While the drama between Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson it has finally cooled down, learn to coparent among them comes with its own set of problems to solve.
In this sneak peek of tonight “Being the day with the Kardashians,” Khloe opened up to mom Kris Jenner on some of the difficulties they are having when it comes to raising his daughter True together, while living apart.
“To coparent is a different beast, it is probably the most difficult thing I have had to solve,” he said. “You become territorial, like, ‘This is my baby, why you tell me what to do?’ You forget that it is our baby. “
In a confessional, he explained that with Tristan returning to Cleveland for the training, they have to figure out how to be the visitation schedule for your daughter, now that Khloe will not go from one side to another like you did when you were together.
“Really strange to be True, and do not know when will see you the next time, and I haven’t really thought much on how True to visit Tristan in Cleveland,” he admitted. “I’ve just been avoiding having this conversation.”
Talking with her mother, Khloe praised her ex as “really consistent and present” in this moment, but wondered what it meant to your new array to True, logistically.
“Does that mean that I have to send to True there alone?” asked Khloe. “Coparenting is difficult and you have to respect both parents. I don’t know with what I feel comfortable. I’m sure that won’t force me to do anything that I don’t feel comfortable doing, but that is just to True to not see his dad?
Khloe said that the idea of sending it to any place alone he was “anxiety” because it is “just a baby”. He also wished that his situation was more similar to that which had been between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, noting, “at least they are two miles of each other”.
“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” airs Thursday on E!
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