Star: Kylie Jenner finds it ‘unbearable’ to stay in with the baby all the time

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It felt like we started seeing so much more of Kylie Jenner as soon as she gave birth. The Instagramming and Snapchatting started up again, and Kylie started getting pap’d a lot in the weeks after giving birth. Considering how hidden she was during her pregnancy, I guess it was nice that Kylie felt comfortable enough to go back out again. But according to Star Magazine, Kylie had planned to stay hidden and quiet for a year after giving birth, but she was going stir crazy, and that’s why she’s been back out and partying.

Kylie Jenner had planned to take a year off from work after giving birth to Stormi on Feb. 1, but it turns out that 30 days of mommy-and-me time was enough!

“Staying in with the baby all the time became unbearable,” confesses Kylie’s close pal. “She was anxious to get back to her cosmetics line.”

And her social life! On March 3, Jenner decamped to Miami with Travis Scott – without their daughter. The pair were spotted with beers in hand on LIV nightclub owner Dave Grutman’s boat, and photos of Kylie covering her mouth in front of paparazzi sparker chatter that she got a fresh round of lip injections during the weekend getaway.

“Kylie’s sisters were worried that she wasn’t prepared for the relentlessness of motherhood; she’s 20 and gets bored easily,” says the friend. “But Kylie basically stayed indoors for nine straight months while she was pregnant, so can’t blame her for going a little stir-crazy.”

[From Star Magazine, print edition]

This was my concern from the beginning – that Kylie didn’t understand the “oh sh-t, motherhood is every single hour of every single day for the rest of my life” long-term-ness of having a baby. Kylie was thinking about the cute baby clothes and getting to post Instagrams of the baby and now that the reality is setting in, she wants to go out and party and live like a typical 20-year-old. We’ll see.

Almost on cue, People Magazine ran a story about how Kylie is super-protective of Stormi:

Kylie Jenner is a reality star, beauty mogul and as of recent: a mama bear.

“Kylie is very protective of Stormi,” a source tells PEOPLE of the 20-year-old’s parental instincts, sharing one particular example. “Kylie is socializing with her friends as well and includes Stormi. Of course, she doesn’t want her baby to get sick while she is little,” the source says of the 6-week-old. “It just seems normal and she is definitely not hysterical about it. It is, after all, still the flu season.”

[From People]

Incidentally, I’m shocked that I’ve come out of this flu season without getting the flu. I got the flu shot so late, and I’ve had little 24-hour colds, but I didn’t catch the death flu and that makes me so happy. As for Kylie… sure, she’s protective. Or the nannies are protective.

New mom Kylie Jenner and BFF Jordyn Woods arrive to Tristan Thompson's Birthday Party

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  1. ElleC says:

    Not gonna snark on this because I’m pretty sure 110% of new moms feel this at some point…

    • dontcare says:

      I think that’s every new mama bear. I think these instagram models all look so beautiful in their pictures but seeing them in person is a whole different deal. Over exaggerated body and facial features are not only repulsive but just gnarley to stare at. I recently saw a friend who went to the doctor and spent 7k on juverderm. She was in love with her results but I wanted so badly to tell her how artifical her face looked but realized SHE was happy and I didnt want to take that from her.

    • MerrymerrymonthofMay says:

      20 is YOUNG

    • tback says:

      Rich people having the help/nannies raise their children…tale as old as time *shrug*

    • Dee says:

      Agree. I have 2 kids and feel that way at times. I thank god for the few hours I get to go to work and sit in silence.

  2. Foreigner says:

    I feel sad for Stormi. Kylie got pregnant because she and the father of the baby were too stupid to use protection. Kylie still is a kid. When I saw the pic of her holding Stormi, she gave me the “ok what am I supposed to do with this thing?” vibe.

    • dontcare says:

      Lol. I think the same thing but again this girl has millions of dollars she will get as many nannies as she needs. She does look awkward and something super unnatural about how she holds her kids just gives me desperate attention vibes.

