The sex reveal celebration marks the first time Lowry has shared a glimpse at her five kids together
Kailyn Lowry had all her kids by her side during a special moment for their family.
On Wednesday, the podcaster, 31, shared the second part of her three-part sex reveal video for her twins, due later this year. The video begins with Lowry's sons sharing whether they are hoping for brothers or sisters.
Next, 9-year-old son Lincoln, whom she shares with ex Javi Marroquin, says, "I think it's going to be boys."
While Lux, 6, thought the twins would be "a boy and a girl," little brother Creed, 3, — both of whom she shares with ex Chris Lopez — predicted "a boy," meaning he thought both would be boys.
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The boys then get together with their mom, who holds youngest Rio, and her boyfriend Elijah Scott, near a giant sign that reads "TWINS" as they prepare for cannons to reveal the sex of each baby.
When just one cannon releases blue smoke, they laugh and look around. The video then cuts to asking the boys what they think about adding more brothers to the family.
"I think my mom should stop having kids," Isaac candidly replies, adding, "They'll just be more boys ... and more, and more."
"I don't feel good," Lincoln follows up. "I wanted them to be girls. I already have too much brothers."
Lux adorably says he feels "pretty nervous," for the new arrivals, with Creed saying he's "happy."
On an episode of her podcast Barely Famous earlier this month, Lowry admitted she's looking forward to being done with "baby-making."
"I'm excited to get my tubes cut out. Because I said this last time and I found out I was pregnant and I couldn't. No more pregnancy, no more pregnancies, no more surprise pregnancies, unplanned pregnancies, pregnancy, surrogacy, none of it. It's all done," she said. "The chapter of motherhood will be closing as far of baby-making, but I'm excited for my kids."
"Now I feel like our family is complete — I won't have anything missing. I won't feel like, 'What if we had another one?' I'm excited to explore this motherhood journey in terms of privacy and putting out what I want to put out. I'm excited for that," she continued.
"I'm a little nervous about having four babies in one month. I don't know what birthday parties are going to look like, but I'm excited to see how this goes. Isaac is going to be driving before I know it, so it's just a bunch of milestones all at one time — lots of new beginnings and also closed chapters, I feel."
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