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Caitlyn Jenner continues to savor the moment.

In fact, she has compiled so many memorable, incomparable moments since beginning to live life full-time as a woman, it's been difficult to single out one as more momentous than another!

So in this latest new teaser for E!'s upcoming docu-series I Am Cait, Caitlyn is pretty much doing it all. She's playing tennis ("now I know why girls need a sports bra!"), meeting with school teachers as part of her efforts to help educate about the transgender community, hugging her family and sharing a wonderfully touching conversation with her 89-year-old mother, Esther Jenner.

And, of course, she's been having a ball in the glam department, especially once she realizes that she's the new "authority on hair and makeup" in the family.

Having so much in common with her loved ones hasn't come without its hurdles, however...

"Mom has that," Kim Kardashian breaks the news to Caitlyn as she shows off a sleek black dress with gold-toned accents in her spacious walk-in closet.

The priceless look on Caitlyn's face just screams, "Well, that figures."

I am Cait

Early on in the clip, meanwhile, Caitlyn notes how bright the sun is—and she can't help but speak in metaphors, having written in her second blog post that "the future looks bright."

"I knew that my transition would get some response, but I certainly never expected all of this. It's honestly been incredibly positive," she wrote.

I am Cait

And perhaps one of the most memorable moments of all is yet to come.

Tonight, Caitlyn will be honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPYs, and almost all of her children and step-children are expected to attend, as are Caitlyn's mom and sister.

Caitlyn Jenner


"I think Caitlyn's decision to publicly come out as a transgender woman and live as Caitlyn Jenner displayed enormous courage and self-acceptance," ESPYs producer Maura Mandt spoke to Sports Illustrated about this year's Arthur Ashe recipient. "Bruce Jenner could have easily gone off into the sunset as this American hero and never have dealt with this publicly. Doing so took enormous courage."

(In June, Caitlyn Jenner chose to identify publicly as a woman and E! News will refer to her using female pronouns. In stories published before this date, she was referred to as Bruce Jenner and male pronouns were used.)

I Am Cait premieres July 26 at 8 p.m. on E!—and don't miss the 2015 ESPY Awards, hosted by Joel McHale, Wednesday night at 8 p.m. on ABC!