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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Kendra Wilkinson: I don't know about new baby

Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson admits that "every day her mind changes" about whether to have more kids.

The reality star and her husband Hank Baskett III are parents to two-year-old Hank IV. The couple have been considering having another baby for quite some time.

Kendra and Hank just can't seem to come to a decision.

"We did plan on having another kid pretty soon," she told People magazine. "Every day our mind changes."

When babies aren't around, Kendra and Hank are up for the idea of expanding their family.

"Hank and I were in the kitchen and I was scooping some watermelon and I was like, 'You know what? Let's have another baby within a couple of months,'" she shared.

"I don't know. It was just a sudden spark. And he was all excited and we kind of just made this decision."

Recently one of Kendra's friends brought her newborn over on a visit and the star is now put off by the prospect of caring for an infant.

"I just got really nervous," she explained. "The baby was crying and had poopy diapers. And I just got an instant baby phobia. I looked at Hank behind my best friend's back, and I shook my head, 'No.' "

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