Khloe Kardashian defended her vacation photos after she was accused of treating her daughter like an 'accessory'
- Khloe Kardashian is on a tropical vacation with her 16-month-old daughter, True Thompson.
- Because Kardashian has been flooding social media with photos of the two together, a commenter accused her of treating True like an "accessory."
- "Would you like a parent NOT to create memories and traditions with their child?" Kardashian replied. "Would you like someone else to watch my child and me to do these things on my own? I am her mother and we will celebrate life together everyday. True and I are creating magical memories TOGETHER FOREVER."
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Khloe Kardashian was accused of treating her child like an "accessory" while flooding social media with photos of their tropical vacation.
An Instagram user commented on a photo of Kardashian carrying her 16-month-old daughter, True Thompson, on the beach: "U do know that your baby isn't an accessory right ?"
"Would you like a parent NOT to create memories and traditions with their child?" Kardashian replied. "Would you like someone else to watch my child and me to do these things on my own?
"I am her mother and we will celebrate life together everyday. True and I are creating magical memories TOGETHER FOREVER."
Kardashian wrote in a previous post that she had "been focused on ME" throughout the summer: "Me from within. Mind. Body. Soul."
Since the birth of her daughter in April 2018, Kardashian, 35, has dealt with multiple instances of her ex-boyfriend and True's father, Tristan Thompson, caught cheating with other women. She called his most recent affair "a debilitating blow to my soul" on an episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
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