Kim Kardashian Tries to Make Socks with Sandals Happen: Do You Approve?

Another day, another Kardashian-curated outfit to add to your summer wardrobe. Or maybe not. Kim Kardashian West is here to show you where she lands on the socks with sandals debate: unsurprising she’s all for the polarizing trend.
Kardashian West stepped out with her sisters on Thursday in Los Angeles wearing an outfit similar to the rest of her go-to summer looks. She styled a black half-zip windbreaker paired with black 2XU bike shorts (her go-to bottom). But instead of heels or Yeezy sneakers, which she’d typically choose, the 37-year-old mom wore a pair of cushion-like Yeezy Season 6 slide sandals paired with an unexpected accessory: thick hiking socks. (KKW never lets the summer heat in California get in the way of a good season-pushing ensemble.)
To top off her athletic look, she wore her hair in a sky-high, waist-length ponytail and neutral makeup.
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The media mogul has been on a Yeezy streak all summer, as she continues to be a walking billboard for her husband Kanye West’s line.
But she wasn’t alone in her sock-wearing outing. Kourtney and Khlo√© both joined their sister, with Kourtney in a lime green cropped tank, leather shorts, a small black and neon Louis Vuitton handbag and black sandals, all of which she showed off on Instagram.

Parkland Mass Shooting Survivors' Dad Killed in Robbery of His Convenience Store

Florida officials are searching for the suspect in the killing of a father whose two children survived the Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people.

Ayub Ali, 61, was killed after a man came into the convenience store he owned and allegedly robbed him Tuesday, a Broward County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson tells IPRESSTV.
Security footage released by the sheriff’s office shows the unidentified suspect entering the store, Aunt Molly’s Food Store, and browsing the aisles before making his way to the counter.
The suspect walks behind the counter and confronts Ali, and puts what appears to be a gun against his back. Ali can be seen putting his hands up and seemingly being forced to open the cash register.
The man then appears to take money out of the register and leaves the store. But authorities allege the man returned to the store and fatally shot Ali.
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The 61-year-old was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead, according to a Broward County Sheriff’s Office news release.
Now, officials are asking the public’s help in identifying the suspect.
Ali was the father of two survivors of the shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School, according to local station NBS 6. He had four children overall, the outlet reports.
“I can’t believe this. It happened during a robbery in his own store,”friend Joaquin Nieves told CBS Miami. Nieves told the station he had warned his friend about working alone.
Ali’s store reopened Thursday with memorials placed outside by loyal customers, NBC 6 reports.
The suspect wore a black vest and reddish-orange shorts with a black and white stripe on the sides, reddish-orange slides and a skull cap with “Miami” stitched on the front, the news release states.
Anyone with information is asked to contact BSO Homicide Detective James Hayes at 954-321-4231. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online at
Anonymous tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.

Why This Mom Is Showing Off Her Postpartum Body: 'People Are Craving Someone to Be Real'

Mia Redworth was unprepared to see her postpartum body.
“After having my son I was very upset about my body,” the British mom, 22, tells IPRESTV. “My stomach looked like a popped balloon, I had dark purple stretch marks everywhere even though I used every cream possible to stop this during pregnancy. I was very naive because no one ever shows the truth.”

