Kim Kardashian West has her own built in ‘Mother’s Group’ with her three sisters!

Kim recently welcomed her third child, three-month-old Chicago, with husband Kanye West, thanks to the help of a surrogate.

Now, the 37-year-old star is praising the experience, and says she’d do it all again.

“I would have maybe one more [child],” she told Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest during a live interview on May 11.

“I really, really enjoyed the surrogacy process,” she said, adding that it was “the best decision I ever made.”

Two of Kim’s sisters, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, also recently became mums and Kim said there’s plenty of sisterly support going on.

Kourtney is also a mum of three.

“We’re on a group chat 24/7 and it’s always like, ‘Wait, what’s the new monitor? What formula are you using?” she shared.

She also added that she and Khloe — who gave birth to her first child, daughter True, one month ago— “have very similar parenting styles.”

“We think we vibe,” she said.

Kim Kardashian West

Kourtney Kardashian

Thank you God for making me their mommy.

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Khloe recently shared the first picture of Baby True

????Happy One Month True ????

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Kylie Jenner

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Did you have a built in support group with family and friends?

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  • I wish I was closer to my sister for this sort of support


  • Never had any support group – just had to get on and do it myself. I also gave birth to all four of my babies no intervention at all,


  • Kim is very lucky to have close relationships with her sisters so they can support each other. They would all find it difficult to find people they could trust as friends with their jobs


  • Cute pics, thank you for sharing.


  • Not really a Mother’s group, but family supporting each other through one of the hardest times in their lives!


  • Great article and these babies are so cute


  • I can’t imagine surviving motherhood without the support of family and friends, although I’m not sure that I would call it a “mother group”.


  • Such sweet little babies and support from sisters is sweet too.

    • They can all enjoy milestones together.


  • When my kids were little, I didn’t have a a support group like this, but I did connect once a week with a group of young mums of church. Once we moved here I had a very supportive neighbour (and friend) for 7 years. I literally could knock on her door at 3am in the night. 1,5 year ago we had to move and God knows how much I miss her.
    The last couple of years I daily chat with my sisters and mum on What’sApp, which is lovely and brings them close. They are all on the other side of the world.


  • Sadly, I didn’t have ths kind of support.


  • We do a group chat in our family too. It’s just the best way to keep each other up to date


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