Pregnant Khloe Kardashian reveals that she is not afraid of childbirth, but Kim does not agree
Khloe Kardashian says she seen so many births that she is ready for her child, whereas Kim seems to think her sister is freaked out as the due date approaches
Khloe Kardashian happens to be calm about giving birth to her daughter with Tristan Thomspon, and the sole reason for this is her family. Khloe happens to have witnessed many births in the family that now her heart does not beat fast with the idea of giving birth.
The 33-year-old reality star shared on her website that she is ready to welcome her little one. “I don’t feel like I need to prepare for my birth by freaking myself out,” Kardashian wrote. “I’ve seen over eight births live and in person. Women were made to do this! It’s a very natural experience.” In order to keep her fans updated with her pregnancy, Khloe has been constantly posting about her journey.
One could say that it was Khloe's version of a diary entry when it came to expressing her thoughts about becoming a mom and the entire pregnancy journey. “I read my apps every day and I ask my doctor if I have any questions, so I’m honestly not that afraid,” she added.
However, she did admit that she is a bit nervous but is trying her best to keep calm. “Of course I’m a little nervous to go into labor, but I’m trying to not overthink something that literally happens all the time," she wrote. But it seems like Khloe's sister, Kim Kardashian does not believe this is true.
Talking to Entertainment Tonight, Kim confessed that Khloe was indeed a bit nervous when it came to pregnancy. She revealed that Khloe had been freaking out as the due date came near. “You cannot tell her anything right now that’s too sensitive because she’s just so freaked out,” she said. At the same time, there had been certain topics that were off topic for the family to talk about around Khloe.
These included "nipples and breastfeeding.” But Kim did seem to agree that Khoe has had her fair share of training as she has watched the sisters giving birth. “She’s seen us all go through it. She’s prepared,” she said. “I know when to push it and when to . . . right now isn’t a time to freak her out. The closer it gets, you can’t freak someone out.”