Khloé Kardashian Shows Off Her Post-Baby Abs While Kissing Daughter True: 'Moon of My Life'
Khloé Kardashian wore a cropped white t-shirt while showering her daughter True with kisses on Instagram
On Thursday, Khloé Kardashian, 34, shared an Instagram photo taken as the proud mom held up and kissed her 7-month-old daughter True by a pool near golden hour.
The sweet image also finds the newly platinum blonde Keeping Up with the Kardashians star confidently baring her post-baby abs in a short-sleeve cropped t-shirt, which she wore without a bra. True, meanwhile, was dressed in a dark onesie and matching hat.
“Moon of my life,” Kardashian captioned the post, adding two moon emojis.
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The shots, posted on Kardashian’s Instagram Story on Wednesday night, were taken while the Good American designer was wearing a black turtleneck and ripped jeans. True looked cozy in a cream ensemble.
Both smiled as they sat on the couch in front of a large tree covered with gold and silver ornaments and twinkly lights.
True — who Kardashian and Thompson, 27, welcomed on April 12 — is getting ready to celebrate her first KarJenner Christmas. But the holiday this year will be missing one key custom: the family’s popular Christmas card.
“I have to say, thanks to last year’s Christmas card, that really did just f— us over,” Kardashian West, 38, said. “That was so dramatic. Kris Jenner has given up. She’s just like, ‘I don’t have the energy to wrangle all my kids anymore and their kids.’ ”
Still, True can expect a lot of gifts on her first Christmas. In a clip of Kickin’ it with Kickstradomis, dad Thompson considered the price tag as he pondered sharing the holidays with True and Prince, almost 2, his son with ex Jordan Craig.
“I got a son that’s 16 months and I have a daughter, so Christmas is going to be a little more expensive,” Thompson said. “We gotta buy more gifts now.”
“You gotta take care of the little ones, make sure they’re good,” he noted.