“Maybe one more. I’d like to have at least one more, a little girl,” she tells Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson. “I want a girl and then maybe another one. You know, one baby at a time.”
When asked how being a mother has changed her life, the 28-year-old singer/actress responded:
Oh wow, well it, of course, is the most amazing thing ever. But it’s hard to put into words because it’s something you have to experience to understand. I love every minute of it.
Last month, at a Whitney Museum gala in New York City, Jennifer spoke to Us about some of David’s milestones: He’s been “working on his smile and turning over,” she shared. “He really thinks he can talk! He really tries. No words come out, of course. He’s like, ‘Ahhh!’ He says hi!”
Jennifer and fiancé, David Otunga Sr., have plans to raise their son close to family: “Chicago would definitely be it because that is where all the family is. I feel like he should be surrounded by family. That’s where the biggest support system is and if we live somewhere else, then we will have to bring the family wherever we are.”
The Sex and the City stars also tells Access Hollywood about the strength and inspiration which comes from her own mother, Darnell Donerson, who was tragically killed last year along with Jennifer’s brother and nephew: “[My mother] was the stronger person – woman I have ever seen. Every day, I’m like, ‘Wow, I didn’t realize I am so much like my mother until now.”