      • MerrymerrymonthofMay says:

        She looks bored and her eyes are dead

      • psl says:

        I feel bad for the baby because of the example her mother will set. Just like I feel bad for any baby born into that family.

      • minx says:

        Yes. There are 20 year olds who are mature enough to handle having a baby, I don’t think Kylie is one of them. Despite all her money and glitz she seems immature, like she went from being a halfway normal teen to a blowup selfie-addicted sex doll in about 10 minutes.

      • A says:

        @minx, there are 20 year olds who don’t have the option of shying away from the realities of what having a baby entails. I don’t think any 20 year old in this day and age is really equipped for children or parenting, but the ones who are parents have to find a way to do it. And many of them do it well, in spite of the hardships. It’s not maturity exactly, just an ability to manage the situation well I guess.

    • Grace Marie says:

      Yeah because there’s no way a pregnancy can be planned or the result of failed contraceptive methods.

    • ash says:

      not to race bait but i got the whole…’yep i got a black baby’ too vibe …. this damn family.

    • Katie says:

      Lots of women get pregnant accidentally. Even older women and married women. Seems rude to call it stupid, especially given you don’t know the circumstances. People aren’t perfect, neither is protection.

      • me says:

        You don’t find it odd she never got pregnant with Tyga whom she dated for 2 years but got pregnant within weeks of dating Travis?

      • Bridget says:

        Half of all pregnancies in the US are unplanned. Indeed, it is very rude to call it “stupid”

    • TwoPac says:

      can i laugh my box off. she named her child “stormi”. with an “i” at the end. oh. thank you, comedic relief in this news cycle. thank you.

  3. Mrs. WelenMelon says:

    I’m shocked!, said no one.

    Maybe Kylie will grow up. Her money pretty much insulates her from having to. And then there are the sad parental role models she learned from.

    • minx says:

      Exactly. And while you don’t have them 24/7 after a certain point they are yours forever and you still bleed for them. My 18 year old daughter and her boyfriend of 2 years just broke up, mutually; she is extremely sad and I’m just trying to help her as best I can.

  4. Patty says:

    Of course. LOL. She’s 20 with the emotional maturity of a 14 year old. I’m sure she loves her daughter but it’s also obvious that Stormi was an ooops baby and Kylie probably thought having a baby would fulfill some hole in herself. Surprise, it doesn’t work that.

    She probably wants the fun stuff but is struggling with the actual day to day grunt work of being a parent.

    • Erinn says:

      Honestly, I kind of don’t blame her. I don’t have kids yet. I COULD take up to 18 months of parental leave if I wanted to when I do have kids. But the idea of taking even a full year horrifies me. I’m just not someone who likes to sit at home and do the same thing over and over. I like my job. I like my coworkers. My husband adores kids. He immediately fell in love with our niece the moment he found out his sister was pregnant. I love the kid too – incredibly so. But I didn’t have a big family, and I was the oldest grandkid – the youngest is only 4 years younger than I am. I wasn’t AROUND babies. I don’t know how to entertain an infant. He can just babble away and entertain the crap out of a baby – but it’s not a skill I have. Now that our niece is almost 3 – I’m much more game. I can DO things with her, and have little conversations.

      I don’t think that means that I wouldn’t adore my child and want to provide for it in the best way I could. But that also doesn’t mean that I have to want to spend every single waking moment just staring wistfully at them either.

      I think really, it’s important to have balance. These people have the means to easily achieve that kind of balance – they have a large family, none of them have typical jobs, and they have nannies. It’s not hard to shuffle the kids around every now and then for breaks. And you have to wonder if she’s out partying EXCESSIVELY all night or if she has gone out a few times for a couple of hours. She’s used to coming and going all the time – so I’m sure that she does feel trapped in a way. It doesn’t mean that she doesn’t love her daughter. And it doesn’t automatically make her a bad parent – but a lot of people have already decided she was going to be a bad parent before this kid was born.

