Everything is possible with your children, even with the hangover. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Khloe Kardashian explained how difficult motherhood is, but seeing her daughter's happiness pushes her to overcome everything. "What I prefer in my mother's life, I mean, it's so cheesy, but it's as if, no matter how tired you are, it's a total happiness, no matter the circumstances, "Kardashian told Entertainment Tonight. "I mean, on Christmas day, I had so much a hangover and I thought to myself: 'How am I going to get through this day?' And just when you see your baby, and what happiness [she is]you have just passed through. I thought to myself 'OK, I have the impression that I can do everything. I could do that. "

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The reality TV star also explained how being a mother had made her do things that she would never do before. It's like sleeping with her makeup. "There have been many nights when I fell asleep with makeup, which I had never done before, and I will always wear it the next morning," said the woman of 34 years. . "Mom's life is an act of juggling." The Kardashian also added that being a mother had led her to reevaluate things in her life and make decisions so that she could spend more time with her family. "I also think that motherhood simply puts life in perspective and what is important to you," she said. "I think you're reevaluating things like," I do not want to do this tonight. "And it's nice to say no, so I can spend time with my family." Kardashian has a 9-month-old daughter, True Thompson, with basketball player Tristan Thompson.

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