Khloé Kardashian has been incredibly honest about the ups and downs of motherhood since welcoming her baby girl True into the world in the April of 2018.

 

The businesswoman has now opened up about her desire to have a baby boy in a Twitter Q&A. Khloé admitted that she longed to have a son, but “god blessed her with” baby True.

 

Khloé tweeted about why she hoped to have a son: “I wanted a boy so badly because Mason and I are so close. I love our bond.”

 

 

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The mum continued: “I felt confident in having a boy but God blessed me with my precious True and now I wouldn’t know what to do with a boy.”

 

“True has made me sweeter and more gentle. God gives you what you need,” Khloé shared.

 

She gushed about the bond she shares with True, calling her “My BFF 4Life.”

 

 

Motherhood isn’t an easy journey, but Khloé shared that the best thing about being a mum is having the opportunity to “raise a beautiful, strong and intelligent young lady.”

 

Khloé may be loving every moment she shares with her daughter, but she did admit there is one thing she’s not looking forward to.

 

She told one fan: “The teenage girl part I don’t think I’m that excited about LOL I remember how I was as a teenager,” she joked.

 

 

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Luckily, Khloé has plenty of time to get ready before those dreaded teenage years.

 

“Oh my goodness! Thank God I have a couple years to prepare for this,” she said.

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