      I’m not sure if there’s anyone out there who DOESN’T struggle with the grunt work of being a parent, really. The difference is some people don’t have a choice but to struggle along and do everything themselves. But given the chance – I think most people WOULD like to have someone step in and give them breaks whenever they had the chance. Not saying they’d immediately hand their child off all the time – but when you have the ability to “have it all” so to speak, most people will want that. I don’t think it’s fair for her to be penalized for using the resources she has just because other people don’t have those resources.

      • aenflex says:

        Right. But you’re talking about normal, emotionally well adjusted people. Kylie Jenner is none of those. She may not be a bad parent. But she is an empty, vapid, sad person who most likely possesses the emotional maturity of a teen. That’s not a recipe for good motherhood. I feel sorry for the child. She, like Kylie, will have all the money and privilege in the world, but that did nothing to help Kylie become a well rounded, intelligent, secure and self actualized woman.

      • Jeane says:

        Thank you for this well thought out and gentle reply! Came here to say something similar but you said it exactly right.

        I do have kids and yeah, I experience it pretty much like you describe. I love them more than anything in this life, but it is exactly this huge, overwhelming love for them that makes me feel trapped sometimes. I know I will for the rest of my life care for them and be worried about their well being. There is no going back to the life you had before, everything you do will also affect them in some way.

        And yeah, hanging out with a baby is mindnumbingly boring. I’m enjoying my kids way more as they are getting older. If I had Kardashian money I would get the best, most competent nanny’s in the world and give myself a break more often.

      • jwoolman says:

        I’ve heard mothers with professional jobs say they dreaded going back to work because they would miss so much. Babies change daily. They aren’t as boring as you might think. They do require real attention when they’re awake, which is exhausting if you’re the only one providing it but necessary for human development.

        Dropping off an infant at group childcare is needed for the parent, not the child – older kids can benefit in other ways from part-time group care, but infants, not really so much. So it helps enormously to have someone you trust on hand to let you get out of the house while the baby is still getting that close attention she needs. The ideal is one-on-one attention from a parent or close relative who will have a long-term bond with the child, but that often isn’t possible.

        Probably many mothers would benefit from being able to work very part-time at some point, to keep in the job market and get a chance to talk with other adults :) , but our system really isn’t set up well for that. Kylie is in a different position – she doesn’t have to work a regular job, can set her own hours, and could manage with minimal involvement with her cosmetics. Her role is really just to be the public shill for the products, which can be done much more easily today by online interactions. She has staff to take care of the baby and staff to deal with business and doesn’t have to worry about money.

        But she does have to be careful about relying too much on outsourcing care of the baby – babies bond with the people who actually take care of their mundane needs. It’s not a good sign that she is bored already and prioritizing partying. Usually at this point, a mother is reluctant to leave the infant for more than short periods unless she has no choice (usually because of a job). So I wonder if Kylie is bonding properly with the baby. Kim didn’t bond well with Nori for a very long time – she essentially got interested only when Nori became such reliable pap-bait and was walking and talking. That means she missed a lot. I hope Kylie isn’t using Kim as her model.

    • Rachel in August says:

      Furthermore, take all the money and fame away and all you have is an immature liar, that’s all. That millions and millions of people follow on social media. Just a vapid liar is all.

  5. Bridget says:

    It truly amazes me how much this girl has remodeled her face.

    And it must be tough going back to your “work” of Instagram/Snapchat selfies and getting made up to have paparazzi take your picture walking down the street.

    • dontcare says:

      I read somewhere that she gave an interview saying the only thing she’s ever done is lip fillers. Yeah okay… Damn kylie even Stevie wonder can see that your full of dookie.

    • Rachel in August says:

      She doesn’t realize that people can tell half of her chin has disappeared? LOL I’d wager she’s had more work done than Michael Jackson had done. Jesus, I mean what 19 year-old has a brown lift? Seriously.

