Holly Madison had ''fun'' while she was giving birth to her baby daughter Rainbow Aurora after being given an epidural to numb the pain.
Holly Madison had ''fun'' during labour.
The former 'Girls Next Door' star welcomed her first child, daughter Rainbow Aurora, with fiancé Pasquale Rotella into the world earlier this month, and she claims she was so relaxed in hospital after being given an epidural - which numbs everything below the waist - she was ''laughing'' as she gave birth.
Speaking to the new edition of In Touch Weekly magazine, Holly said: ''Just holding her is so much fun. Even the delivery was easy - I was actually laughing as I was pushing! I had an epidural, so it was fun. She made it easy on me.''
Although the blonde beauty has only been a mother for less than a month, she is already thinking about expanding her family and she and Pasquale plan to give Rainbow lots of siblings.
She added ''We want Rainbow to have lots of brothers and sisters. I'd love to have six!''
Holly, 33, previously defended her daughter's name, which she took from an old school friend, and isn't ''worried'' about Rainbow being teased as she grows up.
She said: ''I want my daughter to be proud of who she is and learn to speak up and stand up for herself at a young age. I spent most of my life being a people-pleaser who worried about what other people thought or thought was cool and I don't want that for her.
''I have always loved the name Rainbow. There was a girl in my school a few years younger than me named Rainbow and I was so envious of her name because it was so pretty and unusual. She was perfectly normal, well-adjusted, sporty girl, by the way, so I'm not worried about my daughter being 'traumatised' by having an unusual name.''