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Is Kourtney Kardashian expecting baby number 3?
by Missy Jaramillo
When you're a member of the Kardashian family, you know you're bound to be in the spotlight. One of the three most famous sisters who happens to be making headlines as of late is Kourtney Kardashian. While she hasn't gone through pregnancy in quite some time, people are speculating that she could be planning for baby number three with boyfriend Scott Disick. In fact, some sources believe that she may already be experiencing first trimester symptoms!
Recently, The Daily Mail reported on Kardashian's shopping trip to Barney's New York, where she was spotted leaving the store with a large bag. The department store is known for carrying designer items, specifically nursery furnishings for parents-to-be. Kardashian herself looked relatively slim, which leads many to believe that she can't possibly be expecting. However, sources close to her say that she's been "inspired" by her sister's recent birth. Kim Kardashian, who's been in the news for her relationship with rapper Kanye West, welcomed a baby girl last month.
"Kourtney has confessed she's expecting," a source told OK! Magazine. "She's very excited and only telling a select few right now - but she just couldn't keep it quiet any longer. Kourtney has that kind of glow she had with Mason and Penelope ... they wanted to have one right after Penelope."
Kardashian and Disick already have two children together - a boy, Mason, and a baby girl, Penelope. Some who spotted Kardashian on a recent trip to Mexico claimed that she was seemingly steering clear of alcohol and raw fish - two big no-nos for pregnant women.
Could I be pregnant?
Some of the most common first trimester symptoms include nausea, morning sickness, vomiting and fatigue. These days, there are several pregnancy tests that women can purchase over-the-counter to see if they may be expecting. However, a doctor's visit is necessary to confirm the results and prepare for the nine months ahead.
Not all women will begin to show a growing belly in the first trimester, so don't use this as a prime indication of pregnancy! It's best to talk to a pregnancy expert such as your primary care physician for more information on what to expect in the near future.
How did you first recognize that you were pregnant? Did you struggle with morning sickness? Leave your feedback in the comments section!