Kourtney Kardashian says she kept son Reign’s hair after he cut it for first time
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Kourtney Kardashian is a full-on Mumma bear if ever we saw one, and she's even got a lock of Reign's hair to prove it.
Still, there's something incredibly cute about seeing a little one's locks get cut for the first time and Kourtney kept some of her son's hair to remember the occasion.
In a recent interview, The Kardashians star said: "I have Reign’s hair because we didn’t cut his hair until he was five.
"So I have his long braid and I smell it often."
And, you know what, if it makes her happy, more power to her. Still, this isn't the first time that Kourtney has been open about her parenting style.
In fact, in a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Kourtney said that friends like Nicole Richie helped her embrace healthy food for her kids.
"Once I had kids was when I really bumped it up and started taking it more seriously. Nicole Richie really helped. She was one of my only friends who had kids before I did," the Poosh founder explained.
"She was like, 'You have to buy this one book, Super Baby Food, and it was all about making baby food. It taught me about organic products and, honestly, it changed my life on how I started eating. Then it was a snowball effect."
And that snowball effect took out McDonald's in the process, with the reality star describing a recent interaction she'd had with her 12-year-old son, Mason.
"Today I was having my one-on-one time with my son [Mason] and he said, 'Mom, I need McDonald's french fries today, please. It's been a year since I've had it.' I was like, 'Today's not the day, sorry'."
Yep, 'today's not the day,' sounds a lot like what our mum used to say when we drove past McDonald's begging to go in but had food at home in the freezer.
And it seems Kourtney's healthy habits have been in place for some time, as she explained: "When I had Mason is when I really started my wellness journey."
She added that learning about wellness and organic products 'changed my life,' and that "you can't unlearn information, right?"
And, to be fair, she's got a point but while we can get behind saving some hair, we draw the line at no McDonald's.