While there are lots that can be said about someone like Kourtney Kardashian, there’s one thing that many of her fans agree on- she’s the kind of mom who likes to be there and present for her kids. The reality television star recently shared a cute clip of her four-year-old son Reign pretending that he’s Tarzan while on the monkey bars. Kardashian shares the cute tot with her ex-partner, Scott Disick. The former couple also have two other children- Mason, nine, and Penelope, seven.
Looking more and more like his older siblings every day, the proud mom shared a clip of Reign showing off his impressive skills on a set of playground monkey bars. According to People Magazine, in the clip, Reign can be seen leaping onto the park structure and then swinging from one bar to the next as his little toes dangled above the sand. While he managed to get from one side of the monkey bars to the other, he needed a little help from big sister Penelope to safely get down.
Of course, this isn’t the first time that Kardashian has shared a sweet clip of her children bonding with one another. As a matter of fact, the Disick kids have had quite an adventurous summer. Kardashian made sure to bring her kids everywhere she went this year,-which included trips to Mexico, Italy and even Idaho.
While a lot of people adore all of the fun clips and photos Kardashian posts on her social media accounts, there are stil a few people who can’t help but criticize the reality television star and her lifestyle. Some pointed out that Kardashian looks like a mom who doesn’t work because all she does is take vacations with her kids.
It didn’t take very long for Kardashian to hit back at her critics, and assured them that she's a working mom who also knows how to spend time with her kids. While it might have been easy to just brush off the negative comments from these trolls, she did write back to defend herself anyways.
The mother-of-three wrote, “Who says I am not a working mom? Because I most definitely am. Working moms can be dedicated, of course. As women, we should be supporting each other for what allows us to be our best, not being so critical and judgmental of each other. We all do things our own way.”