It's been a little more than a week since Justin Bieber married Hailey Baldwin in a formal, religious ceremony after legally marrying her last September. And the "Baby" singer would like the world to know that he is very, very excited about becoming a dad someday. The Biebs went on a photo spam last night and shared two videos of kids with captions proclaiming his thirst for parenthood.
"This is something I look forward to :)" he captioned one of a dad goofing around with his cute, giggling baby.
He then shared a video of a toddler giving sassy answers to her father about how she ended up wearing her mom's lipstick and playing on a smartphone. "Hailey with your attitude and my savage behaviour we are in a world of trouble haha," Bieber wrote, referring to their future kids.
How does his wife feel about this? Baldwin liked the first post but not the second for now:
This isn't the first time Bieber has publicly hinted to his wife he wants to start a family. In June he did it too when he posted an Instagram of them at Disneyland. "Love dates with you baby.. one day Ill be doing daddy daughter dates..... not hinting at anything soon I’m not in a rush. i just wanna enjoy you by yourself for a while! #Disneyworld"
Baldwin ignored the baby remarks then and commented, "always have the most fun with you.. ❤️"
In fact, Baldwin has publicly defused rumors that she and Bieber are starting a family imminently multiple times. She told Vogue in February, most notably, that she and Bieber don't intend to start having children for "at least a couple of years." And in an interview that same month with Refinery29, she discussed starting birth control, saying she would rather have acne than a baby right now.
"Over the last few months, I’ve been on birth control, which I’ve never done before, and that threw off my hormones for sure and made my skin go off," she toldthe outlet at the time. "I was getting little tiny things here and there, and they just hurt. It was like, how do these hurt so bad? I talked about it with my doctor and came to find it’s because the hormones from the birth control mess with your natural balance. You just have to be patient, let it happen, and let it even out. For me, I’d take that over having a baby right now, so..."
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