    • NYGal says:

      It just amazes me each time I see photos taken in real life of Kim, Khloe, and Kylie how they differ so greatly from the pics they post.

      And when you see videos of them it’s even more disturbing.

  6. Justsaying says:

    I hope she hired some good nannies ’cause they are the real moms in this family.

    • Raina says:

      I remember some of the family saying Kourtney had an army of help. Although she does seem connected with her kids. The reality is those children are always going to have their life split with members outside of their family. Maybe that’s not a bad thing. A happy mom is less stressed and probably easier to be around. Those mom’s with no help and a few kids can feel very overwhelmed. Even with one.

  7. minx says:

    And some people thought she was going to turn her back on a public persona and be a stay-at-home mom?

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      Yeah. I think I was chastised for loling that notion. “How dare we assume such nastiness!” One can set their social clocks with this family as they move right on cue.

    • runcmc says:

      I actually kind of did think that *ducks*

      She was the youngest going into this reality fame s&%$show and always seemed sad and shy as a kid. Her and Kendall would talk about dreaming of a private life. It kind of seemed like she was going to raise the baby out of the spotlight, because she didn’t want to be raised that way herself.

      I mean, she’s proven me wrong. But I really thought that’s what would happen.

    • leskat says:

      I absolutely knew, 8000%, that she was going to leave her child with a nanny as soon as it was out and resume her “me, me, me” lifestyle. She’s too vapid for anything else. I would’ve wanted to hope for more, but I don’t think Kylie is smart enough to realize a baby is literally a forever chore (mom of 2 over here who is still coming to terms with how much work being a mom is!)

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      Also, I know being a new mom is tough, but for me personally, even if and when I did have an opportunity to go out to dinner or grocery shop alone, all I did was think about the baby nonstop. I was 24 though so who knows. You couldn’t pry me away from my newborns.

    • Kitten says:

      Hahahah…yeah that was my first thought too. I think some people were probably (and nicely) just trying to give her the benefit of the doubt but she shares half the same genomes as Kris and the rest of the Klan so I never had any illusions.

  8. Lela says:

    Where is Travis Scott? I hear a million stories about her but where is the father here???

    • Patty says:

      I don’t think Travis and Kylie were ever together in the classical sense. They were in a situationship. They were messing around and she got pregnant. I wouldn’t be surprised if he did a slow phase out. I doubt him and Kylie will be together in any sense of the word by the time Stormi starts kindergarten.

      • The dormouse says:

        Lol – ‘situationship’ is a great term for the ‘nonclassical relationships’ of reality tv.

        I actually don’t believe 1) that Kylie and Travis were ‘messing around’, 2) that there was a surprise pregnancy, or even 3) that any of the sisters carried their babies.

        Remember when KUWTK was in decline and there were questions about renewal? Now the pitch of story lines that landed the new deal can be seen.

        Three new little girls. Lots of adorable baby clothes, play dates and manufactured drama. And remember that Tyga is still a cast member in the wings …

      • The dormouse says:

        And, to be frank, the pitch was

        “Three new interracial kids – people are fascinated by interracial kids!!”

        Didn’t Kanye say something about Kim being a bridge between races?

    • Swack says:

      They don’t even live together. He has his home and she has hers. I think they have been papped together more lately because of the talk that they weren’t together anymore and he isn’t in the baby’s life. JMO.

  9. littlemissnaughty says:

    How long was she in Miami though? And how many new moms would kill for the opportunity to make a quick trip while their baby is cared for by nannies and possibly the family? It’s not the right thing to say because you’re supposed to love every second. And maybe an entire trip is too much. But come on.

    • Kitten says:

      I’m not sure that it has anything to do with “saying the right thing”. There are a lot of commenters here saying that immediately after giving birth, they didn’t have any desire to leave their baby. Most of my friends had separation anxiety on their first trip after giving birth and it was actually hard for them to enjoy themselves because they were so preoccupied with worry. I’m sure it’s subjective, though, and probably helps to ease the worry when you have a team of people watching over your baby. Most “normies” are lucky if they can find an available relative or a trusted babysitter. *shrugs*

    • Bridget says:

      Brand new? Literally none that I know. It’s nerve wracking to leave your baby for the first time.