She continued: “It was a complete shock to see how a normal body looks after having a baby, and we never see this on Instagram or in the media. I felt very alone and couldn’t find anyone I could relate to.”
Not wanting other mothers to feel the same way, Redworth, whose son Austin is now 2, began posting unretouched photos of herself on social media as she began her fitness journey.
“It can be scary showing your true unedited self on a platform that glorifies Photoshop and surgery, but there have only been a few times I’ve had to deal with hateful people,” says Redworth, who gained more than 40 lbs. during pregnancy. “I’ve always received so much love and support. I think people are craving someone to be real.”
Redworth, who regularly posts her workouts — some involving her son — says she feels better now than she did pre-pregnancy.
“Before my pregnancy I was very unhealthy,” says the brand influencer, who has over 65,000 Instagram followers. “I was a size 4 (UK) and the only way I maintained that body size was to starve myself. During this time I absolutely hated my body, it wasn’t ever enough and I was never skinny enough. It definitely proves your weight has nothing to do with true happiness.”
Now, Redworth works out at the gym a few times w week and makes sure to drink at least 2 liters of water per day. She eats “clean and lean” homemade meals, but doesn’t deprive herself of anything. She also steers clear of any fad diets.
“I just want to be a good role model for Austin and show him that fitness and living healthy can be fun without having to restrict anything,” she says. “I have no desired dress size or weight, as numbers mean nothing — it’s all about how you feel. And I love my body as it is now.”
That includes every last inch. “I love my stretch marks and my c-section scar,” says Redworth. “I have truly embraced my whole self and I’ve never been happier with the way my body looks. Everyone has their own ‘imperfections’ and there’s nothing imperfect about them — they make us unique. They tell a story.”
Her message to other moms? “Don’t be so hard on yourself! You created a tiny human in your body, it’s going to look different,” she says. “We have all the time in the world to change our bodies, but we can’t let insecurities stop us from making memories with our children. Get in a bikini and go swimming!”

Cardi B's Husband Offset Arrested for Gun Possession 10 Days After Birth of Their Daughter: Report

Cardi B‘s husband Offset was arrested outside of Atlanta, GA, for gun and drug possession on Friday.

The 26-year-old, who is a convicted felon and on probation, had been pulled over for his tinted windows when Georgia police officers allegedly discovered a gun inside of his vehicle, according to TMZ

The arrest comes just 10 days after the couple welcomed their first child together, daughter Kulture Kiari.

The Atlanta Police Department could not confirm the arrest to IPRESSTV.

Offset, whose real name is Kiari Kendrell Cephus, was charged with possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of marijuana, possession of a weapon during a crime and an improper lane change, according to TMZ. 

This is not Offset’s first run-in with the law. He was arrested in 2016 for driving with a suspended license, and in 2015 for drug and gun charges during a concert at Georgia Southern University, Billboard reported.

This recent arrest follows a very big couple of weeks in the rapper’s life, with the arrival of his little girl Kulture Kiari who was born Tuesday, July 10.

The baby girl is the first child for Cardi B and the fourth for Offset, who has three children from previous relationships: sons Jordan and Kody and daughter Kalea Marie.

He was recently seen cuddling with Cardi B, born Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, during a doctor’s visit for their daughter four days ago.

The birth of their daughter came two weeks after the new mom confirmed that she and Offset secretly tied the knot this past September. “Well now since you lil [nosy] f—s know at least ya can stop saying I had a baby out of wedlock,” Cardi B tweeted on June 25.

Woman Gives Birth Inside a Chick-Fil-A Bathroom — and Her Baby Gets Free Food for Life

After taking an unplanned bathroom break at Chick-Fil-A, a couple ended up delivering their baby in the restaurant’s bathroom.
“Last night I delivered our baby girl IN THE BATHROOM AT A CHICK-FIL-A!” Robert Griffin enthusiastically proclaimed on Wednesday in a lengthy Facebook post that has since gotten over 200,000 likes.

After Robert’s wife Falon began having contractions on Tuesday, the couple made a pit stop on their way to San Antonio, Texas’ University Hospital to meet up with a family friend at a local Chick-Fil-A store so they could drop off their two older daughters, KSAT ABC 12 reported.
As for what happened next, Robert wrote that as they were stopped, his wife realized she needed to use the bathroom. While it was after 10 p.m. at the time “and Chick-Fil-A was closed,” the couple banged on the windows to try and get the staff’s attention because Falon didn’t feel like she could wait until they got to the hospital.
After waving goodbye to the kids, Robert went inside the store to find out from the manager that his wife was “screaming” in the restroom — only to learn that she was in the process of giving birth!
Falon Griffin gave birth at a Chick-Fil-A
Falon Griffin gave birth at a Chick-Fil-A
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“I can see just the top of Gracelyn’s head, just barely crowning, but I knew we couldn’t go anywhere. So I told her, ‘Sweetie, we’re gonna do something great, and we’re gonna do it right here and we’re gonna do it right now,’ ” Robert told KENS-TV.
“I couldn’t control it,” his wife added. “I was basically [straddling] the toilet — I wasn’t even sitting down. I was literally standing giving birth, with one hand on the wall and one hand holding her head.”
However, during the delivery, Robert wrote on Facebook that he noticed that the child’s umbilical cord ‘was wrapped around her neck TWICE.” Not wanting to worry his wife, Robert “told her to relax for a minute and I was somehow able to unwrap the chord [sic] from the baby’s neck.”
“With two more strong pushes, and using my shirt for a towel, out came Gracelyn Mae Violet Griffin,” he wrote, adding that “paramedics arrived 15 minutes later” and that “everyone’s healthy.”
Continuing, the proud papa wrote, “Her birth certificate reads ‘Born in Chick-Fil-A’ and the hospital had me sign the birth certificate as the attending physician. ūüĎä”
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KSAT reported that ironically enough, ahead of Gracelyn’s birth, her parents actually purchased a Chick-Fil-A onesie reading “Little Nugget” on it.
In honor of the unexpected delivery, the popular franchise will give her free food for life and has also guaranteed her a job as soon as she turns 16, according to KENS-TV.

