Things are slowly returning to business as usual for the Kardashian family, after Kim Kardashian West's terrifying robbery in Paris.
The famous family went on a noticeable social media break after the incident, and though Kim herself has yet to break her silence, her mother, Kris Jenner, seemed to address it with a somber Instagram post on Monday.
"Every morning is a reminder of how blessed we are," the message reads. "Today I am grateful for my family, who I love more than I can explain. Count your blessings, be grateful always, and cherish every moment you spend with your loved ones."
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The Kardashian family is also set to resume making public appearances in the near future. Khloe, 32, is appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday, and Instagrammed about her upcoming appearance at Nordstrom at the Grove in Los Angeles on Oct. 18 to celebrate the launch of Good American denim.
"I am SO excited to see everyone there and celebrate this launch with you guys!!!!" she wrote.
Kylie Jenner, 19, is also back to her selfie ways, posting a jaw-dropping underwear snap on Instagram over the weekend.
Last week, a source confirmed to ET that Khloe, Kylie, and their sister, 20-year-old Kendall Jenner, all canceled upcoming book signings due to "safety reasons." In addition, ET confirmed on Thursday that filming for Keeping Up With the Kardashians was put on hold.
"Kim's well-being is our core focus right now," a spokesperson for E! said. "No decision has been made as to when production will resume."
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A source close to Kim told ET that the 35-year-old reality superstar is still dealing with the aftermath of the scary incident in Paris, in which she was held at gunpoint and begged for her life.
"She still gets emotional thinking about the incident," the source said. "I don't think the flashbacks will go away anytime soon though. It's going to take a while for those to stop, as with any traumatic experience like that."