Kevin Federline says his four children get along great

Kevin Federline, husband to popstar Britney Spears, and a rapper whose first album comes out today, says he is happy with the way his life has turned out including having four children at 28.

"I knew for sure that I’d have one or two children by now," he told USA Today. "I didn’t think I’d have four children, but I love being a young dad with a big family."

Kevin’s four children include his 4-year-old daughter Kori, and three sons, 2-year-old Kaleb, 1-year-old Sean Preston and 1 1/2 month-old Jayden James. Kevin’s oldest two kids are by his ex-girlfriend, Moesha actress Shar Jackson.

"I’m not going to say that I planned on falling in love with my wife when my ex-girlfriend was pregnant," Kevin says.

Despite the situation in which Kevin left Shar and became involved with Britney, Kevin insists that his children are involved in each other’s lives and get along great.

He says Sean Preston "gets real excited when Kori and Kaleb come over," and Jayden "picks up things a lot quicker than the others, because he has the benefit of learning from the older kids." Sean has also quickly taken to his new baby brother Jayden and "is starting to take on the big brother role, and he’s getting very protective. (He) wants to be around the baby all the time."

Kevin says that in the future he and Britney may move their kids away from Hollywood and the paparazzi, and allow them to grow up outside of show business and the Hollywood spotlight.

"Even though my wife did it, and it turned out okay for her" he says. "And if that means I take my family out of L.A. to grow up on a farm, then that’s what I’ve got to do."

As for Jayden’s public world premiere, Kevin says he’ll leave that up to Britney.

"But if my wife wants to have that baby all to herself for now, then she keeps it, because there’s not much she has to herself," he says, "not even her own children."

Kevin says Britney has been busy being a mother and working on her return to the stage.

He says she’s "recording three or four times a week, and she still manages to be with the kids a lot. She spoils them; I’m the enforcer."

Source: People

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