Kourtney: Don’t bother me after birth!
Kourtney Kardashian has explained the way she prefers to handle the few months after giving birth, as she prepares to welcome third child.
The pregnant 35-year-old is due in December, and seeing as she’s already a mother to Mason, five and Penelope, two, she’s got an established nursing procedure in place. Apparently, this involves no baby nurse and complete peace.
“I love doing everything myself at the beginning,” she told American magazine Fit Pregnancy. “I’m not getting a baby nurse. I take two months off and no one is allowed to bother me or talk to me about anything work-related — or maybe three months this time.”
The eldest of the Kardashian clan and her partner Scott Disick are accustomed to parenthood by now. And for Kourtney, it’s the one-on-one time she values.
“I nursed Mason for 14 months and Penelope for 16, and I loved it,” she said. “It was built-in time that the two of us could share alone every day. I didn’t have any goals or expectations.”
Kourtney also revealed that childbirth has been somewhat of a dream for her. She claims her hospital-based deliveries went by without a hitch.
“Both were really easy. I actually pulled both babies out of me! I was out of the hospital so fast both times because I just wanted to get home. I stayed in my pajamas for 30 days and kept the house really quiet,” the brunette beauty revealed. “It’s the only time I feel I have that excuse to shut everyone out and shut everything off. That time is a gift.”
But she certainly won’t be giving birth at home. Kourtney explained she saw her younger sister Khloé born at home but feels it’s “smarter and safer” to do it in a hospital. In fact, she’s got the whole procedure planned out.
“I really want a calm environment, and with too many people in the room, it’s hard to focus on what’s going on,” she said. “This time I think I’ll have some calming music. Just no candles — I don’t want any fire situations.”
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