Although Kim has leaned on sister Kourtney for learning about parenthood, she said nothing will come close to actually giving birtharound July.
“I think I’ve had a really good example by watching Kourtney for sure on how to juggle motherhood and a career and a great relationship and stuff like that,” Kim said. “But I think you’re never really prepared until you go through it yourself, so all the advice, it can’t really help that much.” But it doesn’t seem like we will get to see first-hand how Kim will adjust to motherhood, since she revealed that she plans to keep both the birth and her baby “private.” But Kardashian fans, don’t be disappointed yet, Kim said there will be some baby talk on this season of “Kourtney & Kim Take Miami,” which premieres Sunday on E! (MTV)
“It’s very exciting. I’m very happy for Kim and happy for Kanye. I was looking at pictures of them online and they just look so happy, really, really happy. I’m really happy for her. [Words of wisdom for Kim?] Oh my God, yeah, I’ve got so many words of wisdom. She’s not going [to need them] until they get about five or six but, you know, I think the key to being a good parent is just to remember you were once a child. I think when you have that perspective, everything floats.” (Pop Stop TV)
Earlier this month, former “Jersey Shore” personality Snookidished out some advice to the fellow reality star.
“I recommend Kim to just don’t push it with the working and just relax and enjoy being pregnant because I miss being pregnant now,” she told MTV News on Monday. “I think Kim and Kanye are going to be really good parents. Obviously, they are in love with each other, and I think Kim has finally found her man. They both love fame and the spotlight so I think they are a perfect match and I think they are going to be great parents.” (MTV)
Mega rap icon Kanye West formally announced Kardashian’s pregnancy a day before New Year’s Eve.
The rapper announced at a concert Sunday night that his girlfriend is pregnant. He told the crowd of more than 5,000 at Revel Resort’s Ovation Hall in song form: “Now you having my baby.” The crowd roared. And so did people on the Internet. The news instantly went viral on Twitter and Facebook, with thousands posting and commenting on the expecting couple. (CBS News)