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Crib notes: Breast milk is one mom's ammunition

One lactating lady sprayed police officers with her breast milk after they confronted her regarding a domestic violence charge. The woman, who was allegedly drunk, had locked herself in a car and refused to cooperate with officers. When they tried to pull her from the car, she is said to have informed the officers that she was a breastfeeding mom, then whipped out a breast and sprayed the officers

One lactating lady sprayed police officers with her breast milk after they confronted her regarding a domestic violence charge. The woman, who was allegedly drunk, had locked herself in a car and refused to cooperate with officers. When they tried to pull her from the car, she is said to have informed the officers that she was a breastfeeding mom, then whipped out a breast and sprayed the officers with her mother's milk. Well, that's one way to pump and dump.

It's alright. That's okay. You're going to work for us one day. So goes the chant sung by nerds at many a sporting event. One father who used to find himself cheering loudly for his son's accomplishments in the world of sports is now reevaluating the emphasis he, and many Americans, put on athletic achievement, while often neglecting or downplaying academic successes. He feels that if we want to see the economy stabilize in the long-term, we, as parents, need to cheer on our kids' education the way we cheer on their soccer teams and help them make geek chic.

It's official -- babies are second-class citizens, or at least coach passengers, now that Malaysia Airlines has banned them from first class. It is said the airline was responding to complaints from first class passengers about babies crying. Now, who are the real crybabies we ask you...

Guys, if you want to be a dad, take that cell phone out of your front pocket and take the laptop off of your lap. Also, if you need to get an X-ray, be sure to request a shield for your testicles. You should also avoid hot tubs and tight pants that can overheat the little swimmers. Spandex in particular should be avoided. Okay, that last one is also just a courtesy for the rest of us but you get the point. Speaking of points, try to avoid having anything sharp and pointy stab you down there as even childhood injuries to the testes are proving to affect male fertility later in life. Now go forth and procreate.

Dana Macario is a TODAY Moms contributor and Seattle mom to two sleep-depriving toddlers. She is currently developing an alarm clock that will start an IV coffee drip 10 minutes prior to wake-up time. Once properly caffeinated, she also blogs at www.18years2life.com.