While the Kardashians have had many memorable spats on Keeping Up With The Kardashians over the years, the one thing the sisters won’t fight about is how they raise their kids. Khloé Kardashian revealed that she and her sisters never mom shame.
"There are always challenges with raising kids but I’m so fortunate to have such a strong family support group," Khloé said.
So far, there are ten children between her and her siblings. "We also know that we have individual families and don’t like to give a lot of advice, unless it’s solicited," the 36-year-old said, adding that they "never mom-shame." She insisted, "We hate a shamer."
She shares her daughter, True Thompson, with on-again-off-again boyfriend Tristan Thompson and may just have a second bundle of joy on the way after the pair discussed giving True a sibling in a KUTWK teaser clip.
"In my head, when I was going to have kids, I never ever imagined having an only child," Khloé told Thompson. "Being in quarantine with [True], I felt bad. She had no friends, she had nobody, because they were isolated from each other," she added. "True is getting older. I just feel like it's now time to have another kid."
Still, quarantine has given Khloé the opportunity to get in some great QT. "We will always have dinner together before we do her bedtime routine," she said of spending time with True. "The most fulfilling part of motherhood is watching True grow up and become her own person. Hearing her voice and seeing her use her voice more and more."
"I want True to love herself and stay true to her values and beliefs," Khloé gushed. "I can’t wait to watch her grow up."
"Kim, Kourtney and I felt so maternal over Kendall and Kylie," Khloé said of her younger sisters. "It’s been so rewarding watching them grow up into these beautiful, strong, confident and successful women."
As for KUWTK coming to an end? "We stayed true to who we were, giving everyone an in-depth, raw look into our big, unique family," the Revenge Body host said.
Pretty Gritty was the first to report on Khloé and her sister’s stance on mom-shaming each other.