In 2011, Jewel and her husband, Ty Murray, welcomed their son, Kase, into the world, but in a recent interview with ABC News, the singer-songwriter reveals that she's not necessarily planning on giving the little boy a sibling.
"I'm really torn about it. I think I have one nailed, and two feels like something's gonna fall through the cracks!" says the self-proclaimed "perfectionist." Also, she says, "I think my eggs are in wheelchairs at this point. We'll have to see."
At the moment, her focus is on instilling a sense of empathy in her son, especially now that she's an ambassador for ReThink, a national public awareness campaign dedicated to destigmatizing public housing and homelessness. When she was a teenager, Jewel, now 38, was homeless and recalls women making cruel remarks while she washed her hair in the sink of a local Denny's but also how kind people were to her too.
"Hard times make you bitter or make you more compassionate. YouRead More »from Jewel on Having More Babies: 'My Eggs Are in Wheelchairs'