Miranda Kerr' draws ire for 'epidurals make babies drugged up' remark
New York, July 13 (ANI): Miranda Kerr's recent suggestion that epidurals negatively impact a baby at birth has sparked heated debate on parenting blogs.
The wife of actor Orlando Bloom said that she decided to opt for a natural birth without any pain medication after watching baby-bonding videos.
According to ABC News, the Victoria's Secret model noticed in the videos that babies born to mothers who did not have epidurals "come out and go straight for the mother's breast."
But, that, "[The video] showed ones [babies] right after the epidural, and that didn't happen. The baby was a little bit drugged up, and I was like, 'Well I don't want that.' I wanted to give him the best possible start in life I could."
A commenter on Cafe Mom's The Stir blog wrote, "Being a supermodel doesn't make you an expert," and that Kerr should, "choose her words more wisely," the New York Post reported.
Others are backing Kerr's opinions, with one blog posting, "The babies are drugged up when you receive an epidural ... do your research."
Kerr, 29, gave birth to Flynn in January of last year. (ANI)
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