Rob Kardashian 'Extremely Happy' and 'Getting Along' with Blac Chyna After Birth of Dream
"He thinks she is great with the baby," a source tells PEOPLE of how Rob Kardashian feels about Blac Chyna after the birth of their daughter Dream
“Rob seems extremely happy,” a source tells PEOPLE of Kardashian’s disposition following the birth of their little girl, who is now 6 days old.
“He and Chyna have been getting along too,” the source adds of the relationship between the engaged couple. “Rob is very impressed with how Chyna is recovering. He thinks she is great with the baby too.”
The Rob & Chyna stars have chronicled some of the struggles between them on their reality show, including in the season finale when Kardashian, 29, underwent a paternity test. But it seems like it’s water under the bridge now.
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The new dad’s bliss is despite the very real learning curve any first-time parent has to endure.
“Rob is getting used to taking care of his daughter. He was a little nervous at first because she is so tiny,” the source tells PEOPLE . “He seems very eager to learn how to care for her. He is changing diapers and very hands on.”
Of course, the work is worth it every time Kardashian lays eyes on little Dream’s sweet face.
“He keeps saying that Dream is the most beautiful baby he has ever seen,” says the source.
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Both Kardashian and Chyna, 28, have been open about sharing photos and details of their new baby since her Nov. 10 arrival.
“Mood Forever,” the model and social-media star wrote next to a video of herself smiling and holding Dream a day after her birth.
Kardashian fans can tune in to E! to watch the events surrounding baby Dream’s arrival in the hour-long Rob & Chyna Baby Special, airing Dec. 18 at 8 p.m. ET.
For more from Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna, pick up the newest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.