A glimpse at one of the kids' rooms on TikTok shows the spirit of Christmas is alive in the Kardashian-West household
On her joint TikTok account with daughter North, 10, a new post on Thursday shows the extensive decor in just one of the SKIMS co-founder's four kids' bedrooms.
Set to a sped-up version of Ariana Grande's "Santa Tell Me," the pan of the room shows numerous Christmas trees — one in all pink adorned with handbags, a few silver ones and a few in a darker gray. There are holiday treats all around the room, and a sign over the bed that reads "North Pole."
"Holiday decor- one of the kids rooms!🎄," the caption reads.
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The Kardashians star, 43, opened up about navigating her business career on the latest episode of Mavericks with Mav Carter. The mogul mom said that she doesn't expect her kids — Psalm, 4, Chicago, 5, Saint, 8, and North — to necessarily follow in her entrepreneurial footsteps.
“I want them to do whatever makes them happy,” Kardashian told the SpringHill Company CEO, when asked if she'd be a similar mom to her famous "momager" Kris Jenner.
She went on to explain that North and Saint's interests are already taking shape. “I already see what they're into and like the creative energy from them and I kind of can tell maybe where my two older ones are going to go," Kardashian said. "North, for sure, feels like a creative. Saint feels like a creative.”
The SKIMS founder said though that it's too early to tell with her younger two children. “The little ones, Chicago and Psalm? If you ask Psalm what he wants to do, he wants to be like a truck driver or anything with a truck," she said. "That's like been his Halloween costume for like three years.”
Kardashians' remarks came after she was seen on the family reality series teaching North the art of constructive criticism, after admitting that her oldest has a habit of being "critical" and giving different designers harsh "notes" during her fittings.
"This is just her vibe," the mom of four said, noting North's tendency to tell it too straight. "North won't lie, and that's amazing. So I'm trying to teach her you don't need to just jump in and annihilate people for no reason. There's a way to soften it up."
"There's a way to be honest and not hurt people's feelings, so I want you to learn that," she told her older daughter. "Because there's a way to say, 'You know, I might not love that.' "
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