A week after welcoming in the birth of their newborn daughter North West, Kanye West and girlfriend Kim Kardashian are reportedly welcoming in the duties of parenthood.
According to the latest updates, Kanye is already clocking in time for diaper-changing duties.
E! News has exclusively learned that as the couple enjoys the presence of daughter North West, they’re also enjoying tackling the usual parental responsibilities. “They are splitting duties,” a family source tells us. “Kanye is so hands on. He’s changing diapers.” And Kim is really taking to her new role as a mom. “Kim always feared having a baby. She thought it would be so hard, but it’s all coming so naturally to her,” the source shared. (E! Online)
Over the weekend, G.O.O.D Music’s Big Sean said he believes Ye and Kim’s daughter will undoubtedly be beautiful.
He hasn’t yet seen Kim and Kanye’s newborn daughter North West, and was just as surprised by her name. “That’s the name for real, huh?” asked Sean. “I know she’s a beautiful little girl, I’m sure. Those guys are two good looking people, right? So they not gonna make no ugly babies.” (Rap-Up)
New York rapper N.O.R.E. recently said the newborn will undoubtedly get connected to him through her nickname.
“I’m just stoked,” he told us on Friday (June 21) over the phone after he completed his morning jog. “There’s a lot of children named after Nas, there’s people named after Pun, there’s people named after Biggie, Jay-Z, so on and so forth, and I’m just honored that her nickname remotely sounds like my name.” (MTV)
Recently, Kanye briefly talked about his stance toward love and parenthood.
“Any woman that you’re in love with or that loves you is going to command a certain amount of, you know, energy. It’s actually easier to focus, in some ways. … I’m the type of rock star that likes to have a girlfriend, you know? I’m the type of soul that likes to be in love and likes to be able to focus. And that inspires me. … [Parenthood?] That is a really interesting, powerful question. One of the things was just to be protective, that I would do anything to protect my child or my child’s mother. As simple as that. … I don’t want to explain too much into what my thoughts on, you know, fatherhood are, because I’ve not fully developed those thoughts yet. I don’t have a kid yet. … Well, I just don’t want to talk to America about my family. Like, this is my baby. This isn’t America’s baby.” (New York Times)