Stubborn Kanye West Wants 7 Children And He Has Been Harassing Kim Kardashian About That -- Could Adoption Be An Option?
Could it be that Kim Kardashian is getting ready to welcome baby number 4 with her husband, Kanye West?
If the latest rumors have any legs, the power couple, who had children naturally and via surrogacy, will turn to adoption this time around.
A source told Heat magazine via Life and Style that Kim and the famous rapper have started the process to adopt a boy from Armenia.
The decision was made after the duo visited an orphanage in the European country.
The source shared: “They’ve been in contact with an orphanage in Armenia that they visited three years ago, and they are planning a trip over there in the next few weeks. [Her late father] Robert’s family was Armenian, so it feels natural. Kim doted on her dad and would love a little boy who reminds her of him.”
The report is not all that far-fetched because Kim is very open about her Armenian roots and often talks about honoring her late father, Robert.
Moreover, on a recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians , Kim said Kanye wants seven children.
Larsa Pippen and Kim had a long conversation about having more children on the reality TV series that went like this.
Larsa: “How did you get so lucky with all your kids? They’re all so good.” Kim: “Kanye wants to have more, though. He’s been harassing me. He wants like seven. He’s like stuck on seven.”
Larsa: “Okay, he needs to name his next album Seven and like lighten up on the kids' situation. Seven kids is crazy!”
Kim went on to talk about the school shootings by saying: “That’s crazy. I could never, especially in like the world we live in. I’ve been kind of hesitant about having more kids just because it literally keeps me up at night, thinking about how my kids will survive in a crazy world like this.”
Larsa: “I hear you. And people have been trying to kidnap, rob, take you, so that plays into all that.”
Kim and Kanye are parents to Chicago, eight months old, and North, 5, and son Saint, 2.