Speaking to PEOPLE at MGM Grand’s Hakkasan nightclub in Las Vegas, the reality star admitted that her little boy’s first word was ‘dada’.
She shared: “He said ‘Dada’ today, three times and I was like ‘what?’ Kanye was so excited.
“He was like ‘I told him to say that.’ I was like, ‘I just really wanted him to say ‘Mama’ first.’”
Still, anything that puts a smile on Kanye’s face has to be a good thing, right?
Kim and Kanye are also mum and dad to their three-year-old daughter North West and Kim recently opened up about educating her children about race from an early age and wanting them to know that their lives matter.
Speaking to Elle.com, she explained: “We talk about race in America every single day in our house. The topic really does get broached, somehow, every single day.
“Kanye’s just really vocal and I definitely know that our kids will grow up having a really good sense of their different backgrounds.
“I know Kanye is so excited to talk to them about how he grew up. As a little kid, they don’t grasp how they might be different from other little kids. They don’t understand colour, or background, and that’s why children are so amazing.
“But as they get older, we plan on talking to them a lot about where they came from. I want them to know their lives matter. I want them to feel safe in this world. Will they?
”I hope so. But that depends on all of us, doesn’t it?”
Kim has always been a vocal supporter of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and previously penned an emotional essay about her two children in response to the tragic shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile earlier this month.