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Kendra Wilkinson Trying For Another Baby To Save Her Marriage?

Taking a bath with a toaster, showing up drunk to work, wearing UGGS on the beach or just in general…these are all bad ideas. The worst though has got to be getting pregnant to save a marriage. It’s a myth that it works and not only do you suffer (which you would anyway) but you bring another life into the world who may also suffer.  Irresponsible.

But no one ever said celebrities or former girlfriends of Hugh Hefner were the brightest people alive. Kendra Wilkinson, currently embroiled in a sex tape scandal that threatens to tear apart her marriage to football star Hank Baskett, is thinking it’s time for baby number 2.

Her and Hank’s son Hank the IV was born on December 10 so if they are looking for something to bond over and a reason to stay together, a six month old baby is probably good enough. Sure, being pregnant will lay the guilt on thicker, but what happens after nine months, 2 years, heck, 10 years? And what if there is a sequel to Kendra’s video?

According to Life & Style this baby making plan has been in the works for some time. “They’ve been trying for a second child for a while. And Kendra hopes it will happen sooner rather than later.”

“Kendra knows she upset Hank over all this sex-tape stuff, and she wants it all to go away,” says an insider. “Focusing on another baby would help. Plus, it would make for more great TV for the show [Kendra].”

Insert the sound of hand slapping forehead because really?  No, really?  The second “great for TV” crosses someone’s mind is the second they should not be having children in their care.

At the moment, the couple seems to be trying to work things out. “They managed to put aside their differences for the sake of their child,” source told Life & Style. “There was some tension, but they managed to get over their problems and focused on the baby.”

I hope that these two can reconcile and at that point will wish them all the best at creating another family member.

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