The RHOA star gives an update on her plans.

on Feb 21 - The Dish0

It's no secret that Kenya Moore is eager to start her own family—whether it's with a husband or not. And she's been taking great strides to make her baby dreams a reality.

Earlier this year, she revealed she had undergone fibroid surgery—and it was a success.

Now, Kenya reveals she's nearly one-hundred percent and the baby-making plans can proceed. "I have one more week to heal," she tells OK! Magazine (on-sale now). "And then I can start trying."

Kenya had previously said she was looking into finding a sperm donor or undergoing IVF. But since she's started seeing her mysterious African boyfriend (she has declined to identify him), she may give natural conception a try, she reveals. "I like to have a backup plan to the backup plan," she says.

The model and fitness guru is hoping to give her baby the childhood she missed out on. Kenya has no relationship with her biological mother—she was raised by her Aunt Lori—and she wants her child to have a strong bond with mom.

"I want to give my baby the childhood I never had," she has said. "I want to be there for my children, and I want them to know they aren't invisible."

What do you think about Kenya's family plans for this year? Tell us in the comments.

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5 comments
marieoliva
marieoliva

Just wondering if Kenya's list of wants for her baby daddy real? Wouldn't you be more concerned about history of disease, nutritional habits, cultural background or intellectual ability. It just seems like her list was really superficial. 

Micheles609
Micheles609

Please Kenya don't have a baby. I feel sorry for the child that will have a mother that is mean out of her mind just plain crazy. I hate you. Your ugly for real your ugly, please for all our sakes dont have a child that kid will be so embarrased to have a mother like you.

BeNiceItsFun
BeNiceItsFun

Happy to hear that her surgery went well, but the idea of her being a mom kinda scares me.  She is not well mentally.

peanutshelle
peanutshelle

Kenya, why don't you just use sperm from your so-called "African Prince" if things don't work out the natural way?

cindy1963
cindy1963

First of all, I am so confused because here in the article it says that she was raised by her Aunt Lori and last season she said it as well on the show. However, this season when her father came to visit, she said that her grandmother (her father's mother) raised her. So, who was it? And second, I don't understand what all the secrecy is about her "African prince" as she keeps calling him, I have read that he is not actually a prince. Well if she wants to have a baby, she better get moving on it because she is over 40 and I know that there are many women who have had children over the age of 40 but as we get older it becomes more difficult. And one more thing Kenya, if you said you wanted to have a baby in 2014, that means you have a little over 9 months to actually HAVE the baby!! I've never been a Kenya fan so whatever happens, happens!