Man Killed Unborn Child by Beating His Pregnant Ex: 'I Didn’t Want to Hurt Her, Just the Baby'

An Alabama man who attacked his pregnant ex-girlfriend two years ago, killing their unborn child, told a friend afterward, “I didn’t want to hurt her, just the baby,” prosecutors said at the man’s trial this week in Birmingham.
Christopher Ammons Kemp, 31, did not deny the March 2016 assault that capped weeks of separation between him and Jessica Jackson, his defense attorney, John Robbins, said in court on Tuesday, reports
“He is responsible for his conduct that day,” that injured Jackson and the pair’s unborn child, Robbins said.
However, Robbins argued his client did not plan what happened and should be found guilty of a lesser charge — such as felony murder or manslaughter — rather than the count of capital murder facing him, according to
Kemp himself reportedly testified that he did not recall his exact actions and claimed he blacked out, though prosecutors argue he intended to kill the baby.
I just panicked,” Kemp testified, reports. “I had a drug-induced psychotic episode.”
He is charged with domestic violence and capital murder stemming from the altercation at Jackson’s residence, according to police who announced his arrest hours after the seven-months-pregnant Jackson, then 28, was found walking along a roadway and suffering from serious injuries.
Although Jackson’s unborn baby girl was pronounced dead at a hospital, she survived.
The violent incident was the work of “a jilted ex who felt like he was being pushed out,” Deputy District Attorney Neal Zarzour said in his opening statement on Tuesday, according to
The couple had met in middle school and dated in high school but broke up before they reconnected in 2014 while Jackson was married, court testimony showed.
After Jackson divorced, Kemp and his daughter from a prior relationship moved into her home in 2015. But throughout that year Jackson kept putting Kemp out, culminating in a New Year’s Eve incident when she grew fearful after he fired a gun outside the home, reports.
After Jackson refused to have sex with him days later, Kemp got mad and cut off her electricity — a breaking point in their relationship. “That was the last straw,” prosecutor Zarzour said.
Tensions continued between the estranged pair until the March 15, 2016 attack, when Kemp, under the influence of unprescribed Xanax that he was “popping … like it was candy” encountered Jackson in her home’s garage and snapped, Robbins, his attorney, said.
Kemp, who had gone back to Jackson’s residence to retrieve some belongings, did not expect to cross paths with her because he thought she would be taking his daughter to a dance class, as she normally did, Robbins said. That day however, Jackson had arranged for someone else to pick up Kemp’s child.
On the stand, Kemp said he recalled the moments leading to the alleged assault in Jackson’s garage, but then his memory went blank. He next remembered that he was on top of Jackson, using his left hand to strangle her and his right hand to punch her, when he realized what was happening.
“You left her in the garage unconscious and bleeding,” said Zarzour.
“Yes,” Kemp answered.
He said he tried to call for help on Jackson’s phone but was frustrated by its locking device and shattered the phone when he threw it — an action that prosecutors argued was an attempt to leave Jackson without a way to summon anyone to help her.
Kemp then left the scene. Hours later, when he was arrested, he told police that he was on his way to turn himself in, according to testimony.
In the interim Kemp sent a message via Facebook to a friend of Jackson’s family, writing “I didn’t want to hurt her, just the baby,” detective Daniel Lowe previously testified during a preliminary hearing in the case.
Zarzour recalled that statement for jurors, who began their deliberations on Friday.
Kemp’s attorney said that Facebook message was sent while Kemp was scared and intoxicated on pills and after he learned how significantly Jackson had been injured, according to
“I meant to type ‘or the baby,’ not ‘just the baby,’ ” Kemp reportedly said.
He could face the death penalty if convicted of his capital murder charge.

