Reality star Kim Kardashian is currently expecting her fourth child with husband Kanye West. And this week, she opened up about her journey through parenthood.

The 38-year-old spoke about raising her kids in a video interview with Vogue, titled “73 Questions With Kim Kardashian.” The video was filmed in her own home and featured her husband and adorable kids.

In it, Kardashian said that she often relies on her sisters for advice when it comes to raising little ones. All of her sisters, except for model Kendall Jenner, have children of their own.

The mother of three told Vogue:

“My sisters and I are in a group chat, always getting parenting advice.”

Her husband then chimed in:

“Uh, but they don’t get advice from me — can I get on that chat, please?”

Though she has plenty of people to turn to for advice, Kardashian said it’s sometimes best to go with your gut. She said:

“You just have to wing it.”

The star added that the most rewarding part of being a mom is “when the kids tell you they love you.”

And despite her busy career, Kardashian said she learned a very important lesson from her own parents, “Family is everything.”

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The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star welcomed her youngest child, Chicago, last year via surrogate.

Her fourth child is also being carried by a surrogate because the mom’s first two pregnancies were extremely high risk. In January, she confirmed that they’re expecting a baby boy.

Their fourth child came as a bit of a surprise, as Kardashian didn’t expect the embryo implanted in the surrogate to take, Dearly reported.

She told sister Kylie Jenner:

“I didn’t think it was going to happen. I thought like ‘Oh, it probably won’t even take.’”

However, the couple is thrilled to be welcoming another child to the family. West said in the past that he hopes they’ll have seven in total.

Watch the Vogue interview below:

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