KUWTK: Khloe Kardashian Admits She Compares Her Parenting To Her The One Of Her Sisters!

KUWTK: Khloe Kardashian Admits She Compares Her Parenting To Her The One Of Her Sisters!
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Having a couple of your sisters welcome babies pretty much at the same time as you also means that the cousins have most of their milestones at the same time as well! This is the case with Khloe Kardashian, of course, and the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has apparently found herself comparing those milestones.

But Khloe Kardashian is well aware she should not do that.

Naturally, as a first-time mother, Khloe sometimes doubts her parenting style is right, which is why she used to compare her daughter, True ’s milestones with the ones of her nieces, Stormi and Chicago, who are Kylie and Kim’s daughters, respectively.

During a new interview on The Travis Stork Show, the reality TV star admitted that she would find herself comparing her parenting with her sisters but that she no longer does it anymore.

‘You have to remember that there’s no right or wrong timeline for kids. Everyone does things in their own way. True has two cousins… they’re all three months apart and sometimes I see them and I’m like, ‘But Chicago did this. Or Stormi did that.’ I’m like, I can’t do that. We’re all different kids and different ages and we just learn differently… I have to remind myself of that,’ Khloe dished.

Khloe Kardashian is definitely a very good and loving mom so it’s nice to hear that she’s no longer that hard on herself.

During the same podcast, she also dished on keeping her child safe amid this COVID-19 pandemic.’


She said that ‘It’s scary and it’s hard… It’s different times but, with that you’ve gotta find the good in everything. So there’s also beautiful times. I think the resetting of all of our lives. Really figuring out how little we all need and what matters to us and what we value and those are the things I’ve really been trying to focus on because it does I think get really overwhelming.’


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