Kourtney Kardashian & Family: Lunch In Calabasas

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick took their son Mason to lunch at the new Pedalers Fork Restaurant in Calabasas, Calif. on Thursday (May 23). Penelope, 10 months, wasn’t with them.

It’s been reported that Kourtney is angry at her sister Kim for wanting to take her baby on tour with Kanye West. The mom-of-two thinks it’s a selfish move.

A source says, “Kim’s decision has seriously irked Kourtney. She thinks it’s very selfish of Kim to take the baby on tour with Kanye. Babies need stability, and a schedule, which will be very hard to do when changing time zones and hotel rooms.

“It’s also potentially dangerous to the baby’s health because of their developing immune systems. The drama between the sisters is being filmed and documented for the upcoming season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Kourtney just doesn’t think Kim grasps the huge change that will happen once the baby is born. Kim and Kourtney’s fighting is nothing new. This is what they do. Kourtney loves Kim, and even though she disagrees with some of the decisions she is making, they will get through it.”


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  1. Meliss

    They look so cute and fashionable!

  2. Me

    Neither children looks like their dad. The Kardashian’s genes must be very strong.

  3. Anonymous

    Yeah they obviously didn’t make cute kids at all.

  4. Lauren

    I have never understood the reason why people post negative comments about the looks of children. There is not one reason why anyone needs to say a child is not cute, “that face”, etc… One could guess that those saying so are not fans of Kourtney or the family, but I could be wrong. I just feel comments about the looks of children should be kept to yourself. How would you feel if people came up to you and were constantly saying her ugly your child looked? It makes you a hateful and negative person to say such things.

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