Kourtney Kardashian And Scott Disick Reportedly ‘Done Having Kids,’ Kourtney Wants Tubes Tied

Addam Corré - Author

Dec. 25 2014, Updated 6:38 a.m. ET

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick may not be the most traditional couple when it comes to swapping wedding vows, but that fact hasn’t stopped them from having three children together, with baby Reign Aston being born just the other day.

Despite the recent reports suggesting a rift between the Keeping up with the Kardashians pair, with Scott apparently reverting to his partying ways, all seems well back at the ranch when they welcomed their new baby boy excitedly.

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As a source revealed to Radar Online, the couple is thrilled with the new arrival, but having more kids may not be in their future. “They are totally in love with their new little boy but they said that they are done having any more children. Kourtney is actually looking into getting her tubes tied as soon as she can,” the source alleged.

Just four days ago, the happy couple posted an image of their baby’s hand on Instagram, along with the caption, “Madly in love with my little Reign Aston Disick.” However, a photograph showing the face of the new baby has yet to be posted.

The source continued to provide details on the new Kourtney Kardashian – Scott Disick baby, saying, “Scott could not be any happier right now that he has two sons and a baby girl. He has told Kourtney it’s a man’s house now and [she and Penelope] are totally outnumbered.”

The source went onto explain that the couple is now looking to hire some help for the children as Kourtney wants to return to work as soon as possible, “They are so blessed to have healthy, wonderful children but they just cannot handle any more kids right now. They need to hire extra help because Kourtney wants to get back to work.”

Regarding the recent reports of Scott Disick’s partying habits, an insider told Radar, “Scott has not had a drink in weeks now. Seriously.”


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