Kim Kardashian opens up about being a mom

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Kim’s biggest pregnancy craving: “Mostly cheese,” she tells fans.
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The most famous mom in America has been opening up about baby North and finding balance in an ongoing fan Q&A, hosted by Mobio INsider. Not surprisingly, many of the questions revolve around how Kardashian has adapted to motherhood. It’s one of the few parts of her life that isn’t shown on “The Kardashians,” as she and fiance Kanye West have made a conscious effort to shield North from the media as much as they can.

When it comes to her favorite thing about her baby, Kardashian tells fans, “It’s really hard to choose, but her baby smell and laugh!” And despite keeping North away from the public for now, Kardashian reveals that North will be attending a “normal” school when she’s older. “She will for sure go to school, but we need to do our research,” she reveals.

And of course, the question of how exactly she manages to do it all inevitably came up. “The key is balance and a good schedule. We put the baby to sleep, then go to the concert. I make time for me, and my fiance too so I can be the best mom to her. Naturally your priorities change too, so it’s so easy to adjust for me. I love every minute of it!” she says.

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