London, Nov 5: Singer Adele, who became a mother for the first time last month, wants to take on most of the responsibility of caring for her son and isn't going to employ a nanny to help her.
''I am so in love, I have never felt this much emotion. I plan to spend the next six weeks in my pyjamas, everything I want is right here at home," contactmusic.com quoted Adele as saying.
"No nannies. I am going to be a hands-on mummy," said the 24-year-old, who who is engaged to charity worker Simon Konecki.
She's also said that she's making it through the sleepless nights by watching films while breastfeeding.
Eight-time Grammy Award winner Adele, is also planning on taking her time getting back into shape and is even keen to provide her son with a younger sibling sooner rather than later.
''Adele says that she's proud of every inch of herself, but she's happy she can finally see her toes again. She's talking about getting pregnant again, but Simon reckons she'll change her mind after a few weeks of no sleep," said Adele's friend.