Leann Rimes says her stepsons are trying to convince her to provide them with a sister.
Leann Rimes' stepsons want her to have a baby.
The 'Can't Fight The Moonlight' singer's husband Eddie Cibrian has kids Mason, nine, and Jake, six, with his former wife Brandi Glanville and the youngsters have been begging LeAnn to provide them with a sister.
She tweeted: ''I was just informed that my two stepsons 'dream of a sister'. It's now officially coming from all directions LOL (sic).''
LeAnn, 30, recently spoke of her desire to conceive her own child with Eddie but said would turn to surrogacy or adoption if she failed to get pregnant.
She explained: ''We have a lot on our plates. But whenever I talk about kids, I'm like, 'Let's have one!' I have a lot of work to do now but I'm totally ready if it happens.
''It took my mom 12 years to have me. I hope I don't have that [issue] but if I do, then a surrogate is something I've thought about. Eddie and I have also talked about adopting. My capacity to love a child doesn't stop at my own eggs, obviously!
''Testosterone is all around here so I need a little girl!''
LeAnn also admitted she felt like her life was ''falling apart'' after she and Eddie cheated on their respective spouses with each other in 2009 but says she has never been happier than she is now.
The singer, who married Eddie in 2011, said: ''I felt like my life was falling apart. But now I feel settled. I'm proud of our great family. Eddie is an amazing father and I love my stepsons.''
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