Kardashian Update: Kim's Baby News, Khloe's Split

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Will the other Kardashian sisters overshadow sister Kourtney's baby glow with their own drama?
Two of the three Kardashians are in the news again. It's okay, you don't have to feign surprise—it's how these girls make a living.
 
First up, Kim Kardashian has baby fever, which she caught form her sister whilst scooping up baby onesies and booties and blankets. Per celebitchy.com, Kim wants one of her own—because everything you buy for a baby is so cute. Excellent reasoning.
 
But there's really nothing wrong with catching baby fever—we've all gotten caught up in the fun of prepping for baby's arrival. But no one really thinks about the sleepless nights, endless feedings, and loss of freedom. And forget about a sex life after kids! Doesn't sound so cute anymore, does it Kim? Your Sex Life (After Kids)
 
Khloe's nuptials to L.A. Laker Lamar Odom have continued to create headlines, with various media outlets betting on the break-up date. (Current bets are on a split before Halloween.) But it wouldn't be much of legal headache were the two to split, mainly because they're not actually married. That prenup seems to be taking a good chunk of time to hammer out. (Pesky legalities!) Celebitchy.com points out that maybe it's the $33 million Lakers contract that Lamar's lawyers are attempting to protect. That would be our first priority, too. Learn to Love the Prenup
 
The "not really news" that these two make does seem to overshadow sister Kourtney's pregnancy. Maybe it's true what they say about the squeaky wheel (read: sister)...
 
What do you think? Are these girls feeling lonely without the paparazzi's lens on them? Do these just need a little celeb-TLC?
 
Photo: Bauer Griffin
 

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