You won’t hear Kelly Clarkson waxing elegant about a joys of pregnancy.
In a shred for PEOPLE’s Celeb Parents Get Real, a thespian chatted about her kids Remington “Remy” Alexander, 17 months, and River Rose, 3, and father Brandon Blackstock‘s son Seth, 10, and daughter Savannah, 16.
And while it’s utterly a full house, Clarkson doesn’t skip a time when a headcount was reduce — quite during a times she was expecting. “Anytime we see someone pregnant, we only urge for them,” she says. “[Pregnancy] was literally a misfortune moments of my life.”
“I’m not teasing — we wish we were that lady that [had good memories of pregnancy],” adds a “Love So Soft” singer, 35. “But no. Nope. Don’t skip it. It’s as if someone was in an collision — they’re pregnant, I’m like, ‘Oh my God.’ ”
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Before she became a mom, Clarkson says she and Blackstock, whom she wed in 2013, used to go out a lot some-more and that she misses it — yet a some-more homebody genius only comes with a domain now that they have 4 kids.
And while Blackstock is good about holding some of a bucket off her hands, a American Idol season 1 winner admits she’s not a best during reciprocating a favor. “I don’t unequivocally say, ‘I got this, we go relax’ often,” she confesses with a laugh.
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The stressful tools of parenthood are balanced by some flattering waggish ones too, yet — like a new part where River told her mom to “piss off” during her bedtime routine.
“I was like, ‘I’m sorry, what? First of all, we don’t hang out with British people … where did we learn that?’ ” Clarkson recalls. “And she pronounced ‘Harry Potter,’ and we said, ‘Okay, well, that’s Mommy’s fault’ — we owned it for her. we even gave her an out, we know?”
Regardless, a thespian laid down a line and told River she couldn’t contend a word again or she’d take Harry Potter away. So what did the small lady do? Mouth it instead — that didn’t quite work, yet her mom appreciated a effort. “I mean, you’ve gotta honour it since she [technically] didn’t contend it!” Clarkson says.