  10. IMO says:

    Sorry but I don’t believe for one second that Travis is Stormi’s father.

  11. HelloSunshine says:

    To be fair, being around your baby all the time can drive you nuts without you being a bad mom lol
    But if she’s itching this much after 6 weeks and is out partying, I don’t think it bodes well. No offense to anyone that likes having a good time but there’s a difference between a glass of wine and full on partying, especially when you have a newborn.
    I hope that Star is wrong though and that she’s hands on and not partying a bunch and stuff.

    • Ankhel says:

      Agreed. EVERY mom I know had to be persuaded to leave their baby for the first time, typically 2-3 months in. Followed by looong goodbyes to the pumpkin, calls to their babysitter every forty minutes, and home two hours early.

      Well, except the one 20 year old who didn’t want to breastfeed, because sagging, partied one week afterwards, left baby for vacay after one month, and divorced husband after a year. He became a single father in reality after that. So, cross your fingers for Storm, people.

  12. Loopy says:

    I saw pics on the daily fail she really over did her lips now,I think only Lisa Rena and Angelina can get away with lips that size.

  13. Olga says:

    This girl had so much work done, it’s quite sad. I thought she looked cute before all the plastic surgeries etc.

  14. Ash says:

    I remember going to my best friend’s birthday dinner roughly 4 weeks after I gave birth. All I could think about while I was out was I should’ve used this for sleep! I was so exhausted trying to get out of the door with feeding, then pumping, then drilling the grandmother. I just remembered thinking “it’s not worth it!”. But I guess she doesn’t have those problems.

    • minx says:

      I remember the first month with my first one as sleeping, feeding him and being parked on the couch, staring at my baby. I couldn’t take my eyes off of him. My husband went back to work after a couple of weeks and the house went to hell. I didn’t care.

  15. Pandy says:

    Thank God for nannies!! The Krew needs them.

  16. psl says:

    Her face. She looks so pretty in all her IG pics, yet in real life, she just looks weird.

    That baby is going to be just like Kylie, “full closets, empty life”. I don’t care how much money that family has – I would never want to trade places with any of them.

  17. nikzilla says:

    What’s up with matching outfits? They look like they are about to do a choreographed dance. Looks ridiculous.

  18. MrsPanda says:

    I still think it was purely vanity that kept her indoors during her pregnancy. She took some carefully edited photos/videos of her pregnant body but she didn’t want to be papped until her body was back to her standards.

    • Ankhel says:

      Pregnancy seclusion! The only victorian thing a KarJenner would ever try.

      Well, that and corsets.

      • MrsPanda says:

        Yep! and perhaps lobotomies for the wayward menfolk :)
        (although I guess lobotomies are post-Victorian, I’d not put them past PMK!

  19. lamaga_hyun says:

    I think that the public is collectively eye-rolling a little too hard. Personally, I’ve always been careful and am into my 30s without having a child. That said, I know plenty of people her age who have had kids and managed even without the money and assistance. On a monthly or more basis I insist the my friends with kids try to go out and have a few. They’re all lovely parents–one of them is 22; another had hers when she was barely 15–and capable of partying to an extent without neglecting their children. Also, I think Kim legitimately seems like a good mom. It’s an entirely different world so one can’t expect sleepy photos of nappy changes and constant jokes about spitting up and potty training.

  20. Amy Too says:

    I don’t understand the people story about her being protective. Seems like it’s saying she socializes with her friends and brings Stormi around. She doesn’t want baby to get sick during flu season, but she’s not crazy about it, and she’s bringing baby out and around the friends. This doesn’t line up with “she’s so protective, she’s so careful of baby!” It lines up more with, “she doesn’t worry too much, she’s not being overly protective. She’s not letting paranoia of flu keep her and baby from seeing people.”

