Kendra Wilkinson Dishes On Parenting

Kendra Wilkinson Dishes On Parenting

Former The Girls Next Door bombshell Kendra Wilkinson is a little more play and a lot less Playboy these days!

The yummy mummy – who welcomed son Hank IV with husband Hank Baskett in 2009 – dishes about living life with Baby Zone and the joys of parenting her curly-haired cutie pie.

Kendra discusses her golden rule of parenting, emphasizing the need to not take things too seriously and to enjoy all parts of life – even the not-so-fun ones – with your family.

Don’t take everything so seriously. Just have fun. Let him fall. I’m just having a lot of fun. If he cries for two hours, I’m going to laugh at him for two hours because he’s turning 2. So, he’ll go for about two hours screaming and crying non-stop and all he wants is me to pick him up. We have a lot of personality in our family and we love each other so much and we can talk smack to each other and laugh about it and have fun with it. And he’s getting that, too. He’s getting my laugh, too.”

The Kendra starlet also claims that her 1-year-old baby boy is a very loving and thoughtful little guy, two traits that she feels he inherited from his mommy and daddy.

“He naturally is a warm person. A person that loves people,” she proudly gushes. “He cares for others and he cares so much.”

Although she cannot live without his nap time and dislikes the two hour melt down moments, the mom-of-one candidly reveals the time she knew her life was clearly in the baby zone!

… my first party I went to after giving birth to Hank, I went to Eve nightclub in Vegas and my boobs started leaking. I couldn’t do anything so I breastfed myself [laughs]. And it tasted sweet, too! ”

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  1. Anonymous

    I like that Kendra is very honest and doesn;t sugar code motherhood.

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  2. Anonymous

    I hope she’s exaggerating about the 2 hrs. If a toddler is crying to be held, it is pretty cruel to watch him cry for 2 hours instead of holding him for 5 minutes. Of COURSE she wouldn’t always be able to pick him up right when he started crying, but even if it took 20 minutes to get to him, there’s a huge difference between that and two hours.

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    • Anonymous

      I HOPE she didn’t mean that he cries for 2 hours without getting picked up! Her comment was unclear. She said he cries for 2 hours and wants to be picked up. Hopefully that means he’s being picked up and crying too. I’m not sure she meant that she doesn’t comfort him, but who knows..

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  3. Anonymous

    Looks beautiful baby

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  4. Nicole)

    They havs great family and 24 hour we career they family<3

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