Kim Kardashian is just about ready to pop and soon-to-be big sister North West can't wait. According to the star of E!'s "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," her firstborn has been accepting of the fact that there will soon be a new kid in town. In a recent interview, Kim, 35, shared some adorable anecdotes about her daughter as she awaits the arrival of her first sibling.

While speaking to E! News the reality star revealed that she and North, 2, talk about "baby brother" often. She said her daughter, which she shares with husband Kanye West, is excited to have a sibling. In fact, North's reportedly been giving her little brother kisses while he continues to grow in Kim's belly. Although she's looking forward to the baby's arrival, the "KUWTK" star told the outlet her daughter is still slightly jealous, though she admits she's "getting a little better."

"We talk about baby brother all the time," Kim said. "She's so sweet and yesterday she said, 'Mommy, can I give baby brother a kiss on your tummy?' and she kissed my stomach. She's super sweet. She has a hard time when I hold other babies but she's been getting a little bit better and I'm hoping that with her brother it's a whole new experience."

On Tuesday, Kim revealed that she and Kanye recently started thinking about baby names. She told E! they haven't come up with anything yet, but said she was confident it would come to them before long. Kim revealed that names were "the last thing" they talked about with North also, so she wasn't stressed about it, though she did acknowledge that it was "crazy." Kim is reportedly due Dec. 25, though she has yet to confirm this information. 

The soon-to-be mother of two has been extremely open with fans during her pregnancy. On Nov. 13, she took to her blog to discuss the complications she's experienced since announcing that she was expecting in May. In the post she told fans that being pregnant was "awful." In a video, which she shared a clip of on Twitter, she detailed her weight gain, revealing that she's put on 52-pounds to date. Kim said she wasn't worried about shedding the extra weight because she enjoys the pressure of "getting back" adding that her "bounce back game is [strong]." She later defended her comments, telling E! News that this this her experience and she wasn't going to lie about how challenging it was.