Kylie Jenner took her niece Dream on a helicopter ride for her third birthday

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Happy Birthday Dream 💙💙

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I truly forget the Rob Kardashian exists sometimes, but that’s probably a good thing. Following the mess with Blac Chyna, Rob went back underground and away from the spotlight. I don’t want to make that sound like “both sides were in the wrong” either – while Chyna is messy AF, Rob was an absolute douchebag for posting “revenge p0rn” of Chyna following their split. Their custody dispute has been ongoing and messy too, but it’s quieted down a bit in recent months. I think they still have joint custody of Dream Renee Kardashian, who just turned three years old. To celebrate this 3-year-old’s birthday, Dream’s aunt Kylie Jenner decided to take this child on a helicopter ride around LA? Lord.

Kylie Jenner made sure Dream Renée’s 3rd birthday was an unforgettable one! To celebrate the special day, the 22-year-old reality star took her niece on her very first helicopter ride over Los Angeles on Sunday.

“took dream on her first helicopter ride,” Jenner wrote over a photo of the birthday girl smiling in front of the helicopter on her Instagram Story, adding, “happy birthday baby girl.. you are a gift.”

Jenner later gave followers a glimpse into the birthday flight, recording the view as the helicopter made its way over the iconic “Hollywood” sign on Mount Lee.

[From People]

I… would not gift that to a small child, or anyone really. I mean, it’s a cool “experience” gift to give someone, and clearly Rob came on the helicopter trip too, so it’s not like Aunt Kylie grabbed Dream and was like “I’m taking you on a helicopter, don’t tell your dad.” It was something Kylie thought Dream would enjoy and something that would be a nice experience for the three of them. But still, that probably would have given me nightmares. I’m a scaredy cat about horror movies AND heights. Imagine finding out that Dream had a fear of heights when they were already up in the air. Ew, just thinking about it makes me feel nauseous and fainty.

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  1. Lightpurple says:

    Why can’t these people let these kids be kids? Why do they have to use them as props?

    • AnnaKist says:

      It’s probably a rhetorical question, but … I guess that in their world, it’s all about them, not the children.

    • escondista says:

      It’s because this family is emotionally performative. It must feel really empty sometimes to have no authentic intimacy because everything is done with a television audience in mind first.

    • minx says:

      They are grooming these children for lives as useless and superficial as their own. I would love it if there was some future rebellion by these kids.

    • AnnaKist says:

      Agreed – all of the above. Sad, really, but they’re still vile people.

    • GreenTurtle says:

      This is life now, unfortunately. It’s normal to plaster your kids and their experiences all over social media in a performative way. It’s hardly just the Kardashians.

  2. Eliza says:

    What an unneccessary present for a 3yo. She’ll never remember the trip. It’s too loud for her ears, I don’t care if there’s headphones. Just why?

    • chicken tetrazzini! says:

      because the company paid for the ride for free publicity on the show

    • RB says:

      It’s actually a creative idea because it’s an experience. Commenting on her parenting is unfair given you view her life through pictures.

  3. Sarah says:

    I can’t think of anything a 3 year old would appreciate more than a helicopter view of the Hollywood sign. 🙄. What about some coloured pencils or a teddy bear? Or, like, a book?

    • AnnaKist says:

      Ooooo, yes, coloured pencils! When my son went to Byron Bay several years ago, he brought me back a set of beautiful, thick, sharp coloured pencils. I keep them on my desk (points up!) , in a Scrabble mug I received for my birthday, with my initial. (It’s worth 8 points.)

      Depending on the child, I always give them thick coloured pencils, sharper and 3 scrapbooks for their 2nd or 3rd birthday. The skills they acquire using pencils are invaluable.

      • 50centish says:

        German scrabble counts only X and Ö at 8 points. It took my a moment to realize that your mug does not imply your name is Xantippe or Örsula.

    • escondista says:

      It isn’t just famous people who go wayyyyy overboard on everything for small children’s birthdays. My daughter turns 3 next Friday and my coworkers were aghast that i didn’t have something major planned like renting a bounce house or throwing a massive bash with dinner for all.
      We will sing happy birthday, she will open her presents, and blow out candles on her cake.
      On Saturday, i’m getting a box of donuts and I’ve invited a few of her friends to meet at the local park for an hour of play. She’ll LOVE it.

