Parents.com: How are you feeling?
Kourtney Kardashian: I feel great.
How is this pregnancy different than your first one?
The beginning was different because I had a lot more morning sickness than last time. I was also more tired but that's probably because I'm chasing after a toddler most of the time. Now I feel great.
Are your cravings different this time because you're having a girl?
I'm having a lot more cravings this time.
I want more junk food. Last time I wanted fruit and frozen yogurt. This time I'm craving those things too but I'm also craving cheese burgers.
I hear In-N-Out Burger is the place to satisfy those cravings.
I know -- and would you believe I haven't been there? My brother just had a whole conversation with me about this place. He even gave me the lowdown as to what I should order.
Are you following an exercise program?
Last time I ran until I was seven months pregnant. This time I'm not. I go walking as often as possible with Mason. I'll take him on walks in his stroller around the neighborhood. I also have a few friends who are pregnant and when we get together we will do a group stroller push up this big hill. I really haven't done anything else because I hear you shouldn't introduce anything new during this time.
How are you preparing Mason for his role as big brother?
I'm actually reading a book on this very subject called Loving Each One Best.
Is this the first time you've turned to a parenting book for advice?
I love to read books that focus on parenting topics because there are so many different ways to do things. I find these books offer a lot of great opinions on many different subjects.
Are you at all concerned about your family dynamic changing?
I think it will come really naturally when the moment does happen. I'm all about going with what feels like the right easy thing to do.
Does Mason understand what is happening?
Mason is excited and, yes, he knows about her. He came with us to a doctor appointment and he also loves to touch my belly. We're making this time about him and making sure he feels as if this is his baby. I really don't want him to feel like he'll get less attention once the baby arrives. That, I would say, is my biggest concern.
Are you going to assign Mason any jobs to help you and Scott prepare for the baby's arrival?
I read about having children help with the nursery. I'm definitely going to have him do that. I was also thinking about having him help pick out the furniture and helping me register.