"It's going….," Kylie told WSJ. Magazine in an interview published Oct. 25. "I think we're doing the best job that we can do."
After first sparking romance rumors in 2017, Kylie and Travis welcomed Stormi the following year. The makeup mogul, 26, and the "Highest in the Room" artist, 32, later broke up and got back together before adding Aire to their family in 2022.
After all, less than two months after his arrival, Kylie, who initially called her son Wolf, informed her nearly 400 million Instagram followers that the name didn't feel like the right fit. Ultimately, 10 months later, she revealed they'd changed his moniker to Aire.
"That was the hardest thing that I've ever done in my life," Kylie explained to the publication. "I'm still like, ‘Did I make the right decision?'"
Looking back, she further described how the pressure to finalize a name took a toll on her.
"The postpartum hit, and the hormones, and I couldn't even make a decision or think straight," the Khy founder continued. "And it just destroyed me. I could not name him. And I was like, 'I feel like a failure. I don't have a name for my son.' So it took me a while. And then the longer I waited, the harder it was to name him."
Over the years, Kylie and Travis have given glimpses into their family's world—posting adorable photos, celebrating their children's milestones and sharing how parenthood has changed them. For instance, she's talked about the lessons she's learned from Stormi.
"My daughter has totally taught me a lot more about myself, and seeing myself in her has changed everything. I've had so much growth and am just embracing natural beauty," Kylie told the outlet. "I'm teaching her about mistakes that I made and making sure she knows she's just perfect exactly how she is."
For the Kylie Cosmetics creator that includes her own experiences with cosmetic surgery.
"I've never touched my face, but just even getting my breasts done when I was 19 and getting pregnant soon after, not obviously planning to be pregnant at 19," she added. "And I was never insecure about myself. I actually was always super confident and loved my body. I was just having fun. I was influenced by amazing boobs and was like, that's what I wanted to do, and had fun with it."
And while Kylie said, "I probably should have waited until I maybe had kids or let my body just develop," she also noted parenting is about "teaching our kids to do better than us, be better versions of who we were."
To see some of Stormi's sweet photos, keep reading.