Rob Kardashian gushes over baby daughter Dream: "I will never say no to this woman"
UPI News Service, 03/07/2017
Rob Kardashian couldn't help but gush about his baby daughter in a series of posts on Monday.
The 29-year-old reality star shared adorable new photos of Dream, his 3-month-old daughter with Blac Chyna, while spending time with the infant and her "big cousin," Kourtney Kardashian's son Reign Disick.
"Drool on my baby lol ,,, Look how long her eye lashes are," Kardashian captioned a picture of Dream smiling for his 8.7 million Instagram followers. "I will never say no this Woman lol."
"Dream's big cousin Reign is the sweetest," he added to a video of Reign giving Dream a kiss. "Children are the greatest!!"
Dream is also cousin to Kourtney's kids Mason and Penelope Disick, and to Kim Kardashian's children, North and Saint West.
Rob previously gushed about his daughter in an emotional tribute on Instagram last week.
"I literally can't get enough of this girl,,, I never felt a love or happiness like this ever in my life and she makes me so happy ,,,about to miss her so much," he wrote at the time. "Love You baby Dream."
Rob and Blac Chyna welcomed Dream in November after getting engaged in April. The couple reportedly split again in February following a highly publicized breakup in December.
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"[Rob is a] mess. He is spending time with Dream, but never alone," a source recently told People. "He is not in a state to care for her by himself."
"He isn't taking care of himself. He eats junk and doesn't exercise," the insider added.
"He has had a very difficult time since splitting from Chyna. As much as they fought, Chyna has been the only one to keep him in check."
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