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12 Reasons Why The Kardashian Sisters Should WAIT Before Having More Children

Should the girls wait before having more kids?

We’ll admit that with all the crazy things they say, do, and wear, the Kardashian clan has grabbed America’s attention, but whether they’ve touched our hearts, we can’t say.  As tight knit and family-oriented as they are, there are still plenty of reasons we think why Khloe, Kourtney, and Kim should wait before bringing more children to the family.

Family matriarch Kris Jenner has recently confessed to putting pressure on her daughters to produce grandchildren for their family, but could that really be a good idea?

Older sister Kourtney has expressed her feelings about wanting a second child (but doesn’t want to marry baby daddy Scott Disick), while Kim has been teasing the media by stepping out in maternity cover ups.  Outspoken sister Khloe, meanwhile, dedicated a whole reality television show on wanting to have a baby, with no end result.

What do you think?  Should the Kardashian sisters wait a few years before entering motherhood?  Should Kourtney marry Scott before having more kids?  Tell us your thoughts and check out the twelve reasons why we think the Kardashian girls should wait.

 

 

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    They are young, fun, and some might say gorgeous. They should live it up a few more years before settling down, right?
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    Kim has often been photographed running errands while wearing loose fitting maternity clothes. A bit of a tease, isn't it?
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    Khloe has chronicled her "baby making" plans on her reality television show with hubby Lamar, but with no end result. Although we might not know the real reason why they have failed to get pregnant, wanting your own reality TV show to talk about how you want to produce seems a bit tacky.
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    More grandchildren will only mean more reality shows from each sister. Does the E! channel even have enough time slots for all of them?
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    The girls often show very little respect to their mother, Kris, by using profanity directed at her on their reality show. We can only wonder how the girls would feel if their own daughters used such language towards them.
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    Kourtney was filmed on her show, "Khloe and Kourtney Take Miami" pumping breast milk while intoxicated after a night out on the town. We're sure this is a scene baby Mason is not going to want to revisit when he is older.
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    The girls seem very busy doing… what they're doing. Their numerous promotions, television spots, and reality shows might make it hard for them to squeeze in anytime for motherhood.
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    Mom Kris has recently confessed to putting pressure on her older daughters to produce grandchildren. It might be us, but wanting grandkids out of love rather than publicity should be the way to go, and not the other way around.
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    Kourtney says she wants to have another baby, but doesn't want to marry baby daddy Scott Disick, even though mom Kris and sister Kim have put pressure on her to do so.
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    Even though Kim is getting married to her fiancé Kris Humphries in a matter of weeks, the couple barely know each other and have been dating for only a few months. Maybe they should extend their honeymoon period for a few years before having children?
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    If the girls do get pregnant and have daughters, how many more "K" names can they come up with?
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    There's no doubt that Scott Disick is a great father to his son Mason, but he might want to continue keeping his anger management issues and alcohol problems in check before having another child.

 

Photos: PCN, E!

 

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