Khloe Kardashian Wants A Baby With Lamar Odom Once He’s Fully Recovered

Now that Khloe Kardashian has called off her divorce from Lamar Odom, she wants her dream of having a family with him to come true. At least, when he makes it through his medical crisis that is. has the EXCLUSIVE info! Khloe Kardashian, 31, continues to play the doting wife while Lamar Odom, 35, recovers from serious medical issues, following his reported drug overdose. The tragedy may have helped bring them back together, and starting a family could actually help keep them that way. has learned EXCLUSIVELY that if Lamar fully recovers, Khloe wants to have a child with him!

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“Once Lamar is back to 100%, Khloe wants to have a child with Lamar. And since they have had trouble in the past getting pregnant, adoption is definitely on the table!” a source tells EXCLUSIVELY.  What beautiful news, as the couple had tried desperately to start a family in happier times, and Khloe would make such a loving mother!

Khloe is already doing an amazing job taking care of Lammy through his medical ups and downs. She’s been by his bedside since Oct. 13 and has watched over his every need. She’s even helping him stay comfy inside the chilly Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by cloaking him in scarves and a Lakers beanie, as well as socks from her brother Rob Kardashian‘s Arthur George line to help keep his feet warm.

Unfortunately, Lamar has a very long way to go before he could be ready to start a new family with Khloe. The former NBA star underwent 2 surgeries Oct. 22, according to TMZ. The site claims he had unspecified procedures done on his chest area, and that the multiple surgeries had an extreme affect on Lamar’s mind, leaving him in a “fragile mental state.” He’s also battling failing kidneys and has a respiratory infection. It’s definitely going to be a very hard road for Lamar to be 100% well again, but we’re all pulling for his recovery!

HollywoodLifers, would you like to see Khloe and Lamar start a family if he recovers?

— Beth Shilliday, Reporting by Russ Weakland