  21. Hummus says:

    I rewatched Sofia Coppola’s ‘Marie Antoinette’ tonight and honestly I likened her so much to Kylie. Rich but bored and trapped.

  22. Veronica says:

    Eh, the kid will be fine. Rich people hire others to raise their children. It’s the rest of us that actually have to deal with the stress.

    Man, kids really are 24/7 in those first years, though. I didn’t realize how literal that was meant until I started living with friends who have three very young children. They’re SO needy. There’s a reason why genetics code for cute in those early years.

  23. JoanneBananne says:

    Everyday she looks more and more like Michael Jackson. Lol @ these commiserating comments. As if this woman is getting up in the middle of the night to fetch a bottle. That child is an Instagram prop

  24. Anna says:

    First of all, she was never in for 9 months. Second the reason for her to be in hiding was NOT because she was “enjoying being pregnant”, it was because she had SOMETHING TO HIDE! She was hiding the actual birth and didn’t want any pics of her pregnant out there. She played with the timing of her bump and the birth. Media manipulation for this family is NEVER due to something benevolent but rather for something DIABOLICAL! Travis is not the father of this child and this child was born last year.

  25. Shannon says:

    I don’t see the huge deal. I think most new moms feel that way to an extent. I was 19 when my oldest was born (yeah, yeah, I know) and luckily, his father and I lived close to both our parents who were happy to watch him on weekends. And we’d go out and act like 20-year-olds. Then it was back to work & baby duty. He’s normal & loves us & graduating college this year. Hell, I’m 41 now with a 10-year-old and I STILL like to go out once in a while without the kid. Granted, my going out now (a lunch or coffee with the girls or a book club meeting) is different than it was when I was 20. I wouldn’t lose sleep worrying about Stormi over this (although I do hate that name)

    • reverie says:

      Thank you.

      Not to mention this story is carefully hand picked to look a certain way. First it’s “Kylie cant stand being inside with her baby 24/7.” Then it’s “Kylie can’t stand just staying in all the time and wants to get back to her cosmetics work.” Which I am sure every mother on the planet longs for, a break from the baby to focus on her career or life. Then it shows a photo of Kylie out with a friend.

      So contrived.

      • Shannon says:

        ^^^ this! I’m no Kylie fan, I don’t even really get this family at all. But damn, it’s just business as usual – the woman can’t win, ESPECIALLY once she has a kid. Mommy-judging is soooo real and harsh.

    • Selena Castle says:

      I think the point here is thqt SHE sounds judgemental of mothers that choose to stay at home with their children. It is as if they are somehow brain dead enough to NOT become stir crazy. I also cannot help but think of this family with pets. They get a puppy, it gets boring and goes away somewhere never to be seen again, then another puppy arrives. I think Kylie might be realising that babies can’t be as easily disposed of as puppies. Oh wait, yes they can… you pop them in another wing of the house with a nanny or two. Job done.

  26. Ash says:

    I think those that are arguing that it’s ok bc they did it every now in then are missing the point. You all said every now and then, here and there, on a weekend. This story is alluding to the fact that after that 30ish day period bonding she’s over it and on to the next thing. Sorry but that’s the perception she puts out there, so yeah.

    • Shannon says:

      I see your point. But I’d take this story with a boulder of salt. Especially when it talks about how she looks when holding the baby. I’m not lying – my first son had to be in ICU for about a week after I had him, and I made my mom drive us home from the hospital. I look now at pictures of my 19-year-old self holding him, and there’s a clear look of, “who is this creature, and how was I dumb enough to think I could be a mom?!” look on my face. It comes with time, a support system and patience. While I don’t know anything about Kylie’s patience level, I know she’s got time and a support system. I mean, Kim was off to Japan right after her last baby was born, and that’s weird to me. A few “sources” saying she wants to party doesn’t really worry me; Kim’s situation seemed weirder to me. Gawd, I can’t believe I’m defending Kylie Jenner LOL

