The 33-year-old reality star opened up about parenting on her blog and app on Thursday, revealing that the unconditional love she learned from her father, Robert Kardashian, is "the entire point of family."
As for what tips she'll use from her mom, Kris Jenner, Kardashian said "there's absolutely no way I could pick just one parenting technique I've learned from my mom." "She's just so incredible and has taught me so much," she added.
Kardashian gave birth to her first child, daughter True Thompson, in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 12, amid reports claiming that her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, had cheated on her with multiple women while she was pregnant. Both Kardashian and Thompson have remained in Cleveland since welcoming their baby girl, but have yet to be seen out and about together.
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Khloe Kardashian Is 'Keeping the Peace' With Tristan Thompson for Sake of Their Daughter (Exclusive)
Thompson -- who was trolled with a "We [heart] Khloe" sign and a couple of boos at his first game back in Cleveland with the Cavaliers last week -- remained on the bench for the entirety of the team's second-round playoff home game against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday.
While the 27-year-old NBA player didn't hit the court, that didn't stop Kardashian's assistant, Alexa Okyle, and another apparent member of her team, Jeanne Du Preez, from cheering on the Cavaliers and sharing pics and videos from the game.
A source told ET earlier this week that Kardashian remains "very torn on what to do with her and Tristan," after the alleged cheating scandal. "Khloe loves him deeply. He is the father of her child, but she feels betrayed and blindsided," the source said.
"Khloe has had friends and family around her non-stop since the news broke that Tristan [allegedly] cheated," the source added. "Now that they are leaving, it will allow her time to process everything. Khloe's main focus is being a mother and figuring out what is best for True."