Every set of parents has a different strategy for raising their children. Some believe in letting their babies cry it out. Others believe in obsessively holding their kids to make sure they feel loved. Kanye West and Kim Kardashian apparently have a different strategy. They’re going to take young North West out on tour.
According to E! Online, the new parents aren’t going to cart their daughter around for Kanye’s entire recently announced Yeezus tour with Kendrick Lamar, but they definitely are going to bring her on the road for at least a “handful” of dates because Kim thinks that would be the best way to support her boyfriend/ baby daddy.
On the one hand, it’s easy to see why a woman would want to accompany her significant other for his work. There are more than a few wives in this country who attend business trips with their husbands, especially those who travel all the time. Those adventures allow the partners to stay incredibly close and continue to bond. Besides, it’s better than the alternative of just being apart for months.
On the other hand, however, babies and children tend to do best when they have a set routine. They tend to like quiet, comfort and being in the same space, and a tour bus doesn’t provide any of that. Consequently, it seems like a really suspect decision to take the kid on the road. In fact, it sorta seems like a Keeping Up With The Kardashians plotline, though neither the network nor Kim has said anything about that publically.
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