Unfazed! Kylie Jenner‘s daughter, Stormi Webster, put on a brave face (literally) as a spider walked all over her on Monday, November 4. OK, *technically* it was a spider Instagram filter, but still. The tiny tot — whom the billionaire shares with her ex-boyfriend, Travis Scott — didn’t even flinch.
“Spider!” Storm Storm giggled as she seemingly tried catching the creature with her hands. In response, Kylie, 22, asked, “You’re not scared?!” to which she smiled, “No.” In fact, she liked it. “You like it?” the Kylie Skin mogul questioned, which promoted a “Yes” from the 21-month-old. Watch the video above to see all the creepiness, er, cuteness for yourself.
On October 24, Kylie gushed over motherhood on social media. “I have so many belly photos but this one has always been one of my favorites. Baking my little baby Storm was such a special time in my life,” she wrote Instagram. “I actually became so much stronger and independent throughout the entire experience. Women really are amazing … Tag a strong woman in your life 💓.”
Unfortunately, it doesn’t sound like baby No. 2 is in the cards right now, at least not with her ex. “Everyone is hoping that it’s just temporary,” a source told In Touch in early October of their split. “I know that Kris [Jenner] loves Travis, and she would have told Kylie not to do anything drastic. But if you piss Kylie off enough, she’ll say and do things to get back at you, and Travis isn’t one to stand around and take it.”
As it happens, Kris, 63, isn’t the only member of the famous bunch on #TeamTravis. “Kim, Kourtney and Khloé [Kardashian] love Travis too. Hopefully, this is just as they say, a break, and nothing more,” the insider noted.
But — does taking a break actually work? Not necessarily, according to Dr. Cortney S. Warren, a clinical psychologist and former associate professor of psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas who spoke exclusively to Life & Style. “In general, couples go ‘on a break’ or ‘separate’ when they don’t want to break up but have a significant unresolved issue that is causing distress and pain in the relationship.”
“Whether a separation leads to getting back together or a splitting for good depends highly on the couple. If the break is done honestly with transparency and good intentions, the information learned will likely lead to a clear answer,” Dr. Warren said. “Whether that answer is the stay together or move apart depends on what is learned. That said, if done well, a break can lead both people in the partnership to a better life independent of the outcome.”
Sigh. Stormi’s happiness is what comes first, and based on this video, she’s pretty darn happy.
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