Get Well Soon, Chicago West! On Wednesday, February 5, Kim Kardashian revealed that her two-year-old daughter recently fell out of her high chair and “cut her whole face.”
While appearing on Good Morning America, the KUWTK star, 39, reflected on Chicago’s injury. "The other day my daughter Chicago fell out of her high chair, cut her whole face, stitches, had to figure it all out," Kim said. "Stuff happens and you just gotta roll with it."
The mother of four clarified that her daughter is doing much better although she has “a big scar on her cheek.”
Kim’s announcement came after she detailed her morning routine with four children. The KKW Beauty founder emphasized the importance of time management.
“I micromanage, so I get up at 5:40, in the gym by 6, done 7. They wake up, I get them up at 7:05, breakfast at 7:30, out the door by 7:55, like its super micromanaged,” she explained.
Last month, Kim and husband, Kanye West, celebrated Chicago’s birthday with a Minnie Mouse-themed birthday party. The party offered face painting and a pink-colored dessert platter that featured cookies, macaroons and cupcakes. The shindig also featured a pink Minnie Mouse-themed birthday cake that displayed the toddler’s nickname, “Chi,” on it. Prior to the party, Kim shared a heartfelt birthday tribute to Instagram.
“Happy Birthday my sweet baby girl Chicago! I can’t believe you are already 2! You bring so much joy into our lives. I love watching you grow every day! My smart, sassy and silly girl! Mommy loves you forever!” she wrote.
Kim and the Jesus Is King rapper, 42, also share sons Saint and Psalm and daughter North. During a recent interview with Architectural Digest, Kim and Kanye confessed that their Calabasas home was built around the idea of family. “The kids ride their scooters down the hallways and jump around on top of the low Axel tables, which they use as a kind of stage,” the Chicago native said. “This house may be a case study, but our vision for it was built around our family.” Kim added, “In the end, we don’t take it too seriously. We’re not going to be fanatics.”