Kenya Moore just welcomed her first child last month, but she’s already thinking about having another baby.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, 47, gave birth to daughter Brooklyn Doris on Nov. 4. And despite a high-risk pregnancy that included multiple health scares and led to an emergency cesarean section, Moore says she and husband Marc Daly aren’t necessarily done expanding their family.
“I don’t know if my body can do it, but we would love to have one more,” Moore tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s issue. “I want a little boy!”
“At first, when I was starting to feel really bad in my pregnancy, I was like, ‘I cannot possibly do this again.’ But within the first week after giving birth, I don’t know — I missed the baby bump!” she explains. “I missed the whole thing of carrying her, feeling her move inside me and all that stuff. I would love to feel that again.”
And if she can’t, the new mom says she’s open to other possibilities, like adoption.
Having wanted to start a family of her own for so long, being a mom is the culmination of a lifelong wish for Moore. “I finally have everything I’ve dreamed of,” Moore shares. “This little angel … she’s so beautiful. I feel so blessed. It’s all been so worth it.”
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Moore and Daly met in 2016 and wed in a romantic St. Lucia ceremony in June 2017. They didn’t waste time trying for a child, with Moore telling PEOPLE at the time, “We both want to start a family and soon — like, right away.”
Since Brooklyn’s arrival, Daly, 48, has been a source of strength for the star in these early days of motherhood. It helps that he has experience as a dad already, with two children (one grown and the other a teenager) from a previous relationship.
“He has been the best father,” Moore says. “He changes her diaper. He even tried to dress her one day. He lays her on her stomach and they watch TV and just hang out together. He talks to her the whole time. He really has been the most incredible doting dad. It just makes me have more respect for him.”