Kim Kardashian Ditches The Phone When She's With Her Kids
Kim Kardashian may be the queen of selfies, but that doesn't mean she puts her phone before her kids. According to a new report by People , Kim K. ditches her phone when she's spending one on one time with her three children: North, Saint, and Chicago.
According to the article, Kim Kardashian wants her children to know that there is a time and place for everything and that includes cell phones. It sounds like there won't be many selfies taken at the Kardashian-West dinner table.
There's no question that technology and in particular cell phones can be distracting and Kim Kardashian described her commitment to putting the phone down when she's with her kids as wanting to be "super present."
Kim Kardashian recently shared the first photo of Chicago West (who is currently six weeks old) on Instagram, but it's unclear how many selfies she plans to take with her new daughter. Kim used a filter so while everyone was able to see Chicago for the first time, the photo still wasn't an exact likeness.
Hearing Kim Kardashian speak about social media the way she does might come as a bit of a surprise. The reality star and beauty mogul has built a successful career that utilizes technology and social media.
She stated that she has difficulty understanding what it would be like to grow up as a teenager with social media.
It's a concern that many parents worldwide share and some find it interesting that Kim Kardashian has voiced the same worries and fears.
On the flip side; however, Kim Kardashian recently drew ire when she shared a topless photo of herself taken by her four and a half-year-old daughter. It was never verified whether Kim Kardashian was truly topless or wearing a bra, but the controversy ensued. Many people felt she showed a lack of character and Nancy Grace suggested if she had been a regular citizen, child protection services would have been involved.
What do you think about Kim Kardashian's statements regarding social media and her children? Are you surprised that she ditches the phone and spends one-on-one time with her kids unhindered by technology?