Since welcoming their fourth child into the world, Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have been on different pages when it comes to growing their family even more. Kim admitted that she was content being a mom of four, while Kanye revealed he had always hoped to be a dad of seven.
Well, now that Kim and Kanye have been in isolation with their four little ones for the last few weeks, Kim admitted that she’s putting her foot down and taking the possibility of having a fifth child off the table. While talking with the hosts of The View from her home, Kim explained it’s been really tough keeping her four children busy during this time.
“Let me say, being at home with four kids — if I ever thought for a minute that I wanted another one, that is out the door. It’s really tough,” Kim said while on The View. Nonetheless, the mom said they’ve managed to stay busy by watching every movie you could think of while staying up to date on their school work as well.
Kim Kardashian Says the Possibility of a Fifth Kid Is Off the Table After Isolation
“The kids just got on spring break, thank God! Being their teacher, too — my newfound respect for teachers! They deserve so much. It’s been tough juggling it all. You really have to put yourself on the back burner and just focus on the kids.”
While talking with Laura Wasser on the All’s Fair podcast, Kim admitted that while she thinks she could handle two more kids, she knows that it would be best if they just stuck to being a family of six. “I just can’t do more ’cause I really want to go to [law] school and I really want to do all this stuff.”
“I could do two more, but I just don’t think I should,” Kim said. “I’d have to go through [in vitro fertilization]. I’m gonna turn 40 — I don’t want to be an old mom. I think four’s good.”
The beauty mogul went on to say that she also wants to be able to give all of her children the same amount of attention, and isn’t sure that would be possible if she and Kanye tried for baby number five and six. It’s unclear how Kanye feels after being in isolation but as with all things, only time will tell.
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