The new mom brought out her daughter James during a sit-down with the L.A. Times and breastfed her during the interview, cracking jokes while she was at it.
"'Hi,' Blake Lively says, extending her free hand. Her other one is occupied, cradling her swaddled newborn, who nurses at her chest," L.A. Times writer Amy Kaufman wrote. "She sits down on a couch, props a pillow on her lap and continues breast-feeding."
"She acts as if it's not a big deal - having her baby here, in this hotel room with us - but it kind of feels like seeing a unicorn," she continued. Blake and her hubby Ryan Reynolds have not shown one picture of their daughter to the media just yet – and only recently revealed her name - so seeing James in the flesh is kinda a big deal.
"I am asked not to describe what the baby looks like - but how do you really describe a infant anyway, other than cute?," Amy continued. "Thanks for that," Blake said. "Please don't describe my areolas, either."
According to the L.A. Times, Blake is given "occasional five minutes of time between press obligations for 'motherly duties,'" with Blake adding, "I wish my child adhered by the Lionsgate press schedule. This is practically the first time I've left the house."
Still, Blake does want more kids, saying, "It's addictive. Having a baby is just living in the constant unexpected. You never know when you're gonna get crapped on or when you're gonna get a big smile or when that smile immediately turns into hysterics."
"It might be like living with a drug addict," she continued. "But you have a baby and you think, 'I can't imagine ever not having a baby,' because they grow up so quickly. I'd be an 80-year-old woman with a baby if I could."
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