Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are set to welcome a new addition to their family this winter, with their child expected to be born via surrogate in January. However, they may not be able to take her home right away, for reasons completely unrelated to their future child - it has everything to do with the work they're having done on their opulent Los Angeles mansion.

According to a report from The Daily Mail, the couple might not be able to move back into their Hidden Hills, CA home in the near future, as renovations could be going on for another six months, based on pictures that were acquired by the media outlet. The property, which was once owned by Lisa Marie Presley, is supposedly gearing up to house a two-story playroom for their growing brood, a music studio and a full-size movie theater with surround sound. Those kind of tweaks take time for sure, but the 40-year-old rapper and his 36-year-old reality TV star wife must have been hoping for a quicker turnaround time for the work being done on the house, especially considering the pending birth.

[Images via The Daily Mail]

Speaking of births, the Kardashian family is in the throes of baby mania at the present time. It's been reported and widely considered to be true (though not officially confirmed by any family members thus far) that both Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are pregnant and expecting kids wit their respective baby daddies, rapper Travis Scott and Cleveland Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson. No matter how excited the various Kardashian women are about the upcoming newborns, the most ecstatic out of everyone in the extended family might be Kanye West. A source recently told People that they think "Kanye is even more excited. He was an only child; he didn’t have a bunch of kids around. He’s been very honest about how lonely that could be for him." Kanye's request list for his current renovations apparently also includes a pond that he would be able to swim in, so you can expect him to be pulling daddy/uncle duties at some kid-filled "pool" parties down the line.