Roseanne Barr Says She Was Labeled a Racist Because She Voted for Donald Trump

Roseanne Barr is claiming she was labeled a racist because she voted for President Donald Trump in the 2016 election.
On Friday, the 65-year-old actress released a video on her YouTube channel, in which she addressed her firing from the now-canceled Roseanne reboot and shared her official statement about her exit.
“Hi, this is Roseanne Barr and I’d like to welcome you to my own studio where I’m able to speak for myself to my fellow and sister Americans without the filter of the biased media,” Barr began.

“This was my statement from the very beginning and it will continue to be forever because it is the truth. When ABC called and asked me to explain my ‘egregious and unforgivable’ tweet, I told them: ‘I thought Valerie Jarrett was white.’ And I also said, ‘I’m willing to go on The ViewJimmy Kimmel or whatever other show you want me to go on and explain that to my audience,’ ” explained Barr.
Barr continued: “Now, instead what happened was about 40 minutes after that, my show was canceled before even one advertiser pulled out and I was labeled a racist. Why you ask? Well the answer’s simple: it’s because I voted for Donald Trump and that is not allowed in Hollywood.”
Her statement comes not long after she released a clip titled “Roseanne explains the Valerie Jarrett tweet.” In the video, Barr, who is launching her own YouTube show, looks disordered and distressed as she smokes a cigarette while arguing with a male producer about the editing of a previous video — one that was apparently cut together from multiple shoots and showed Barr wearing different outfits.
Soon, the agitated star brings up the since-deleted tweet.
“I’m trying to talk about Iran! I’m trying to talk about Valerie Jarrett about the Iran deal. That’s what my tweet was about,” Barr screamed.
“I thought the bitch was white!” she said, getting even louder. “Goddamnit, I thought the bitch was white. F—!”
ABC canceled the Roseanne reboot in May following series creator Barr‘s controversial tweet about Valerie Jarret. In the since-deleted tweet, Barr likened Jarrett, a black former advisor to Barack Obama, to an “ape.”
“Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show,” president of ABC Entertainment Channing Dungey announced in a statement.
Following backlash from the tweet, Barr first appeared repentant, claiming that she didn’t know Jarrett is black and that she was on Ambien while tweeting.
The star also defended herself from accusations of racism. “I’m not a racist, I never was & I never will be,” she tweeted in May. “One stupid joke in a lifetime of fighting 4 civil rights 4 all minorities, against networks, studios, at the expense of my nervous system/family/wealth will NEVER b taken from me.”
She later explained that her tweet — which described Jarrett as a cross between the Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of the Apes — was actually commentary on anti-Semitism.
“Rod Serling wrote Planet of The Apes. It was about anti-semitism,” Barr tweeted. “That is what my tweet referred to – the anti semitism of the Iran deal. Low IQ ppl can think whatever they want.”
Since her firing two months ago, Barr said that she will not be participating in any TV interviews.
“After a lot of thought, I decided that I won’t be doing any TV interviews, too stressful & untrustworthy 4 me & my fans,” she tweeted July 9. “I’m going to film it myself & post it on my youtube channel in the next week-the entire explanation of what happened & why! I love you all-sign up & get ready.”

Abby Lee Miller Completes Her Fifth Round of Chemotherapy: 'I Deserve a Little Treat Today'

Abby Lee Miller is celebrating the end of her latest round of chemotherapy with a little makeover.
The former Dance Moms star, 51, shared an update on her recovery on Instagram Friday from her hospital bed.

