Kim Kardashian got surprisingly candid when discussing parenting in quarantine. Mamas everywhere will likely relate to the, oftentimes not-so-relatable, star feeling as though she has failed her four young children during the coronavirus pandemic.
On a recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim opened up to her friend Khadijah Haqq. “I, like, literally hear Chicago crying in the other room, and I don’t care,” shared the reality star. “I literally am feeling like an awful mom just letting her cry in the other room and figuring it out. It’s just like, I can’t.”
Even Kim Kardashian Is Struggling With Motherhood During A Pandemic
The famous mama shared that she found it comforting to commiserate with her friend. “With Khadijah, I see how frustrated she is. So at least it makes me feel normal again that other people are going through the exact same thing. I definitely feel like I just needed that boost. So I think I was definitely being too hard on myself.”
Kardashian recently opened up to the ladies of The View about how challenging this time has been for her. “Being at home with four kids, if I ever though for a minute that I wanted another one, that is out the door. It’s really tough.”
While we can’t say that we always identify with the star’s lavish lifestyle, it’s refreshing to hear this working mom echo what many of us are feeling while navigating motherhood during a pandemic. Take this as a reminder to be easy on yourself, mamas.
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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