Brooklyn Decker Missed A Flight Because She Was Pumping Breast Milk

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…so she freaked out and drank a bunch of wine.

Model Brooklyn Decker went a little off the rails during a weird, spiraling Twitter vent on Wednesday. Why? Because she missed her flight after heading to a restroom to quickly pump milk for her kid Hank.

Here’s the sitch: her flight was delayed two hours, so Decker tweeted that passengers were told they could de-plane, which is when the 29-year-old went to handle her business, but came back to a closed flight.

“2 mechanical delays. Told we could de-plane. I did. Pumped in the bathroom,” Decker wrote. “Returned 15 min later. Flight closed. Deeeeep breaths.” In a tweet that followed, she added, “WHO LETS PASSENGERS OFF, THEN CLOSES THE GATE SHORTLY AFTER?!? *GULPS WINE* MISSES BABY *SOBS*”

According to People, It was Decker’s first time leaving her son, as she was only expected to stay over for a night and didn’t think it “[made] sense to fly him back & forth.”

Admitting that she didn’t know why she decided to share her experience, but that she was “living. And tweeting. Whilst drinking,” Decker turned her thoughts onto the multi-faceted life of women. “As women and as moms we try to do it all but it sure ain’t easy,” she tweeted, adding, “Crazy thing is I got off to pump thinking, ‘I don’t want to offend the guy next to me.’ But why? He probably sucked a boob too. #winemusings.”

Yeah. I don’t really understand what happened with the flight, but also, she probably got on the next one pretty easily, and with a nice lil buzz going on.  For whatever reason, I kinda feel like Brooklyn wasn’t following directions- like she was super into her baby (and that’s reasonable!) and wandered off.

Hey, more overpriced airport wine for Brooklyn! Momming AIN’T easy.

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