Kourtney Kardashian shows off special Valentine’s Day tributes to each of her children and stepkids in sweet new photos | The Sun

KOURTNEY Kardashian has honored all of her kids and step-kids for Valentine's Day.

Kourtney got every single child in her family a personalized cake for the holiday of love.

Kourtney and Travis's had a cake dedicated to themselves for their first Valentine's Day as a married couple.

Travis' children Landon and Alamaba, and Atiana, his ex-wife's daughter who he practically adopted got individual cakes along with Kourtney's children Penelope, Mason, and Reign.

Each cake was unique, but they all fit into the same sweet Valentine's Day theme.

The color scheme was white, red, and pink and the cakes were decorated with cherries, flowers, pearls, and delicate piping.

For the photo, all of the cakes were posed on white lace table clothes before they were eaten by the Kravis family.


The KUWTK star and her ex Scott Disick share three children: Reign, 8, Penelope, 10, and Mason, 13.

After marrying Travis in May 2022, Kourtney also became the stepmother to Landon and Alabama. Kourtney also took Travis' step-child Atiana under her wing.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis have been enjoying their blended family, but she was accused of not spending enough time with her children last year.

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The Kardashian posted a photo of her and her three children on Instagram when a user responded and said, "Oh wow you’re with your kids finally?”

Kourtney responded back and said, "I’m with my kids every day thank God, social media isn’t always real life."


Just because they're connected to the Kardashians, doesn't mean Travis' kids have it easy. Alabama has been making a lot of sad and cryptic late-night posts.

The young Barker also admitted to crying at home and while she was at school.

She took to her YouTube channel for her first-ever Q&A video, fielding inquiries from her followers. Things started off simple, with questions about her as a person, her dream job, and similar topics.

A few minutes into the video, things took a turn. Her final question from fans was: "How do you deal with hate at such a young age in this industry?"

Alabama spoke openly about her haters online, revealing how ruthless some have been toward her.

She replied: "I could say a lot of things to this question. The main thing for an individual to remember when dealing with hate is that it will never get better if you don't let it get better yourself – if you don't block out the hate, it will never get better.

"People will never stop hating on you. It hurts, it does. It's terrible, it's sad, it's not fun."

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Alabama revealed: "I've cried at school, I've cried in class, I've cried at home. I've done it all because it's sad.

"It's not cool but once you overcome it and once you realize that these people are miserable and they need healing themselves, you just pray for them and you pray for their wellbeing and that's all that you can do."

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