Kylie may have given birth, but her big sister is still very pregnant with Stormi Webster's younger cousin. And Khloe Kardashian's been showing off her baby bump left and right.
Fans asked Khloe a ton of questions once the pregnancy news was out in the open. One fan even asked her about what it's like to have sex while pregnant.
Well, it being the week of Valentine's Day and all, Khloe decided to answer. And she didn't spare any details.
Writing on her app, Khloe Kardashian talked pregnancy sex at the end of her "Love & Lust Week."
"I have always heard that women are extra horny when they're pregnant," she wrote in response to a fan's question.
It may be the power of suggestion (like the "full moons see an uptick in crime"), or maybe it's just flaring pregnancy hormones, or maybe some age-old survival instinct to cement social bonds.
Khloe, it seems, hasn't had quite that experience.
"But for me it's been interesting."
Interesting is a vague word, but don't worry -- Khloe elaborates.
"In the beginning, sex was the same."
Of course. Before the baby bump and even after, things are usually pretty much the same, apart from abstaining from alcohol (if that's a big part of your sex life) and perhaps any unpleasant pregnancy side effects.
"As I got into my third trimester and started to get bigger," she writes, things began to change.
Beyond the obvious pregnancy changes. Her sex life took a turn for the worse.
"It became harder to have sex and a little more uncomfortable and limiting."
Khloe is quick, however, to say that baby daddy Tristan Thompson did nothing to hurt her self-image.
In fact, she writes that he has been "amazing" and "would never make me feel different in any way."
That sounds very sweet and healthy.
But she goes to say:
"I'm sure it's uncomfortable for a man to have sex with a pregnant woman too."
Of course, some men fetishize pregnancy. So congratulations, foot fetishists, there's something weirder than you out there. (Actually there are lots of things weirder, but let's not talk about oviposition kinks because we love ourselves)
"Personally, I get uncomfortable and insecure. Also, you can't move the same, so you kind of feel useless, LOL. But you just have to improvise and do the best you can."
That's pretty good advice.
Incidentally, Khloe is not the only one who's ever addressed the topic of sex during pregnancy.
According to various sex advice resources, there are a number of positions that are perfectly and should ideally be more comfortable.
One, for example, would involve a pregnant woman on her back or side. A man such as Tristan Thompson would lay on his side, with her legs draped over his hip, during intercourse. One or both parties might have their heads supported by pillows.
Even well into pregnancy, classic cowgirl position can work. If someone feels that they need a little support in order to remain comfortably upright, that same position in a comfortable chair might work. (A chair with arms for said support)
No one, pregnant or not, should ever feel pressured to have sex, of course.
Some hold irrational fears that even careful, ordinary sex will damage a fetus -- or somehow be incestuous. Most sex experts dismiss these anxieties.
Khloe Kardashian has never really shied away from frank and open discussions of sex.
She's talked about oral sex, sex in weird places, the kinds of genitals she wants in a partner (spoiler alert: not small), and even her own genitals.
(She describes herself as having a "puffy p--sy," so there you have it, people who've always wondered what Khloe Kardashian's bits looked like but were too afraid to ask)
Despite her frank openness about baby-making (well, what we'll loosely refer to as baby-making), Khloe was awfully secretive about this pregnancy.
She only debuted her baby bump a couple of months ago, and only on a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians did Khloe confirm her pregnancy on the show.
Most of us might consider sex talk more private than who is or isn't pregnant, but most of us are not Kardashians.