Kim Kardashian Shares How "Sidekick" North West Helps Take Care of Her Younger Siblings

Even a master of multitasking like Kim Kardashian needs a little help sometimes. Here's how her oldest pitches in to assist Mom with Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.

By Elana Rubin Aug 10, 2021 7:50 PMTags
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Turns out it's incredibly hard to keep up with Kim Kardashian's busy schedule, which is why the mom of four depends on her oldest, North West, to help her out!

While she puts Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2, to sleep, Kim told Parents North assists with mom duty.

"Bedtime is such a challenge with four kids," Kim admitted. "It's rare that I get all of them down as planned, but now that North is older, she's become my little sidekick and helps me with the younger ones. It's actually so cute."

But even though North is extremely helpful at bedtime, she's just a regular kid when it comes to what Kim describes as the "worst time of day: getting the oldest kids ready for school and out the door in the morning."

Just like her fashion-obsessed mama, "North loves to pick out her own outfits, so sometimes getting dressed takes longer than planned."

Considering that North has been living the good life ever since she was a baby, who could blame her? Kim revealed that North's 1st-birthday party was "one of the best" parties that she has ever thrown.

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"The kids absolutely loved it," she said about the "Kidchella"-themed birthday party in June 2014, a play on the Coachella music festival in Indio, Calif.

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The mom of four also shared that her "parenting superpower" is how she's "naturally very calm."

"I don't get super-stressed or impatient, which I think is definitely a superpower when you have three kids age 5 and under running around," she explained.

Plus, she knows how to keep them happy.

"Everyone loves my vegan tacos," the lawyer-in-training boasted. "They've become our Tuesday-night staple." Regarding her cooking in general, she said that her kids haven't "rejected" any of her meals: "I am good at knowing what my kids love or knowing how to alter meals that I like so that they'll enjoy them too."