It’s a Big “No!” to More Babies for Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson and River Rose Piece by Piece video

While Kelly Clarkson pretty much has two of the cutest babies alive, the singer has firmly put the kibosh on having any more. In a recent interview with Jenny McCarthy for SiriusXM, Clarkson admitted that both she and husband Brandon Blackstock had gotten “fixed.”

“I was literally pregnant with Remy, and I was like, ‘You are getting fixed. This will never happen to me again,’” Clarkson says of the couple’s decision for Blackstock to have a vasectomy. “If something happens, it’s a miracle of God. I literally told my OBGYN on the table while open, ‘If I get pregnant again, I will find you!’”

Clarkson had two sickness-laden pregnancies, revealing that she was so ill she was hospitalized and that the sickness from her first child was even worst than the first. “I was like hospitalized both pregnancies. And then I thought, I wanted another little buddy [for River]. I didn’t want a kid to just be an odd man out because I felt like that a lot. I wanted her to have somebody her age, like when we’re traveling. And so I thought, ‘OK, we’ll just do it again.’ I was like, ‘There’s no way it can happen again,’ but it was worse. Remy’s pregnancy was worse than River’s.”

While the “shop may be closed” for more Blackstock children, Clarkson released her first children’s book this week entitled River Rose and the Magical Lullaby. She also continued to share her adorable kiddos on social media and we’re fairly certain River Rose is the most adorable child alive.

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