It's hard to believe that it's already been one month since Khloé Kardashian gave birth to her first child, True Thompson, with her serial cheater baby daddy, Tristan Thompson. Although the 33-year-old has yet to release a photo of the newborn, she has shared some intimate details about the baby including the meaning behind True's name and plans for her first Mother's Day.

But that's not all! Khloé revealed on her app some of True's favorite things to do since making her grand entrance. "Baby True is going to be a month old on [May 10]! So far, she's so incredibly sweet and patient — really not fussy at all," the Good American founder said. "I can tell she's going to be super athletic and incredibly strong! She's very calm, peaceful and loves to cuddle with her parents."

On May 9, Khloé acknowledged True's one-month birthday on Twitter. "I can't believe my baby will be a month old tomorrow! Why does this make me happy and sad all at the same time?" she tweeted. "Thank you, Jesus, for my sweet peanut."

Just days before she gave birth, Khloé found out that Tristan had been cheating on her with multiple women throughout her pregnancy. Since then, the couple has put on a united front — but the Kardashian family isn't too happy about the whole thing. Not only did Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian speak about Tristan's cheating ways on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, but sources also told TMZ that they are "outraged" by his betrayal.

"Khloé's family is outraged he humiliated and betrayed her right before she gave birth to their daughter," the insider shared. On top of that, her family "wishes she'd remain civil with him for the sake of their daughter, but move on." The source continued, "That said, they have enormous respect for Khloé and think she's capable of making decisions for herself."

Regardless of Khloé and Tristan's romantic future together, True will always be their main priority. The NBA star — who also shares a son with ex Jordan Craigspoke out for the first time since his daughter's birth on UNINTERRUPTED's Road Trippin' podcast and said, "I think with a girl, you're just so much more emotionally like… With a boy, it's just like, 'Hey, man. You'll be alright, man. Stop crying.'"

"But with True, it's like, 'True, it's gonna be OK,'" he continued. "'You know, we're right here. 'Daddy's here to feed you. It's me! Look, yeah!' It's way different, but it's fun, though… It changes you."