Kim Kardashian grew up in a large family; she’s one of Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner’s four children, and one of nine in total counting her half-siblings. And now, Kim is forming quite the brood of her own: The reality star and Kayne West are preparing for life as a family of six. But how does Kim Kardashian feel about having four kids? During a recent appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Kardashian admitted she is apprehensive.
“I was kind of stressing,” Kardashian told Fallon. “My house is so full [but] I heard that parents of four are the most enlightened and calm of all parents,” which is great news… if it’s true, that is. But Kardashian hasn’t always been this calm, and growing her family has not been easy. “I felt the huge change from one to two” kids, she said, adding “that was harder than two to three.”
Thankfully, Kardashian’s oldest children have alleviated some of her stress. The reality star told Fallon “my daughter, my 5-year-old daughter, North and my 3-year-old son Saint are finally getting along.” In 2017, Kardashian admitted her eldest was having a hard time adjusting to Saint.
“North loves Saint. She just is still jealous,” Kardashian explained in a video clip on her app and website. “She needs to still get it together and warm up and be a little bit nicer, but I think she’s getting there. I saw glimmers of hope a week ago. She’s not harmful, she’s not hurting him or anything. She just doesn’t want boys in her room.” Unfortunately, North is going to have to make room in her palace for another boy: Kardashian and West’s fourth child will be her second brother.
As for having four children, we wish Kardashian and West the best of luck — but doubt they need it because, no matter how many kiddos you have, #parentallifeis always surprising, shocking, adventurous and pretty much a circus.