“I just finished my 5th round of Chemo!!!” she wrote in the caption. “I think I deserve a little treat today, so I’m putting on my make-up just in case! #abbyleemiller #aldcla #abbylee #dancemoms #aldc.”
In the photo, Miller smiled at the camera as she held up a mascara brush in one hand and a Nars makeup palette in the other.
Last week, the TV reality star shared a photo of herself sustained in the air by a harness and holding on to a beam following emergency surgery on her back.
“‘Look at me, way up high I never thought I’d be cast in the role of Peter Pan, but I’m harnessed up and ready to fly!!” she wrote in the caption.
Miller — who was preliminarily diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma — was first spotted out of her hospital bed and moving around in a wheelchair on June 22, weeks after she revealed she had begun the healing process following the emergency surgery.
Since then, she’s frequently posted photos of herself in recovery. In early July, she shared a photo of her back on Instagram which she captioned with, “After the 2nd surgery, My back is finally on the mend.”
“I just wish the top section & bottom would hurry along too!” she added. “I had 52 staples perfectly aligned and now a bunch of crazy stitches are holding my neck & lumbar region together!”
While she is taking slow steps toward recovery, production for Dance Moms has begun casting and the former instructor is involved in the process, a rep for Lifetime confirmed to IPRESSTV on Thursday.
That same day, she shared a photo of herself with a cameraman, Max Segal, on Instagram while smiling from her hospital bed.
“Back to work…….. Lights, Camera, Action!! ūüé•#dancemoms #abbylee #abbyleemiller#aldc #aldcla,” she wrote in the caption.


Jessica Rae Sacco, the subject of a recent Martinis & Murder podcast, went missing March 2012, just months before her 22nd birthday. Her mother, Sue Taynor, had a really bad feeling when she couldn’t reach her daughter.

“I just kept thinking, she’s not answering her phone. Where is she? We started searching for her. We started going on her Facebook and asking friends,” Taynor told Oxygen’s “#KillerPost.”
She went over to her daughter’s apartment again to try to find Jessica. Previously, she went to the home only to be turned away by  Jessica’s boyfriend, who told Sue that Jessica was at a friend’s house. This time, no one was home. Worried, Jessica's mother let herself in with a spare key and she was shocked at the state of the home.
“It was really, really awful. I wouldn’t let a rat live in there. Maggots and flies all over.”
The bathroom door of the apartment was locked. Sue noticed a strong, pungent odor. She called the landlord, asking him to open the door. A few hours later, he stopped by and found Jessica’s partially dismembered body in the bathtub. It had been eight days since she had been murdered.
Just one year earlier, Jessica returned to Ohio after her relationship with a guy in Florida turned sour.
“She seemed to really be struggling and not knowing what to do next, so I told her come back to Ohio. We’ll help you out,” Sue recalled in her interview with “#KillerPost.” Their relationship had been rocky in the past. Jessica struggled with depression and bipolar disorder. At the time she was on medication, which seemed to be helping. Sue offered to help Jessica pay for her own apartment, so she could get back on her feet.
“We were just kind of doing well, building back the relationship that was kind of torn apart for all those years,” her mother recalled.
Once settled into her new place, Jessica began searching for friends and love online.
“That was her world,” her mom said. “That’s where she felt most comfortable. Being online, she could be anyone she wanted. She could meet people.”
Jessica joined some dating sites but nothing panned out. Instead, she connected with a man named Matthew Puccio, a 25-year-old ex-Marine in Texas, through Facebook. They both just ended bad relationships and they were both part of the Juggalo subculture. After a few months of talking daily, Matthew visited Jessica in Ohio. They hit it off and not long after, he moved in.
Jessica’s mother noticed that Jessica had become more withdrawn, and moody, through her Facebook posts.
“She started posting things online. Awful things,” Sue told “#KillerPost.”
Sue began worrying that her daughter had stopped taking her medication. When she went over to see her daughter, she found out that Matthew had persuaded her to stop taking her prescription drugs.
“Really the only thing I could do, she’s an adult so I just kinda said ‘is this what you want?’ and she said ‘Yes.’ I said ‘OK.’ And I walked,” Sue reflected.
Not long after that interaction, Matthew invited two of his friends to come live in the apartment with him and Jessica, Andrew Forney and his wife Kandis. They didn’t work, and they were essentially squatting in Jessica’s home, something she wasn’t particularly pleased about.
“Ultimately she agreed to it because she knew he was right – Juggalos look out for each other,” Tom Morris, crime reporter, told “#KillerPost.”
Jessica let her new live-in boyfriend’s friends stay, but it put a rift in their relationship. According to the show, his friends weren’t a fan of Jessica either. They would often text their animosity towards her to Matthew, all while the four were in the same room with one another. Then, more friends moved in. Matthew invited his buddies Sharon Cook and Chris Wright over to also live in Jessica’s apartment. Jessica started feeling unwelcome in her own home. She asked her mother if she could stay with her.
“‘I said “You know what? I can’t.’ I just couldn’t take any more chaos.  We had been through too much in the last month with her and Matthew. I just kinda needed a break,” Sue said. “That’s always the part that’s hardest to live with, you know hindsight you wish you hadn’t of done that because you feel like you should have done something else.”
Not long after that, Jessica stopped responding to her mother’s text messages. She also stopped posting on Facebook.
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From left to right: Andrew Forney, Sharon Cook, Matthew Puccio, Christopher Wright and Kandis Forney.
Police later found out that Matthew stabbed Jessica in the abdomen. He then texted his friends from within the house to let them know that she was stabbed. They were all in the living room. Hours later, Matthew suffocated her with a plastic bag, according to Dayton Daily News. Then his four friends helped him dismember parts of Jessica’s body with a sword and knives. At one point, the five defendants took a break from the dismemberment to eat at McDonald’s. Jessica’s limbs were later dumped in southern Ohio and northern Kentucky.
During the investigation, Matthew told at least five versions of what happened to his girlfriend before he finally admitted the truth. He later pleaded guilty to stabbing, suffocating and dismembering Jessica. He has been sentenced to life in prison, as reported by Fox News. Andrew Forney was sentenced to 10 years for his role. His wife Kandis Forney was sentenced to six years. Sharon Cook was sentenced to three years and Chris Wright was given four.