  4. Socks says:

    What about DisneyLand or something?? So dumb

    • ME says:

      She’s probably already been to DisneyLand numerous times as it seems the Kardashians are always at DisneyLand…just for no reason at all. These kids are so far removed from reality it’s hard to imagine any of them will grow up to be grounded humans.

  5. My3cents says:

    I’m with you Kaiser, it would be stressful for me as well. While I don’t have full fear of heights it makes me really uncomfortable.
    I remember going on the London eye a few years back and just wishing it would end already.

  6. meme says:

    When does Keeping Up With the Kardashjennerian Kids start on E!? There is nothing this family won’t exploit for money and/or attention.

  7. Aidevee says:

    Does the climate crisis mean nothing to these people? Shame they didn’t fly over the wreckage of Paradise and see how wildfires are destroying California.

  8. Mar says:

    I am so sick of hearing about these useless people.

  9. Keekee says:

    Last year Kylie also hosted her birthday party is Rob broke? Even if he is he has a million family members who can foot the bill I find it passive aggressive Billionaire Kylie doing this for Chynas child considering their history and the fact that Chyna is currently suing almost all the Kardashian.

  10. J ferber says:

    Dream is precious. What a sweetie!

  11. CatWomen says:

    I thought it was like a helicopter ride at a carnival where your little kids ride on a mini copter rider when I read the headline lol

  12. CharliePenn says:

    Do phobias manifest this early? By age 3? lol your comments just made me wonder.

    I’m claustrophobic. It’s not extreme, meaning that there are plenty of smaller spaces I can be ok with. But certain spaces… once my claustrophobia is dinged that is IT it is full on crisis panic mode until I get out, like being in an entirely different mental space until I feel like I can breath again.

    But do toddlers have enough ability to conceptualize things like heights and small spaces to have a phobia? I don’t know! I hope Dream had a beautiful time, since she has no control over the fact that this is excessive, environmentally wasteful, etc. Sad to think of a little one being frightened like that, just so her crazy family can feel like effing royalty. My eyes are rollin’.

  13. FHMom says:

    Helicopters are like motorcycles. Not until you are 18. I would never be able to get on one myself. I had to fly on a smallish plane once and all I could picture was it crashing. It was torture.

    • ME says:

      I went on a small plane once. I didn’t know it was going to be a small plane until I boarded. It was a short one hour flight but it was torture !

  14. Vegan says:

    What’s wrong with this gift? It costs approx $200 a person to charter a heli in van nuys, I took my ex on a ride just as a casual weekend surprise. And yes the kid is * going To remember it and she’ll love her aunt for it. Stop being so toxic , it’s a lovely gift

    • GreenTurtle says:

      I agree. I’m sure she loved it. The Kardashians are annoying, but this is nothing to hate on. Poor kid’s stuck in a custody battle between bitter parents. Geez, let her Aunt spoil her.

  15. Rocķy says:

    Maybe she is fascinated by helicopters. She must see them all the time in LA. I think it would be a great gift for some kids.

  16. jenner says:

    What an idiot. Seriously.

  17. Dani says:

    I honestly hate the entire family (besides the kids because poor kids) but my daughter would love this. Maybe not at 3 but definitely at 5.

  18. styla says:

    What? Have any of you had children yet or grew up around them? A three year old would LOVE a helicopter ride! My kids are 11 and 8 and they routinely bring up memories from that age. Clearly they don’t remember everything, just as I don’t remember everything from 10 years ago but they remember special trips to the beach, playing with their cousins, birthday cakes, illnesses etc.

  19. sassafras says:

    I clicked because I couldn’t remember which of them named their kid Dream and now I realize I’ve fallen for their trap. *swears loudly*

  20. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Ya know, when I was three, all I wanted in the world was a helicopter ride. To sit in another back seat, all buckled in for what seemed like a forever ride would’ve changed my life.

  21. Dbee says:

    Her face .. I feel sorry for this girl.

  22. KLO says:

    I see nothing wrong with this. To people saying she will not remember it – I remember everything beginning with my 2nd birthday so she is definitely gonna remember. I say, well done aunt Kylie.

  23. Lisa says:

    Not something I would do for a three year old but to each their own.

  24. N says:

    It’s just for publicity for the show. Saw her doing this with the friend Anastasia the other day. Can’t believe I know this. Perfect timing for the show and the bday.