In the era of coronavirus, having to slowly and safely return to work after months of quarantines and lockdown is not just tough for parents like Khloe Kardashian, it’s been hard on the kids as well. Khloe and her famous sisters, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, can all attest to that, as Khloe says their kids all got separation anxiety when their mothers returned to work.
In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Khloe said: “I’m sure most moms feel this way. When I would have to leave to go to work, all of our kids kind of were almost getting anxiety being separated from us. They were so used to this undivided attention that when it was time for us to incorporate our routine back, the kids were almost freaking out. So it was a transition. Now, we’re in a really healthy, good place,” says Khloe.
Khloe Kardashian shares her 2-year-old daughter True Thompson with NBA player Tristan Thompson. Kim shares four kids, 7-year-old North, 4-year-old Saint, 2-year-old Chicago, and 1-year-old Psalm West with her husband, rapper Kanye West. Kourtney has three kids, 10-year-old Mason, 8-year-old Penelope, and 5-year-old Reign Disick with her ex Scott Disick. Kylie Jenner has a daughter, 2-year-old Stormi Webster, with rapper Travis Scott.
After California lifted COVID-19 restrictions and the family felt safe, they resumed filming their popular E! reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which is set to end in 2021 after 14 years.
“We filmed and we rented a house in Malibu. That was kind of our bubble — we’ve called it our COVID bubble because we didn’t want film crews in our homes with our kids for safety reasons,” says Khloe.
With many COVID-19 restrictions lifted, Khloe says that bringing the children together is a blessing that she cherishes, and their kids love spending time together. “We are really lucky because most people, I don’t think, have this many cousins or if they have family, they’re out of state,” says Khloe. “The first month, none of us saw anyone. We just were in our own homes. And then once I think we all knew, ‘Okay, none of us are sick anymore. We’re all good,’ then we started incorporating the kids with one another. Them having that connection and that socialization is so important. They love it.”
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