  27. markweer says:

    I worked with homeless kids & at some point teenaged homeless mothers. Kylie did an interview earlier that kind of shook me because something she said in it was similar to what I heard from some of these young Mothers. Kylie probably loves her daughter in that unconditional way, but had Stormi to fulfill some sort of need in her life that shouldn’t be filled by a young baby. That’s a lot to put onto any human being. It’s unfair to put it on a Baby

  28. me says:

    Is she really spending 24 hours a day with the baby though? She has baby nurses and nannies. Look at her nails. Does it look like she changes diapers or gives the baby a bath? She has plenty of “down time” I am sure. She probably still has no clue what’s it’s really like for “normal” people to have kids without any help. If, even with all the help she has, she still finds it hard, then God help her.

    • Evie says:

      And let’s not forget this is the same Kylie that when she bought her first house a year ago, told Mama Kim that she had no idea how to do the laundry…Now she’s got an infant. I hope they at least have the sense to hire experienced, caring Nannies

    • Candion says:

      I don’t get the nail criticism. I had super long nails and was a stay-at-home mom and this was 20 years ago. Never had any trouble changing diapers or taking care of my son.

  29. Dr Mrs The Monarch says:

    She has done so much to look/seem mature. She has been in the spotlight for so long that people forget she isn’t even legal drinking age. How did a story about a wealthy new mother partying miss the part where she can’t legally do that?

  30. CK3 says:

    I get it. This is the eating/sleeping/pooping/crying anchor phase where the baby does pretty much nothing. It’s agonizing if you don’t find some household hobby that you can do.

    And honestly, I can’t even judge about the age. I don’t have any kids, but in my area, 20 seems to be the ripe age for kids.

    • jwoolman says:

      The household hobby for most people would be trying to avoid being cited by the health inspector (keeping up the household) and maybe accidentally falling asleep in a chair (or standing up…). The huge advantage that rich parents have is not only all the nannies and baby nurses but also the fact that they can hire people to do all the housework, laundry, grocery shopping, and food preparation/cleanup.

      My brief experiences babysitting newborns left me wondering how their mothers got anything done. (I was contemplating the old-fashioned way of wrapping the kid up in my backpack and carrying it around with me after just an hour). But I know that I would have been exhausted 24/7. I have trouble managing just a cat or two. My own mother was running out of steam by the time I was in grade school, so low energy runs in the family.

      In olden times and in low-tech simpler societies today, people lived in large family groups with plenty of other adults to help. The work really could be done with baby strapped to your back and there would always be someone who could watch the baby when needed. That made a big difference.

  31. Emilyv says:

    Stormy Weather
    Stormi Webster
    What a stupid name. I still can’t get past this.

  32. Shannon says:

    I do find it kind of funny that she has no problem being papped with beer (I’m not judging, but she *is* under the legal drinking age – I literally snuck out of a window at a party when I was 20 and the party was busted for underage drinking!) But she doesn’t want the paps to see her lips? Like, HI, I’m breaking the law and don’t care bc I’m a badass, but don’t look at my lips k? Must be the life lol – clearly, I’ve never been a Kardashian/Jenner

  33. Sunnyjyl says:

    I’m officially old. I don’t understand those outfits. On the mom front, I’m all for her getting some time away, as long as it’s just a quick recharging before diving back into mommy time.

  34. Mela says:

    Her lips are officially duck lips. Its like the gravity of the fillers makes the face below her nose droop.

    She may look beautiful on instagram but she looks like a total freak in the pap photos.

    I have met instagram girls from socal like this- they really are nothing like their instagram and when you see them up close they are total “dog meat” and freaky looking. Especially the lips. They never look right in person.

  35. 4EvaRedd says:

    $$$=nannies and runaway 20-year old Mom and under age partying on the other side of the country. She’s luckier than your average single mother.