Mommy’s little helper! Kim Kardashian took to Instagram over the weekend to share a precious throwback photo of her eldest daughter North West, 6, bottle feeding her baby brother, Psalm, born in May, when he was just a newborn.
“Flashback to when Psalm was so little. My baby Northie is so helpful,” she captioned the sweet pic. The reality star, who also shares 1-year-old daughter Chicago and 4-year-old son Saint with husband Kanye West, quickly realized how fast her little ones are growing up. “How are my babies getting so big 😭,” she added.
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Back in September, the mother of four admitted that her family feels complete after the arrival of baby Psalm. Though she initially thought that a fourth child would only add to the chaos, the little one actually does quite the opposite.
“I feel like having four is so much more zen. I feel really calm and zen. I feel like they all love each other,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “My two older kids would fight a little bit and now, since the baby’s here, everyone gets along, everyone loves each other. I’m rolling with it. It just really is zen. It feels really equal and calm and great.”
As for adding more babies to their growing brood? That’s not on the agenda at the moment. Kim explained, “Because I am so busy doing so many other things, I want to make sure each kid gets so much of my attention. I would do even numbers, so I could go two more, but I won’t, I won’t. I think that’s just like, I think I’ll go crazy. But I think four is the perfect, magic number for me.”
But hey, even if things weren’t so calm and zen, it’s nice to know that Kim can rely on daughter North to help out with the little ones.
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