Kim Kardashian has a thoughtful way of celebrating the birthdays of her four kids–a four or five-page letter.
In the latest episode of the On Purpose with Jay Shetty podcast, Kardashian, 42, opened up about her parenting style and how she celebrates daughters Chicago, 5, North, 9, and sons Saint, 7, and Psalm, 4, birthdays each year.
“Absolutely,” she replied when asked if being the best mom was the hardest job to live up to. “And I’m very confident, so every year I write each one of my kids about a four or five-page letter on their birthday, about what the year was like, who their friends are, silly words they’re saying, their favorite foods, all the silly things they do and a little journey of what the year is like.”
“And it’s so fun to see from the first year now, one of ‘em is almost 10 years old. And I know that they’ll appreciate this,” Kardashian continued. “I know that they’ll appreciate everything, even if they might have thought I was being a little harsh on them. I know that they’ll get it because I got it with my mom. I know they’ll get it with me.”
On Mother’s Day this year, the reality star shared a card she received from Chicago.
“Wow! 😍 I feel seen,” Kardashian posted on Instagram along with the words over the image of a fill-in-the-blank style card. The card featured several lines of text that her youngest daughter had filled in, such as “My mom is 22 years old,” and “Her favorite food is salad.”
When it came to the fill-in slot for “the best thing she cooks is,” Chicago wrote, “Mom doesn’t cook. She has a chef.”