Kourtney Kardashian Talks Breastfeeding On 'Today', Says Sisters Encouraged Her To Quit Early

If you've watched even one episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," you know that privacy is a foreign word to that family and that the sisters get involved in every aspect of each others' lives. Kourtney Kardashian, mother of the adorable Mason, admitted on the "Today" show yesterday that her sisters even pressured her into quitting breastfeeding when her son was 14-months old.

"I think I stopped early because my sisters were like 'OK, it's time, it's time,'" she says. "I miss it, I loved it."

During the last season of "Keeping Up," Kourtney pressured her boyfriend, Scott Disick, to try and conceive again quickly so that Mason could have a sibling close in age -- like her and Kim. Though she's not pregnant yet, Kourtney plans to ignore her sisters intervening the next time around. Instead of calling breastfeeding quits at 14 months, "I think next time I would do two years," she says.