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    Kelly Rowland won’t spoil her son because she doesn’t want to “raise a brat”

    The 36-year-old singer has two-year-old son Titan with her husband Tim Witherspoon, and has insisted on making sure she doesn’t splash out too much on her tot because she doesn’t want him to grow up to be a “great kid” who doesn’t think he can always get what he wants


    Speaking to ‘Entertainment Tonight’, the former Destiny’s Child member said: "I think that every child loves to be spoiled. We have to stop spoiling my son so much.

    “I love kids. I love the fact that you don't want to spoil them, you do want to raise a great kid and that's definitely a priority in my family. I'm not raising a brat at all.”

    Meanwhile, the 'Kisses Down Low' hitmaker recently admitted she would love to add another child to her brood, but not before she puts out some new music.

    Asked if she wants more children, she said: "I do want to have another one, but not right now. I have a record to put out.”

    For now, the star is content hanging out with her son, with whom she does “everything”.

    She added: "We do everything together! We go to the park. He's learning to swim. He's just awesome. I'm having a good time with him."

    And the beauty previously revealed Titan is already bilingual.

    She said: "He is fluent in Spanish. I'd like for him to start French. My nephew actually speaks French. And we're looking forward to, hopefully, a Diego birthday party. A Diego-themed birthday party. We'll see what happens.”

    When she’s not spending time with her tot, Kelly tries to spend as much alone time as she can with her spouse, but she admits their date nights are always over sooner than expected when Titan cries.

    She said: "It's really hard, but Titan has to be asleep. That always helps. When there's silence in the house after everything is at a calm then I can probably get out there. If I hear him crying or talking or he's at my foot, 'Mommy!' It's over. There will be no date night."

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