Kim Kardashian West’s is one of Pop Culture’s most fascinating faces. From clothing, to reality shows, to make-up, and more, West has proven that she is a staunch and savvy businesswoman but recently, the 37-year-old mom of three shared some of her parenting highlights, revealing what is the hardest part of being a mom for her and just what exactly is her parenting style.

“This Mother’s Day I’m most excited to just hang out with the kids all day,” Kardashian West said, on her app and website, adding that her favorite family moments with North 4, Saint 2, and Chicago 3-months include, “bedtime, reading books and snuggling together.”


Yet when it comes to the hard stuff, West stated that the hardest part of motherhood for her is “when they all need you at the same time and are crying. It can be overwhelming.”

However, the reality star states that on the flip side, “the most rewarding part about being a mom is when my kids tell me they love me. Having kids has changed my soul! You learn so much about yourself from being a parent and you care more about the world you are raising your kids in.”

So, just what is Kim Kardashian’s parenting style? Well, she goes on to say that, “my parenting style is very loving.”

Are there any more children in West’s future? Well, the young mother stated on Live with Kelly and Ryan, that she wouldn’t be opposed to more children. “I would have maybe one more [child],” Kardashian West admitted. “I really, really enjoyed the surrogacy process. I will say, when it came to the breastfeeding time, I was like, ‘Okay, this is the best decision I ever made.’”

Looks like the stork just might be making another special delivery to the West household sometime in the near future.

Tiffany Silva

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