Speaking with Dr. Travis Stork on his podcast, The Travis Stork Show, Kardashian, 36, gave some advice to the host who recently welcomed his first child.
“I do think consistency is key,” she revealed to Stork. “I think whether you want to discipline or love — whatever — I think being consistent, and your kids crave consistency. They love routine,” she went on, explaining that True gets a “sense of security” from “the same routine every day.”
“She doesn’t have to cry or wonder if something’s going to happen. She knows after her bath, ‘Okay I’m going to rest now, now it’s bedtime,'” Kardashian offered as an example. “I think they really crave some sort of routine or repetition.”
Kardashian also offered her viewers “to be as present as you can.”
“Just be in the moment,” she said. “I know with technology and phones and TV it’s so easy to be distracted and everybody grabbing at you, especially during this time, too, I’m sure you’re being pulled in a million different directions. But try to be as present as possible. Because it flies. It really does.”
Kardashian revealed her most recent parenting challenge with True is potty training.
“We’re in this potty training process, and I’m still trying to figure that out. We’re doing a good job, but it’s — where it’s like every day is just different… you just roll with it,” she said. “You have to remember that there’s no right or wrong timeline for kids. Everyone does things in their own way.”
Kardashian also added how she tries not to get caught up in comparing True to her sisters’ kids who are similar in age.
“True has two cousins that are only three months — they’re all three months apart. And so sometimes I see some of them and I’m like, but Chicago did this or Stormi did that. I’m like, I can’t do that,” she said, referring Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West‘s daughters.
“We’re all different kids and different ages and we just learn differently. So I think just also understanding that, too… I have to remind myself of that.”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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