A MUM of eight boys has revealed she’s expecting again, this time another boy – even though her youngest is just five months old.
Yalancia Rosario, 29, from Dallas, Texas, has eight sons: Jamel, 12, Michael Jr, nine, Angelo, eight, Armani, six, Prince, five, Sincere, three, Armani, one, and Gimani, five months.
Another boy, Gimani, died during her first trimester.
And now she is pregnant with baby number nine, you guessed it, another boy.
The mega mum revealed that she is thrilled to welcome another child and that the couple will continue to have more children as her husband Michael is desperate for a girl.
Speaking about her pregnancy, Yalancia told Fabulous: “I’m feeling pretty good, we are going to have more and while dad is hoping for a girl I feel like I’m just destined to be a boymom.
“There’s only one way I could try for a girl but I’m not sure if it’s worth all the hassle so there might be more boys”.
Yalancia has documented her pregnancy journey on Instagram, and said that she is “excited to be in third trimester.”
Yalancia and Michael are so excited to welcome their ninth son, that they have already come up with the child’s name.
The couple revealed that they will call their son Kairo Eli Emori Rosario.
Yalancia said: “Can’t believe we came upon a agreement with the name so soon either.
“His name means victorious and It’s so cute so that’s a plus !!! I LOVE IT!!!”
The mum, who works from home running a business and is married to the boys’ dad Michael, 36, said: “I’ve always wanted a big family of 10 because I grew up as the oldest of seven and wanted to have my own big family to create memories with.
“A few of my boys were conceived while on contraceptives but we happily welcomed them and then a few were planned.
“I don’t use contraceptives anymore. We live within our means and have a great budgeting system setup.”
With TikTok and Instagram pages showing her family life to a whopping 250,000 fans, she is sometimes trolled and accused of being on benefits – but she doesn’t care.
“I’ve never been judged so much as on the internet we always get ‘stop using our tax money’, ‘have you heard of birth control’ and ‘how many fathers do they have’,” she said.
“We also get ‘something is physiologically wrong with you’ but the positives always outweigh the negatives.”
She said she was destined to be a mother. “I do feel like I have a nurturing and patient soul,” she said, explaining her mammoth brood didn’t miss out on things because there were so many.
“Holidays are loads of fun, each kid has an amazing personality.
“I’m huge on meal prepping and having everything set for the week every Sunday.
“I make sure I have meals pre-made. All of the children have designated dresses for every day of the week.
“We all wake up around 6am, get ready for the day, have breakfast together, have our talks of affirmations and get everyone off to school.
“In-between work I get loads of clothes washed get meals cooked and I tend to my younger kids at home as well as cleaning before the older boys are home by 4pm and then we start our evening routines of eating homework chores and family dinner with designated family nights
“I love being a mega mother and I don’t regret it.”