Kardashian shares her daughter True and son Tatum with ex Tristan Thompson
Khloé Kardashian's son is proving that he's inherited his mom's stylish genes.
The Good American co-founder, 39, shared an adorable photo on her Snapchat of her 17-month-old son Tatum as he chomps down on a snack. Tatum looks fashionable in the photo as he wears a brown Fendi button-down top and a chain necklace while taking a bite of a cracker.
"Tatum 🤍," Kardashian wrote across the picture.
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Earlier this month, the Kardashians alum appeared on the cover of tmrw, opening up in the accompanying interview about her dynamic with ex Tristan Thompson, with whom she shares son Tatum and daughter True, 5½.
“With me and Tristan, would it be really easy to never talk to him again and to just badmouth him or whatever? Of course. But it's way harder to be nice," Kardashian said of the co-parenting relationship.
"It's way harder when you're really mad at someone, it's really hard to sit in their face in front of your kids and be like, 'Hi!' " she said.
"Trust me, that's not how I feel every day,” she candidly shared. “I had to learn to take control of my feelings. There were so many times that my feelings got control of me and I was impulsive and I tweeted something or posted something and things that you regret. But in my opinion, I'll never regret being a nice person."
By keeping things amicably with the 32-year-old NBA star for her kids, Kardashian believes she's "protecting their innocence."
"I want my kids to have beautiful relationships with their dad. And if we're blessed enough to have a dad that wants to be there and wants to show up and be hands-on, why would I prevent that from happening?” she added.
Elsewhere in the interview, the mom of two talked about how her preschooler doesn't have a cell phone, making her an outlier among her peers.
"Some parents allow their kids to have cellphones or this or that. And I'm like, there's no chance in hell would my daughter have a cell phone right now," she said.
"There's no need. You're 5 and a half. I just don't understand who they’re calling!" she laughed. "I don't see her getting a phone or anything like that until she's 13."
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