 5 of 14
    Isla, who nursed into her first daughter's second year joked, "I'm only going to stop when Olive goes to university!"
  • Kourtney Kardashian 6 of 14
    On public breastfeeding: "My attitude is, if someone sees a little somethin' somethin', don't look if you don't like it."
  • Naomi Watts 7 of 14
    Watts told David Letterman: "I'm busy milking all day long. I feel like I have probably lost a good 75 percent of my brain power. ... I say it halved itself and it halved itself again. It's not just the sleep deprivation, it is the breastfeeding and I call it the 'lactose lobotomy.'"
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones 8 of 14
    On fashion and comfort: "These breast-feeding boobies need to have support, so I'm a big fan of undergarments. I tell designers, 'Let's start there and build out.' When I'm in an evening dress I need to feel in ... that it ain't going anywhere."
  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck 9 of 14
    On the power of breast pumps: "It sucks your nipples out to there!" Co-host Sherri Shepherd provided Elisabeth with rolled up index cards to illustrate!
  • Heidi Klum 10 of 14
    "The children show you most of the time themselves what you have to do to. You'll learn by watching them, keeping your eyes and ears open."
  • Jennifer Garner 11 of 14
    Jennifer Garner calls breastfeeding "the coziest feeling in the whole world."
  • Kate Beckinsale 12 of 14
    Beckinsale shared her engorged breast trick with Jay Leno, of all people: "Breastfeeding is like, you call up a pizza and if you call it up a lot, like 27 pizzas arrive. And that's what I was like. I could hit the wall from quite a distance."
  • Mary-Louise Parker 13 of 14
    Just 18 days after giving birth to her son in 2004, Mary-Louise Parker took to the stage at the Golden Globes to accept her award and thank her son: ''Janel Moloney told me she would give me $1,000 if I thanked my newborn son for how good my boobs look in this dress.'' Parker added, ''So get out your checkbook.''
  • Salma Hayek 14 of 14
    Salma Hayek on breastfeeding a malnourished baby in Africa: . "I actually think that my baby would be very proud to be able to share her milk," she said. "When she grows up, I'm going to make sure that she continues to be a generous, caring person, and I think that's the best thing I can give her as a mother."

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Images: PCNPhotos, PRPhotos, George Lopez Show

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