McKellar is all grown up now and she's a mother with strong views on parenting. Some may deem those views unconventional.
McKellar is a proponent of attachment parenting, a style of child rearing that focuses on forming nurturing bonds through, among other things, extended breastfeeding, co-sleeping (allowing child to sleep in the same bed with parents), positive discipline and constantly being physically close to the child.
"I breastfed my child till he was two and a half," McKellar, 38, said in an interview with ABC News' Abbie Boudreau. "That was just, like, a few weeks ago that we stopped. Big transition."
McKellar said it was a bigger transition for her than for her son, Draco.
"I just sensed that it was time that he needed to be a little more independent," she said.
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