Time magazine breast-feeding cover: 'The View' hosts weigh in on attachment parenting

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time-magazine-breastfeeding-cover-time-mag.jpg Barbara Walters and company took some time to enjoy "The View" of Time magazine's latest cover on Thursday's (May 10) episode of the daytime talk show. While the hosts chatted, a blown-up image of the cover was projected behind the ladies with a black circle covering the mouth of a 3-year-old attached to his mom's breast.

Reading from the magazine's article, Walters explains the concept of attachment parenting, which encompasses tenets like extended breast-feeding, "baby wearing" and co-sleeping.

"What about Octomom or the Duggars? Are they supposed to sleep with all their children," co-host Joy Behar quips.

While mom of three Elizabeth Hasselbeck notes that co-sleeping can have a negative effect on a woman's relationship with her spouse.

"That's birth control right there," she says.

What do you think about the idea of attachment parenting? 
Photo/Video credit: Time magazine