She might have had her fair share of ups and downs but Blac Chyna is finally in a place that she wants to be in her life with her two children by her side: King and Dream. The former reality television star, who was once engaged to Rob Kardashian, is opening up about her life behind the scenes and yes, she’s also offering her fans some very interesting parenting advice.
According to The Blast, the Instagram model and mom of two has shared the seven things she thinks every child needs to hear from their parents. Chyna has been co-parenting her children along with her two exes, Kardashian and rapper Tyga. As many fans can recall, Tyga was in a long term relationship with Kardashian’s little sister Kylie Jenner before the couple broke up back in 2018.
The proud mother shared several snaps of her and her two children wearing matching Adidas tracksuits. She captioned the photos with, “I’m not a regular mom, I’m a cool mom,” which some people think might be a dig to Kardashian’s mother, Kris Jenner. That’s because the Kadashian family matriarch has long been a meme on the internet, with many critics depicting her as Amy Poehler’s “cool mom” character in the hit Hollywood movie, Mean Girls.
With that said, Chyna says there are several things that children need to hear from their parents on a daily basis. Some of these include: I love you, I am proud of you, I am sorry, I forgive you, I am listening. Also, she says that she often tells her kids that they have responsibilities and that they have what it takes to succeed in life.
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Surprisingly enough, many of Blac Chyna’s long time critics agree with her and her relatively sound parenting advice. While Blac Chyna has certainly made many headlines in the past and is well known for some of the feuds she had with the Kardashian family, both she and Rob Kardashian have called a truce. They’ve put their differences aside in order to do what’s best for their daughter Dream. Additionally, Chyna also works with her ex Tyga to make sure that King benefits from having both parents in his life.