More than three weeks after coming into the world, North West appears to be nothing less than a wonderful baby in front of her family and close friends.
"Nori is doing great. She's such a happy and smiley baby and she sleeps incredibly well at night," a Kardashian family insider tells E! News. "Obviously, she's not sleeping through the night just yet, but she's getting there."
With Kim Kardashian and Kanye West continuing to care for their "beautiful" daughter near Los Angeles, the proud parents are also adjusting incredibly well to their new life as parents.
As they continue to tackle the usual parental responsibilities including diaper changes, the couple can't resist making Nori their biggest priority.
"Mom and dad play with her all day at Kris [Jenner]'s house," the source says. "They have a constant stream of friends and family stopping in to check on her."
The family insider adds, "The house is always full of visitors. Everyone's coming to her right now."
All of the support Kardashian has received since the birth has made the E! star's parenting fears disappear. In the beginning, Kim feared having a baby would be a difficult adjustment. But a source reveals it's all coming so naturally to her.
"She's loving motherhood and all her fears have gone away," a source recently told E! News. "Even Kourtney Kardashian, who thought it would be challenging, is shocked how well Kim is transitioning."
As North continues to receive plenty of love from her family, fans continue to wait patiently for the first glimpse of baby Kimye.
Jenner appeared on Today Monday morning where she was asked if fans will see a glimpse of North West on her talk show premiering next week.
"Well, that's ambitious and I think it would be fun. I think you're just going to have to wait and see and tune in, because I'm not sure exactly what's going to happen," Jenner teased.
"I won't tell you it won't happen," she added. "Give you a little something to think about. Yeah, you never know who's gonna show up."
Tune in to Keeping Up with the Kardashians on Sundays at 9 p.m., only on E!