Kim Kardashian: I'd Have 'a Million' More Kids, but It's Not That Easy

Kim Kardashian: I'd Have 'a Million' More Kids, but It's Not That Easy
Kim Kardashian and Ellen DeGeneres, with a photo of North West
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01/17/2014 AT 08:30 AM EST

Kim Kardashian could talk for hours about family life with baby North and "amazing dad" Kanye West, but has less to say about West's recent alleged altercation with a man in Beverly Hills.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 33, is so enamored of her 7-month-old daughter that her dreams for an ideal family have grown even bigger.

"I always wanted about six. After having her, I would have a million," Kardashian says in an interview airing Friday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

The only thing holding her back from birthing the population of a major city? That pesky thing called pregnancy.



"I wouldn't really wish that upon anyone. Anyone," she says. "It's all worth it in the end, so I would definitely suffer through that. But pregnancy was not a good experience for me. At all."

For now, baby North is one in a million, and West is "the most amazing dad," Kardashian says.

"He loves her so much. He just left to go out of town, so I send him a picture and video every day. And he's like, 'She grew up so much,' and I'm like, 'Babe, it's been one day. You haven't seen her in a day. Not a lot has changed.' But he really is a hands-on dad."

Well, except when it comes to diapers. "He's not a diaper kind of guy, and that's okay," says Kardashian. "I know it sounds crazy, but I love my time with her when she's on the changing table. She tries to talk so much, and I really enjoy that bonding time when I'm with her."



Kardashian also shares new photos of North on the show and talks wedding plans – it will happen this summer, but they still don't have a date or location. But she is less forthcoming about West's recent scuffle with a man in Beverly Hills who allegedly insulted her.

"I wish I could tell you what went on," she says. "I really do, but you know legally I can't."



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