Tuesday on Entertainment Tonight, Chrissy Teigen stopped by to talk about being a new mom and the unexpected challenges of motherhood, especially the amount of time she has to spend acting as a feeding machine for her baby/tiny milk vampire, Luna.
"The feeding schedule surprised me a lot. You're kind of breastfeeding for, like, ten hours a day, total. They just use your for your milk and you just feel like you are just a cow, all day." Chrissy Teigen: model, wife, mom, sow.
The subject of Teigen's public "mommy-shaming" also came up. Last week, Teigen and husband John Legend dared to leave the house together for a date night, nine days after giving birth, and the internet collectively decided that she was a bad mother who smelled like fish and didn't love her baby. Because clearly that's what dinner out means.
She told ET, "It is hard when it turns to…people are grading you on your personal decisions. You just realize you'll never make everyone happy. . . I'm learning to let things roll off my back a bit easier. I have more important things going on now."
Exactly. Like feeding the robot "milk monster" she and Legend have created, who will probably grow up to be one half vocal chords and one half cheekbones.