Kylie Jenner says baby Stormi looks just like her

The 20-year-old new mama admits she’s still staring at that beautiful little face all day.

Kylie Jenner says baby Stormi looks just like her

When my son was born, I looked down at him and right away I could tell he looked nothing like me. Nope, that boy is the spitting image of my husband. Everyone commented on it, and as our baby grew we compared his baby pictures to his father’s, the resemblance became more and more undeniable. Having a baby who looks just like him may be the only thing my husband has in common with Kylie Jenner.

The 20-year-old new mom posted an update on life with little Stormi Webster (who will be 1 month old next week) on Twitter, answering a question from a fan who asked about her daughter.

The world hasn’t yet seen a full photo of Stormi, but that hasn’t stopped the baby from breaking Instagram records. When Jenner introduced Stormi to the world by posting a pic that focuses on her hand and reveals only a portion of her face, the photo became the most liked picture on Instagram, ever.

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Since Stormi is apparently the spitting image of her gorgeous mama, it’s easy to imagine what she looks like. Caitlyn Jenner recently posted a baby photo of the younger Jenner, and it is the cutest. The future beauty mogul had a million-dollar smile even back then.

Regardless of which parent the baby looks like, it’s always a wonder to see a face replicating one of a person you love. Kylie is still staring at her baby all day, and after two years, so am I.

A very important letter for new mamas

Listen, mom-guilt is a dirty liar. Yes, it's your job to fill your little human's needs, but you matter too. Don't forget to take care of yourself. Hang out with friends, take a drive blaring 90's hip hop or shower without interruptions—trust me, you'll be a better person (and mom) because of it.

Dear new mom,

You will shave again someday. Today is not that day.

Set expectations low, my friend, and set your partner's lower—at least where body hair and overall hygiene are concerned.

That conversation could go something like this: “From now on let's not consider shaving a “standard," but more like a gift that happens on birthdays and the first day of summer."

Voila, you are a gift-giving genius. You know what else is a gift? Shaving the inch and a half of skin that is between your skinny jeans and your boots. You're welcome world.

You will not be perfect at parenting.


I have yet to meet a perfect mother, but when I do, she's going to be a tiger who is insanely good at making up songs. (Daniel Tiger's mom, we salute you.)

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There is rightfully a lot of emphasis on preparing for the arrival of a new baby. The clothes! The nursery furniture! The gear! But, the thing about a baby registry is, well, your kids will keep on growing. Before you know it, they'll have new needs—and you'll probably have to foot the bill for the products yourself.

Thankfully, you don't have to break the bank when shopping for toddler products. Here are our favorite high-quality, budget-friendly finds to help with everything from meal time to bath time for the toddler set.

Comforts Fruit Crisps Variety Pack

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If there is one thing to know about toddlers, it is this: They love snacks. Keeping a variety on hand is easy when the pack already comes that way! Plus, we sure do appreciate that freeze-dried fruit is a healthier alternative to fruit snacks.

Comforts Electrolyte Drink

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Between running (or toddling!) around all day and potentially developing a pickier palate, many toddlers can use a bit of extra help with replenishing their electrolytes—especially after they've experienced a tummy bug. We suggest keeping an electrolyte drink on hand.

Comforts Training Pants

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When the time comes to start potty training, it sure helps to have some training pants on hand. If they didn't make it to the potty in time, these can help them learn their body's cues.

Comforts Nite Pants

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Even when your toddler gets the hang of using the toilet during the day, nighttime training typically takes several months longer than day-time training. In the meantime, nite pants will still help them feel like the growing, big kid they are.

Comforts Baby Lotion

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Running, jumping, playing in sand, splashing in water—the daily life of a toddler can definitely irritate their skin! Help put a protective barrier between their delicate skin and the things they come into contact with every day with nourishing lotion.

Another great tip? Shopping the Comforts line on to find premium baby products for a fraction of competitors' prices—and follow along on social media to see product releases and news at @comfortsforbaby.

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A few years ago, while my wife's baby bump got bigger and my daddy reading list grew longer, I felt cautiously optimistic that this parenthood thing would, somehow, suddenly click one day. The baby would come, instincts would kick in, and the transition from established couple to a new family would be tiring but not baffling.

Boy was I wrong.

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