April 22, 2010 01:00 PM by Nancy Floyd
Despite the fact that her husband and co-stars fromÂ Bravo‘sÂ The Real Housewives of New Jersey think she should try for another baby, Teresa Giudice thinks four is more than enough. The reality TV mom who has four daughters under the age of 10 says she’s done having kids. The reality star opens up about not wanting more babies and why she’s glad she never had a son…
Teresa Giudice, star ofÂ Bravo‘sÂ The Real Housewives of New Jersey, is quite content being the mother of four daughters. Even though her husband wants another baby, the reality TV star says four kids is pelnty for her. “I’m done,” Giudice says, adding,Â â€œWould my husband want to have a another child? Yes! He keeps saying letâ€™s have another one. We make such beautiful babies we should go for another one. Iâ€™m like, â€˜Are you crazy?â€™â€
Giudice’s husband isn’t the only one giving her pressure on the baby front. Her co-stars fromÂ Bravo‘sÂ The Real Housewives of New Jersey think the mother of four isn’t quite finished yet either. “The girls even think Iâ€™m going to go again,â€ she said. â€œIâ€™m like, â€˜No, Iâ€™m done! Four is good,â€™â€ Giudice says.
Although her husband would love to have a son, Giudice is happy to be mom to four girls (Gia, 9,Â Gabriella, 5,Â Milania, 4, andÂ Adriana, 7 months) and grateful that she never had a boy.Â â€œIf Iâ€™d had a boy, I would have felt bad,â€ Giudice says. â€œI would have felt like I needed to give him a brother.â€
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