See, when Kris agreed to allow Kim to move back home in anticipation of baby North West's arrival, she didn't bother to tell the rest of the family that still lives there -- namely, her husband Bruce and daughters Kylie and Kendall. But even that wasn't the end of it.
Kris hired a designer to makeover a room in the house into a nursery, leading to somewhat cramped conditions. But Kris was adamant that Kim needed to be there. Kim had sold her house, and her new house wasn't going to be ready until February, which was months after the baby's due date.
“It’s like this house isn’t even our own. It’s ridiculous!” Bruce said. "I’m just getting tired of it. There’s nothing for me here.”
Making the situation even more tense, Kris imposed a "no visitors for 40 days after the baby's birth"rule. This rule was especially problematic for the younger girls in the house as Kim's due date fell during their summer vacation, and they wanted to have friends over.
Kris came up with a solution, but it was kind of a crazy one. She rented out a house for Bruce, Kendall and Kylie to use. “Is Kim’s happiness more important than everyone else’s?" asked Hollywood Life's Chloe Melas. "Can you believe that three members of the family had to move out just so Kim could move in? The entire thing is crazy and to be honest makes you wonder why Kim didn’t just rent her own place as to not let herself be such an intrusion. But then again, it’s Kim’s world and maybe she just don’t care!”
Over at The Stir, Julie Ryan Evans thought this move was a very telling one about Kris' priorities as a mother. "If anything [Kris] has ever done says, ‘My world revolves around Kim, and the rest of you are mere distractions,’ this was pretty much it," she wrote.
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