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Kim Kardashian has called her 7-month-old nephew Mason the "cutest baby in the entire world." But on Thursday, she gave sister Kourtney's son a much more dubious honor -- calling him "the best birth control ever!" During a visit to Ryan Seacrest's radio show, Kardashian, 29, explained that watching Mason made her realize that she wanted to stay childless... for now. "I'm happy to wait a few years," she said. And right now, she wants to spend time on herself: "I'm definitely in a huge love affair with my career." (What is Kim Kardashian's career, again?)
This is a serious change of heart for the reality star: just a few months ago, when shooting the current season of Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami, Kardashian gushed that she "can't wait to have a baby just like (Mason)." She also blogged about her baby lust last September during Kourtney's pregnancy, after shopping for baby clothes. "I just wanted to shop for pink or blue, haha!" wrote the impatient aunt. "I want Kourt and Scott to find out already!! I want a baby!!!!"
But it sounds like Kim has since realized what many women don't know until they become moms themselves: having a baby is 99% hard work, 1% shopping for cute clothes at Baby Gap. Now that it's hip to be a celebrity mama, we imagine lots of Hollywood women are sucked into the illusion that motherhood is an adorable hobby, rather than a full-time job. As far as we're concerned, any young woman who "can't wait" to have a baby should take a cue from Kim Kardashian and spend 24 hours with one first.
Even so -- it's a little rude to refer to your nephew as "birth control," don't you think? Kim had good intentions, but we think she owes Kourtney a day's worth of diaper changes. Talk about birth control!
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