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Kim and Kanye want to be hands on parents

2013-07-05 18:15
 
Kim Kardashian Kanye West
Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian and Kanye West won't work at the same time.

The couple recently welcomed daughter North and want to make sure one of them is with her at all times so they have agreed for the first six months of her life, they won't take on work at the same time as they want to be hands on parents.

A source told HollywoodLife: "They made a deal that for the first six months to a year, the baby has to be with either one of them. So if Kanye is out working, Kim has the baby. And if Kim's working, Kanye's on duty. They're not trying to leave the baby in somebody else's hands. They are hands on parents and will be that way forever!"

While it has been claimed Kanye, 36, hasn't been changing diapers, friends insist he wants to be involved in all areas of North's life and has been trained by Cedars Sinai hospital on how to care for the baby.

The insider added: "Every new mom and dad that leaves here with their newborn baby is fully prepared on how to take care of their little one. It doesn't matter if they are famous or not, both mom and dad are taught by the nurses how to properly change a diaper. Most of the new moms are adamant that their significant other learn how to change a diaper!"

- BangShowBiz

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