Khloe Kardashian shades her sisters' parenting skills and says she's more 'militant' with daughter True, 4

KHLOE Kardashian revealed that she differs from her sisters in the parenting department as she claimed to be a "really strict" parent to her daughter.

The reality star made the admission during Tuesday's episode of Ellen Degeneres' digital series Mom Confessions.

Khloe opened up about motherhood and raising a four-year-old to the talk show host, explaining how she juggles her responsibilties.

"I am really strict." I'm very militant with how I parent True. I believe a schedule saves everything," the 37-year-old confessed.

The KUWTK's alum teased how her parenting style compares to that of her famous sisters, saying that "not" all of her "siblings are the same."

While a routine seems to work for the busy mom, Khloe admitted that she did not have much advice for any new parents-to-be.

"No one knows what they're doing' at first," she noted before continuing.

"We all just pretend that we do. I don't care how many kids you have, it's exhausting for everyone."

The former E! star recognized that parents have to loosen the rules sometimes disclosing that she does allow the toddler to watch YouTube videos when they are dining out at restaurants to avoid having "to hear her freak out."

Other than that, the mom-of-one does keep a pretty tight ship at home, something that she hopes her little one does not inherit when she gets older.

"I am incredibly clean and organized I like everything in its place," Khloe pointed out. "I'm very regimented and I don't want that for True but she already has so much of that.

She continued: "I feel bad she has so much of that so young, but every toy has to be put back exactly where she got it from." 

The model then gushed over her only child, recalling her "favorite thing about being a mom" was "all of it."

"I'm so in love and obsessed with my daughter and seeing life through her eyes. I wouldn't change a thing," she added.

Khloe shares True with her ex, NBA player Tristan Thompson, whom she split with over the summer.


For his part, the Sacramento Kings baller is making an effort to spend time with both his daughter and his four-year-old son Prince, who he shares with ex Jordan Craig.

A source recently revealed to The Sun that Tristan, 30, has been organizing playdates for the half-siblings "once a month."

The insider claimed: "I think it's like, once a month, Tristan takes the two kids for a 'Daddy day.' He wants them to be close as they grow up and to be able to spend time with both kids together.

"It doesn't always work out with schedules, but that's the plan."

The source continued: "At present, I think he has Prince for one weekend a month, and then also the deal is one time during the week, again, it doesn't always happen.

"He didn't really see Prince when he was a baby much, there were a lot of rows back in those years, and media headlines re him cheating on Khloe with Jordan."

Despite the rumors, Tristan has denied all allegations of infidelity.

The source continued: "But since he's been living in California and now True is getting older and wants to know her brother, it's like Tristan has stepped it up."


Khloe and Tristan split in June after rumors that the basketball star had cheated with multiple women.

But back in October, The Sun exclusively revealed that Tristan has been "begging her to take him back" and is now on his "best behavior."

The insider shared: "Tristan is around way more than before – he's doing all the classes with True, doing the family dinners, and is a very present dad. He's 100% co-parenting and there for everything."

Reflecting on rumors that the pair split due to Tristan’s infidelity, the source shared: “When their last drama happened, Khloe told him she didn't think it was a good idea for True to grow up with a father who was so disrespectful to women.

“Tristan does want a family, and he wants a bigger family. He's been begging Khloe to take him back and to make it official.

“He's told her he's going to prove it to her that he can do it and so he's sworn that he'll not go near any other girls for six months before he asks her again.”

After noting that the six months will be up around New Year’s Eve, the informant concluded: “She's made it clear that if he can do that, then she'll welcome him with open arms.

“But if he can't, then he's gone for good."

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