Khloé Kardashian went on a last minute shopping spree to get travel gear for her new baby girl.
For most new parents, the stuff they buy before the child arrives is of the mundane variety: diapers, towels, and maybe cans of beans to eat on the long and lonely nights without seeing the outside world.
Only a Kardashian would think that her little bundle of joy needs to have a set of luggage before they even arrive.
According to sources speaking to TMZ, the most recent Keeping Up With The Kardashians star to bring a new baby into the world also spent some serious green on making sure this baby was ready for the jet-set lifestyle.
Khloé purchased roughly 20 items from the baby boutique store Petit Tresor, which is apparently a favorite of the Kardashian clan. Both Kylie and Kim went shopping there before their respective babies were born last month (although Kim’s was by surrogate). According to insiders, Khloé spent just under four grand on big-ticket items such as a BabyZen Yoyo Travel Stroller, a Medela Pump On-The-Go Station, and a Storksak Travel Diaper Bag, although that was hardly all.
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Those same sources also said that Khloé was anticipating a lot of travel between her home in Los Angeles and the home of her boyfriend and baby daddy Tristan Thompson in Cleveland--although with the recent cheating scandal, who can say how much travel will actually take place.
On the other hand, sources speaking to Entertainment Tonight say that Khloé has no plans to put the kibosh on the relationship--at least, not anytime soon. "They are both 100 percent committed to moving past this and focusing on the overwhelming joy they have in their life right now with their new daughter," the source shares. "Tristan knows he's got to step up now though and can't screw up."
For now, Khloé will be heading back to Los Angeles ASAP to be with her family. "Right now, she realizes she needs her family around her and knows they are the people in her life that she will always love and trust," the source said.