Khloe Kardashian is really excited for the ''nesting'' stage of her pregnancy as she prepares for the arrival of her first child with her partner Tristan Thompson.
Khloe Kardashian is excited for the ''nesting'' stage of her pregnancy.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is expecting her first child with her partner Tristan Thompson and can't wait to organise her home ahead of the baby's arrival.
Writing on her app, she shared: ''I heard later in your third trimester you go through a stage called 'nesting' where you just want to clean and organize everything. My sisters said I would love that, LOL ... I am actually looking forward to it. I just want everything organized and planned and as perfect as possible before the baby comes.''
Meanwhile, the 33-year-old reality star previously revealed she ''can't wait'' to get her pre-pregnancy body back.
When talking about her pregnancy cravings, she shared: ''During my pregnancy, I'm obviously not beating myself up about what I'm eating at all. I'm more encouraged by how, after the baby comes, I'm going to work off every pound. I'm actually really excited to get my body back. I can't wait! Of course, I can't go as hard as I did before, and I really do miss my intense workouts. Honestly, though, I'm just happy I still have the energy!''
And Khloe recently admitted that the ''worst part'' of her pregnancy so far has been keeping it a secret from her family.
She explained: ''Even though expecting a baby is SO exciting, the first trimester can be the worst. The worst part was keeping this major secret from my family, though! I'm with my sisters pretty much every single day, so it was hard to not be able to say why I was so sick or couldn't do certain things. We wanted to tell everybody at one time, which made things even more tricky - how do you get all those people together in one room?! - but it was so amazing when we finally did! Keeping the secret from the outside world wasn't as big of a deal for me. I believe there are certain things that need to be held private and for yourself. It was beautiful to have something that was just ours. (sic)''
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