Is Teresa Giudice Ready For Baby No. 5?

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Teresa Giudice admits husband Joe wants a fifth baby!

Real Housewives of New Jersey couple Teresa Giudice and husband Joe are looking to continue the Giudice legacy with the birth of a baby boy!

“I try to be Superwoman,” Teresa reveals to “My husband Joe is telling me that we should have another baby he wants to try for a boy.”

So what’s the hold up? Well, Teresa is already spread pretty thin with promotional work for RHONJ, Celebrity Apprentice, the release of her third cookbook Fabulicious: Fast & Fit, due out May 8, and caring after her four daughters Gia, 11, Gabriella, 8, Milania, 6 and Audriana, 2.

Teresa runs the entire household including cooking the family dinners, driving her kids to after-school activities, and doing the laundry, without a nanny. Giudice only has a cleaning lady come over every other week.

And to top it all off, the youngest daughters, Milania and Audriana require Teresa to lay with them until they fall asleep. “Then I go back to my bed and Joe wants some action,” she laughs. “He always says ‘you’re so tired!'”

“Whenever I ask Joe, what he wants for his birthday, he replies: ‘Another baby!'”

And while Teresa would fully love a fifth child if it happens, she is perfectly content with her four beautiful daughters. “I’m just so grateful that I have healthy kids and I think I understand why God sent me four girls,” she explains. “I grew up with a brother, Joe (Gorga), and we were close when we were young, but not so much now. But with my girls, we can be best friends, and they will have each other. Sisters will always stick together.”

Was that a dig at brother Joe? You decide! And tell us what you think about Teresa and Joe Giudice procreating some more. How do you feel about that?

[Photo via Pacific Coast News.]

Article Posted 3 years Ago
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