Chelsea Houska is not taking much time to stop and smell the roses.
Or the dirty diapers, as the case may be.
The veteran Teen Mom star welcomed her third child back in August, an adorable little girl named Layne.
But even though this infant is scarcely six months old, Chelsea is already thinking ahead to her next baby.
And not merely in some vague, hypothetical sense, either. She's got a pretty clear idea of how she wants things to be different with son or daughter number-four.
On Wednesday, February 27, the MTV personality took to her Instagram Story for a back-and-forth with fans when one of them asked if she and husband Cold DeBoer wanted to have more children.
Chelsea showed no hesitation in answering in the affirmative.
“We do!” she wrote, going as far as to add: “I don’t think I would do a home birth, but I would love to try a water birth at the hospital with my next.”
Like we said: she's apparently been giving this a great deal of thought.
The long-time reality star and her husband, who got married in 2016, already have two children together:
Watson was born in 2017, and then the precious two-year-old became a big brother in August when Layne arrived.
Elsewhere, Houska shares Aubrey with her very troubled ex, Adam Lind.
In a previous interview with E! News, Chelsea reiterated this same desire to eventually expand her family.
"We definitely want more kids - at least one - but I think we're going to wait probably a little farther than the last two babies," Houska explained at the time, elaborating as follows:
"Maybe when [Layne is] two, we'll start thinking about it. But there will be more."
In this instance, asked about her oldest daughter and her reaction to now having a little sibling, Chelsea said Aubrey is “a HUGE help” and told fans, “She’s a great big sister.”
Houska also opened up about other facets of relatively new motherhood, as well, specifically breast-feeding.
As someone who has openly fed her newborn in public and in photos, Chelsea is a major advocate for this healthy and important act.
“I know that can be scary at first. I just throw on a cover and feed. Or try to feed in the car before we go in somewhere," she advised followers in this new chat.
The star added:
“I recently started using a hakka a lot just to catch the let down of the boob I’m not feeding on, and I’m loving it and happy to be saving some more milk for the freezer stash."
The South Dakota native concluded that breast-feeding thus far going “great” so far and her goal is to keep it up with Layne for a year.
We're so very glad to hear it!