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Cavallari: Aging makes me sad

Published 11/05/2015

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari feels “really lucky” to be a mother, even though she admits seeing her little boys grow up can be upsetting for her at times.

The 28-year-old reality star-turned-fashionista is married to NFL player Jay Cutler and the couple share two sons together—Camden, two, and Jaxon, 12 months.

And although Kristin can’t rave enough about how wonderful motherhood is, she confesses seeing her children grow up is a bittersweet process.

"It flies by so quickly," she told Us Weekly magazine. "It kind of makes me sad. But they’re both at such fun ages now. They're able to start playing together a little bit now that Jax is one [years old]. It's really nice. I feel like we’re in a really good place. They're both great kids. They’re just a lot of fun. So we're really lucky."

The former The Hills star also gets a kick out of how her sons interact with each other.

Although Kristin says Camden is “a really good big brother”, she notices when the toddler gets annoyed by his sibling.

"He's very protective and very sweet, But he also gets a little upset when Jax tries to take his toys and messes with his stuff," she shared. "He gets a little territorial with some stuff, so it's kind of funny."

Kristin and her other half Jay hope to have three kids total one day.

But she’s unsure exactly when the couple will expand their family.

“Right now our hands are full,” Kristin noted

Kristin wed American football star Jay, 32, in Nashville, Tennessee in June of last year. The couple briefly parted ways after announcing their engagement in July 2011 but reconciled before the year’s end and welcomed Camden the following August.

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