Since Kim Kardashian gave birth to her second child, we are yet to see mother or her new baby boy, Saint West.
But we have heard from Kim Kardashian quite a bit.
On Monday, meanwhile, Kim revealed during a livestream on her official website that she has already lost SEVENTEEN POUNDS since giving birth just over two weeks ago.
She credits a healthy diet and breastfeeding for this extreme weight loss.
The mother of two invited Caitlyn Jenner over to Kris Jenner's house to cook some deep-dish pizza (delivered to the stars by fellow E! personality Giuliana Rancic) for the website event, which did not feature Kim actually making an on-camera appearance.
During their evening together, Kim reiterated to Caitlyn that she gained 60 pounds while she was pregnant with Saint.
At the beginning of her first trimester, she weighed 130 pounds; by the end of the third, she weighed 190.
"I almost died," Kim claimed.
Kardashian went on to say that she has a long way to go: she wants to get down to 120 pounds, which is actually just under what she weighed when she married Kanye West last year.
That's fine and everything. It's totally cool to have a personal goal.
But it's not cool for Kardashian to emphasize the importance of post-birth weight loss in such a manner.
There are plenty of new mothers out there who cannot shed their pregnancy weight all that easily (due to metabolism, health issues, the lack of time to exercise, etc.)... and that's ok.
Everyone's body responds to this monumental event differently and Kardashian should stop making it seem as if it's so gosh darn important to get her bikini body back as soon as possible.
Honestly, people, who cares how much weight Kim Kardashian loses?!?