She's literally due any minute! Khloé Kardashian has been all cooped up in her Cleveland home that she shares with her boyfriend Tristan Thompson as they await baby No. 1's due date — but she admitted that she's getting bored. She took to Snapchat on Saturday, April 8 to share some videos and photos of herself playing with filters to pass the time until it's time for her to give birth to her baby girl. Watch the video above to see how Khloé is spending her last few days of pregnancy!
In one of the snaps, fans could see Khloé rolling and bouncing on a stability ball, which is a common exercise technique that expectant mothers use in order to safely and naturally induce labor, according to The Bump. Rolling on the ball helps relax the lower back and hip muscles and bouncing on the ball helps the baby to move down closer to the birth canal — which helps to start the labor process.
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On top of playing with Snapchat filters, Khloé has been enjoying a little TV binge-watching. Within the past week, she's tweeted about her love for the Showtime series Billions and Bravo's reality TV series The Real Housewives of New York City. It seems like TV is the best way for Khloé to pass the time, since she already has everything set for her newborn daughter's arrival — she even has her hospital bag packed and ready to go with her computer, chargers, toiletries, socks, pajamas, maternity bras, and going home outfits for both mommy and baby.
"When it comes time to go to the hospital to deliver my baby girl, I'll be ready," Khloé recently wrote on her app, according to E! News. "Of course, I'm already packed up and have been for a while, LOL. I knew exactly what I wanted to put in my hospital bag — lots of comfy things for me and for her!"