Khloe Kardashian is talking about kids. The release of a line of clothing for kids called Kardashian Kids gives her the opportunity to talk about the topic without coming off sounding like she is pining for someone to give her a baby. But she still manages to reveal some of ther own feelings ont eh topic.
Khloe Kardashian says that her two sisters that have kids -- Kourtney and Kim -- do the lion's share of the work on the Kardashian Kids line, but she is still in teh mix. She told Refinery29:
"With Kardashian Kids, Kourtney and Kim, steer the ship on this one. I’d love to have an opinion — because I’m incredibly opinionated — but I get shot down a lot. 'Cause I like...with kids' stuff, everything is so cute when it’s just shrunk down and so tiny, so it’s easy to just pile on the glitter and the tulle and make it incredibly girly. But, I understand that you can’t have a whole collection made out of that kind of stuff."
Khloe Kardashian coos about kids' personalities and how she observes her nieces and nephews.
"It’s hysterical how kids have their own personalities, even at like three or four. And, it's funny what they tend to like; Penelope likes to dress herself, for example, and what she’s drawn to is totally different than what North is drawn to. And, they’re not even three years old yet! It's so entertaining to watch that."
If Khloe Kardashian does take the baby-making plunge, she'll have plenty of advice from all sides about how to raise and feed them.
"The great thing about all of us is that we each have our own style in everything we do, and parenting is no different. Kourtney is great at giving advice for things like what types of food to buy — even for me as an adult, she’ll tell me what type of milk to get."
As for actually dropping a litter of her won, Khloe indicates that is not a matter of "if" but "when."
"Everyone says that when you have kids, you become crazy (laughs), so I don't know what I’m going to be. But, I’m a really fun aunt, so I hope I’m going to be a fun mom! I like to have fun and be silly and not take myself too seriously with the kids, so I hope that will translate when I actually have my own."