It’s not uncommon for parents to decorate their unborn children’s bedrooms with a predetermined color scheme, or with items that they (as parents) like. But it's another thing entirely to say that they felt a child’s personality before birth, and made their decorating choices that way ... isn't it?
“It’s so funny how we feel our children’s personalities before we even meet them," Khloe wrote. "Maybe True picked the wallpaper in my tummy.”
It's a sweet thought but we’re guessing that if Khloe wasn’t also getting this pretty, pink and sweet vibe from her tummy, she wouldn’t have opted to decorate the room with a fried chicken print to support the other thing True was asking for before her birth.
Khloe also praised the pink bird because it’s “elegant,” “creative” and “not so traditional” which, again, are nice personality characteristics a parent could hope to later use to describe a child ... but they're also words we would use when talking to an interior designer. Regardless of whether or not the chicken came before the egg (or the flamingo before the baby, in this case), it's nice to see a twist on the traditional nursery design animals.
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