Trainor, 27, spoke on having more children in an interview with E! News’ “Daily Pop,” who also featured her brother, Ryan Trainor, as the two promoted their new podcast, “Workin’ On It.”
“I hope I have a baby girl next. Yeah, I’m working on my health and my fitness,” the singer said. “I just want to focus on my body again, and then get super pregnant.”
Trainor says she’s “hoping for twins,” this time around with her husband, Daryl Sabara.
“I just want to get two-in-one done,” she said. “I want a baby girl. I love my baby boy, but I want him to have a sister.”
She has always wanted a big family, as she admitted to Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford in February 2019.
“I want, like, too many kids,” she said. “Everyone is like, two! I’m like, six!”
In the interim, Trainor is so excited for baby Riley’s very first Christmas.
“My decorating has already begun,” she said. “I have this fall theme going on on my dining room table … But for Christmas, I’m really considering hiring help to just deck out my house … I want Instagram-worthy stuff for him … it’s for my baby boy!”
Recently, Trainor shared a sweet clip of her 6-month-old non-stop laughing as his parents waved around an empty garbage bag.
“I’ll do this all day to hear that laugh,” she wrote in the caption.
This past July, Trainor spoke with Today‘s co-host Hoda Kotb about her recent choice to bottle-feed her 5-month-old son instead of breastfeeding as a new momma.
“I was pumping as soon as I got to my room after the C-section. (But) I really struggled making milk,” Trainor revealed. “So finally, I was like, ‘I’m done.’”
“Everyone was like, ‘Good for you. I’m proud that you even tried,’” Trainor recalled. “I never felt guilty.”
And when it comes to baby Riley, unsurprising to most, he is just happy to be there.
“If I walk in a room, he just lights up,” Trainor shared. “No one told me, ‘He’s gonna love you so much and light up when you walk in a room. You’re like, ‘Oh my goodness. We’re his everything.’”
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