Cupid's Pulse Article: Source Says Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Will Be Ready for Baby #2 Post-WeddingCupid's Pulse Article: Source Says Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Will Be Ready for Baby #2 Post-Wedding

By Gabby Robles

After almost five months since baby North West’s birth, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have begun planning for a second child. According to, a source reveled that the couple plan to get pregnant next summer after their wedding. The source says, Kardashian “wants her kids to be close in age,” and West “wants a huge family.” Guess they want to get started!

How do you know how many children is right for your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Children are a beautiful miracle and really bring joy to this world. You hear about couples that share eight children but other people only have one child.  How do you know when is when? Don’t worry, Cupid has your back:

1. Talk about it: This is a conversation that you and your partner should have a mutual decision about. You both need to be on the same page or else resentment will form in between you two. When the baby conversation comes up, simply ask “How many do you see us having?” If the number doesn’t match yours, share your feelings. Maybe he never thought about having three instead of two and now that the thought is in his mind, it’s looking better and better!

Related: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Are Engaged

2. Be realistic: In the 1950s, having six children was a no-brainer, but the times have changed. It’s hard to have a big family and still be able to maintain a happy, healthy home. If you and your man are both lives well within your means and are both interested in having a huge family, then go for it! But if you guys are still working hard everyday, you might want to hold back.

Related: Kris Jenner Says Baby North Looks Like Both of Her Parents

3. Think of the times: Nowadays, three or four children make a big family. You don’t need to go through labor and have multiple twins to achieve the “fullness” that you and your man might crave to have in your house. Go with how you feel once your first child is born and go from there, don’t set a number and just stick to it.

How did you know how many children were right for you and your man? Share in the comments below!