Khloé Kardashian Promises to 'Do Better' After She Uses the R-Word in Instagram Video

Khlo√© Kardashian is apologizing after making an offensive remark on social media.
In an Instagram Livestream video posted Thursday, Khlo√©, 34, tried to show off a simple morning exercise routine with big sister Kourtney Kardashian, but the two were apparently frustrated enough with the process of connecting their mobile devices to the program that they both could be heard using the term “retard” haphazardly.

In one instance, Kourtney, 39, can be heard off-camera telling Khlo√©, “Yes, you can you f—— retard.” Khlo√© herself later echoed the word choice by asking her sister, “Are you f—— retarded?” while continuing to try and configure their devices to stream properly.
Khlo√© was later confronted on Twitter by a fan who advised the reality star to “pay more attention” to her choice of language, pointing out that she may have offended certain members of her massive internet following — especially those who may be disabled or have a disabled loved one.
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“If True had a disability you would use a different word,” the Twitter user wrote, referencing her daughter True Thompson.
Soon after, Khlo√© responded with an apology for her upsetting language, writing, “Ugh I hate that word! Why did I even say that? You are a million percent right and I actually greatly dislike when people use that word! I will do better! I am sorry! much love today.”
Khloe Kardashian Twitter interaction
Khloe Kardashian Twitter interaction
Some then complimented Khlo√© on her ability to recognize her mistake and course correct without making excuses for herself.
“Now this is the way you are accountable for your actions and apologize. Much respect to you for realizing what you said was wrong and owning up to it!” wrote one follower. “It’s so difficult to break a habit like that but so much respect for really trying and owning up to mistakes,” another added.
Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian
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It’s been just over a month since Khlo√© returned home to Los Angeles from Cleveland, Ohio, where she welcomed her baby girl with boyfriend Tristan Thompson.
“I’m over the moon about being home! Of course, I missed my actual house immensely while I was in Cleveland — there’s nothing like enjoying your own home,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star wrote on her websiteThursday.
“I’m most excited about being so close to my family. Getting the kids together and having True do all of her classes with her cousins is a great feeling!” she added.