Kristin Cavallari: “We’re Thinking Three”

E!’s Fabulist co-host Kristin Cavallari covers the Fall Fashion issue of Michigan Avenue and opens up about family life with husband, football star Jay Cutler, and their two sons: Camden, 2, and Jaxon, 3 months.

On previously saying she wants a big family: “I think I said that before I had any kids!,” she joked. “Before we had children, Jay and I both wanted four, and now we’re thinking three, but we’re just going to have to see how it goes. Right now the last thing on my mind is having another baby, but it is a ton of fun. We love having kids; Camden is going to be 2 in August, and it’s such a fun age. He’s just starting to talk, and he makes us laugh every single day. I do think we’ll end up having another one, but then we’re done. It’s a lot of work, and being pregnant for a full nine months isn’t the best thing in the world.”

On having two babies: “It’s a lot easier in the sense that you know what to do and expect, so you have a lot more confidence. But you have zero time to yourself now. Camden takes a nap at 1 o’clock, so when Camden’s going down, Jax is just waking up to eat and play, so there’s literally no time. But it’s amazing and really sweet seeing Camden love being a big brother. You’re definitely more relaxed with the second one because you’re not stressed out by questioning everything that you’re doing.”

On Jay: “Jay is a great dad. He’s incredibly hands-on, and he has been since day one. It’s so sweet seeing him with Camden and Jax, and there’s nothing sexier than seeing your husband as a great dad. I couldn’t ask for a better partner in this situation.”

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  • Sharon Barnes

    Oh goody, another mobile, un-immunised germ factory walking around infecting children whose parents had the brains to do the right thing.

    • Cb2


    • Janna

      An un-immunized germ factory (your words) can’t infect an immunized child (ie, children whose parents had the brains to do the right thing).

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