Rob Kardashian was born to be a father, a source has alleged, claiming that the 29-year-old can't get enough of spending quality time with his daughter, Dream.
Kardashian, who welcomed his little girl into the world almost three weeks ago, has neglected his depression and anxiety battle and more or less replaced it with his responsibilities to be the best father he can be to Dream.
It's no secret that Rob Kardashian faced an ongoing struggle with his confidence in recent months, following the star's shocking weight over the course of three years. In recent months, Rob has been very open about his lack of confidence in himself, which merely stems from the fact that he's not happy about his weight.
Rob Kardashian Proves You Can Be a Proud Dad and Smart Businessman in a Single Instagram https://t.co/pZchnppyBO pic.twitter.com/9CjOgETKzlHis self-hatred eventually led to endless arguments between himself and fiancée Blac Chyna, but according to reports, since Dream was born, Rob Kardashian's entire life has changed. He's the spitting image of his late father, Robert Kardashian, and with the way things are going, there's no reason to worry about whether the USC graduate will raise his daughter right.
— Harper's Bazaar (@harpersbazaarus) November 27, 2016
"If Rob could breast feed Dream, he would," a Hollywood Life insider joked when talking about how well Rob Kardashian has adapted to the life of a father.
"He's so in love with his daughter and has taken his daddy duties to the extreme. He does everything! Changes diapers. Bathes her. He's up in the middle of the night when she's crying. He even sings cute little songs to her to put her to sleep. Rob is such a natural dad. He was born to be a father."Rob Kardashian's siblings were initially worried about the TV star becoming a father because they had seen how his behavior in recent months was not shaping up to be anything that would assure them otherwise.
Rob Kardashian's daughter is already involved in the family business in between her hectic schedule of being a baby https://t.co/iIyenNFz2t pic.twitter.com/hwkkmJp8OTRob had walked out on Blac Chyna, as seen on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and then came the endless arguments about living arrangements and how the twosome were going to plan their wedding together.
— The Sun (@TheSun) November 26, 2016
While Rob Kardashian and Chyna found themselves bickering on a constant basis, sources say that things have definitely changed in the last three weeks. Dream's arrival has changed the entire atmosphere around the couple — they are both much happier and loving to one another, which also comes from the fact that Rob is no longer stressing about his battle with depression.
From what insiders have said, Rob Kardashian's depression and anxiety battle is almost non-existent. He has been so happy and so involved with raising Dream that he doesn't even think about anything else. And he's certainly not shy when it comes to showing his daughter off to the world, as revealed by Us Weekly.
The couple is expected to air their televised special of Dream's birth on December 18, with sources claiming that Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna will most certainly be looking at a second series for their reality show, which debuted with huge opening numbers over the summer.
Kris Jenner dishes on Rob Kardashian's parenting skills: 'He is so excited and wants to share it with everyone' https://t.co/mP4qornCL4 pic.twitter.com/VwT7XdtfLhRob & Chyna pulled in 2.3 million viewers for its first episode and continued to average at roughly 1.5 million, which the E! network considered very impressive for its timeslot. On certain weeks, the show was pulling in bigger numbers than the family's hit show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
— People Magazine (@people) November 25, 2016
Aside from the reality show deal that Rob Kardashian is bound to ink for a second series, the sock designer is overwhelmed with how well he has managed to raise his daughter so far. Everyone in the Kardashian household is impressed, under the impression that they have nothing to worry about when it comes to Rob's parenting skills.
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