Spending time with her baby girl must have had that certain effect on the reality star as she shared throwback snaps of herself as a toddler.
Who would have thought that Kylie Jenner can rock a country look back in her younger years? That’s exactly what she did when she was a cute little girl. AmoMama gives you a glimpse of the little Kylie as gleaned from Pop Culture.
The makeup mogul posted two photos of herself on Instagram early this week and gave fans a sense of nostalgia with it.
The 20-year-old looked adorable in the throwback pictures. She looked like she was about three years old and appeared to be playing in the yard on a sunny day. She wore a sleeveless denim shirt and a pair of matching jeans.
Her top is designed with flowers and tied in a bow at the bottom, flaunting a sliver of cute toddler tummy. She topped off the country look with a white cowboy hat, concealing her springy brunette curls.
Fast forward to this year and Kylie is no longer a country girl but a fashion maven and no longer a little girl but a mother of one.
She welcomed her daughter, Stormi Webster, on February 1 together with her rapper boyfriend Travis Scott and celebrated her 11-week milestone the other day. Since Stormi was born, Kylie took on the role of motherhood with open arms. She has been spending time with her and learning all about motherhood.
Her BFF Jordyn Woods told People last month:
“It’s just whole new experience. It’s something you never have gone through, but you figure it out as you go. I think that it takes a really strong woman to carry a child. I’ve put myself in that situation of me actually carrying a child and it’s not easy. It’s really not easy. So I admire any woman who gave [birth] because that s— is crazy.”
Woods also disclosed that Kylie has a “learn as you go” approach to regular tasks such as changing diapers and she also said that friendship has not changed even when Kylie has become a mom.
Kylie’s mom, Kris Jenner, has also praised her own daughter’s parenting and said:
“She’s amazing. An amazing mom.”