Salma Hayek has the world’s luckiest infant

By: Tim Kinnealy / November 12, 2008

It can be tragic when a promising entertainer falls prey to the clutches of addiction. This totally isn’t one of those instances. Fox News reports:

Salma Hayek may soon need rehabilitation for an addiction.

The actress, who gave birth to daughter Valentina in 2007, says she can’t stop breastfeeding.

She said: “I’m like an alcoholic. It is like, I don’t care if I cry, I don’t care if I am fat, I am just going to do it for one more week, one more month, and then when I see how much good it is doing her and I can’t stop.”

The 42-year-old also said breastfeeding does not helps mothers shed post-pregnancy weight.

She told Style magazine: “The myth that says you lose all this weight when you breastfeed! That is so not true! It’s like, please, will everyone stop telling me I look really well.”

Hayek is lucky that she has a daughter, because if she had given birth to a boy, she’d understand the real meaning of breastfeeding addiction.

SALMA: Dammit, let go! Enough already!
SON: *slurp* No!
SALMA: Really, this has to stop. You’re getting too old for this!
SON: *glug* Nuh-uh!
SALMA: Please, son; my nipples feel like they’ve been scoured with a Brillo pad. Besides, I don’t think this is making a positive impression on your college admissions officer.
COLLEGE ADMISSIONS OFFICER: Me? No, I’m fine with it.
SON: See? *gurgle* Just chill, Mom; you’re being really uncool right now.
SALMA: Ay-yi-yi. I don’t know why I ever decided to have a ki–OWW! Could you at least shave your beard? The bristles are scratchy!
SON: *smack* Can we talk about this later? I’m busy now…

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