Kanye Doesn't Change North West's Diapers? Kim Kardashian A 'Natural' Mother, Says Friend

Kanye 'Holds the Baby All the Time,' Source Says

Kanye West allegedly doesn't change his child North West's diapers, a source claimed, according to reports. The hip-hop mogul is a proud new father of a child with his girlfriend Kim Kardashian, and despite not wanting to deal with dirty diapers, he is still very committed to his new family.

Kanye West's aversion to stinky diapers came from a Us Weekly report, which cited that the father of North West, born June 15, doesn't enjoy it.

"He's not changing diapers," an insider told the tabloid publication. Although he won't touch the diapers, it was claimed that he's good at other things- most notably, being there for Kardashian and North West.

"He doesn't leave North for more than an hour," the source continued. "Kanye holds the baby all the time," a separate confidante said.

West isn't the only making adjustments to become a better parent. Kardashian is learning to breastfeed properly, and enjoys it.

"Kim is breast-feeding constantly," a source said. "She's loving it." Her friend, Robin Antin of the Pussycat Dolls, said that Kim was a "natural" when it came to holding the baby.

North, called Nori as a nickname, already has many celebrity fans of the unique name. It was explained as being the "highest point," Kim's mother Kris Jenner said on "The View."

"I love the name North. I'm pro North, absolutely, the way she explained it to me was that North means highest power," Jenner explained on the show. "And she says North is their highest point together, and I thought that was really sweet."

The name prompted mixed reactions from fans. but family and friends of Kardashian and West, including hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, are reportedly fond of the unique moniker. The famous rapper and father of singer Beyonce's daughter, Blue Ivy, was asked what he thought about the name North West at a silent auction held at his 40/40 Club Monday and he responded by giving thumbs as a sign of his support, according to In Touch magazine.