Kourtney Kardashian has spoken frankly about her desire for a bigger family in a new episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." In a conversation with her partner, Scott Disick, she has said she "doesn't believe" in taking birth control pills anymore.
"I'm not going on the pill [after giving birth to daughter Penelope]. I don't believe in it anymore!" she exclaimed in a new preview for the series.
Daughter Penelope was born in July, adding to the couple's family, which includes 2-year-old Mason. The idea of not using birth control apparently made Disick apprehensive, and he immediately exclaimed, "I don't want to be outnumbered by my children!"
Of course, Kardashian is from a large family herself, and it's only natural that she would think about expanding her own family. She and Disick have been together for five years, though they have no plans to get engaged or married.
"We're happy," Disick told Us Weekly magazine. "If it's not broke, don't fix it."
"We're good right now with how things are," Kardashian added. "We're just trying to figure out our new life with two kids."
Now Kardashian is thinking about figuring out how her home can accommodate the new, perhaps growing, brood.
"How many children do you think we could fit in this house?" she asked Disick, before answering her own question with, "In the playroom, I could build bunk beds for four."
Motherhood certainly agrees with Kardashian, as she has raved about the joy of having her two children at this time in her life. She and Disick have been hands-on parents, frequently seen in public with their little ones.
Kardashian has had great practice, with helping to raise her brother Rob and sisters Khloe and Kim. She has also helped bring up her half-sisters, Kendall and Kylie.