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Jason Biggs ‘Upset He Can’t Breastfeed,’ says Wife Jenny Mollen

"Orange Is The New Black" New York Premiere
Gary Gershoff—WireImage NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 25: Actors Jenny Mollen (L) and Jason Biggs attend 'Orange Is The New Black' New York Premiere at The New York Botanical Garden on June 25, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Gary Gershoff/WireImage)

Orange is the New Black Star goes all out for new son, says wife

Jason Biggs wishes he had milk ducts.

Bigg’s wife Jenny Mollen said the Orange Is the New Black star is so into being a dad, he even wishes he could breastfeed their son, Sid. “Jason is a total mom. He was upset that he can’t breastfeed,” she told ABC News. “For a while he was like, ‘Wait, can’t you pump so that I can give him the bottle?’ He’s all about it.” The actress and author isn’t shy about her embrace of breastfeeding — she regularly posts nursing images on her Instagram account.

Despite Bigg’s attachment, Mollen explained that since the pair currently conflicting schedules as she promotes her new book of funny essays, “I Like You Just the Way I Am,” and he continues working on Orange is the New Black, she’ll be taking their son along with her. “I’m trying to make peace for the fact that I don’t have a nanny so it’s going to be a lot of one-on-one time with my mom,” she said. “That’s what I’m dealing with!”

Is it because she can breastfeed and he can’t? Probably.

At least he doesn’t want to drink it.

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