Khloe Kardashian has learned a few things about motherhood since welcoming daughter True Thompson into the world.
And she's here to share that knowledges with her adoring fans!
The reality star, who gave birth to her first child in April 2018, took has taken to her app to rundown a list of statements and questions that make new moms such as herself cringe.
She's trying to do the public a service here.
She really wants to make sure you understand that these utterances should be off-limits when speaking to a woman who recently gave birth.
So get out a pad and paper and prepare to take some notes, okay?
Here we go...
Okay, the first thing to never ask a new mother is this: "Did you deliver naturally?" Must Khloe explain why this question is such a no-no? Yes? Okay, her answer is below.
Because It's MY Va-Jay-Jay!
"My vagina - its past, its present, its future - is none of your business! Period," writes Khloe, making a good point. Why would you ask a woman to detail the most painful and personal experience of her life?
What About Nursing? Can I Ask How Nursing is Going?
NO! "This is just such a personal issue. You never know the private struggles someone could be going through and how terrible it may be making them feel," Khloe says.
Look, Khloe Understands... But Still
"I totally get it that sometimes it's hard to know what to say to a new mom! I have my awkward moments, too," Khloe admits in this post. "There are a few things that are pretty much the worst things to hear after you've given birth, though. Like, please shut the f-ck up if you even TRY to brag about your good night's sleep."
Okay.... So What Else?
Khloe also discourages others from making observations, like "You look tired," "Your baby cries a lot," and "I never see you anymore." Do people think women want to hear statements such as this? What is the sentiment behind them?
Let Khloe Explain Further:
"A new mom is likely already sad about this, so this statement will most definitely cause tears - or anger," Khloe says of wondering out loud why she has seemingly become so anti-social. "Not a good idea."