KUWTK: Kourtney Kardashian Reveals The ‘5 A’s’ Of Parenthood!

KUWTK: Kourtney Kardashian Reveals The ‘5 A’s’ Of Parenthood!

In a group chat with her sisters, Kourtney Kardashian shared with Kim and Khloe Kardashian the 5 main rules of parenthood that she likes to follow and they all start with an ‘A’ to make it easier to remember! That being said, Kourt felt like other parents out there could benefit from her method as well so she screen-capped the written exchange with her sisters and shared it on social media!

It’s safe to say that Kourtney Kardashian, just like the rest of her family, is a very successful and hardworking person but also places a lot of value on being a good parent.

The mother of three even has a system she likes to call the ‘5 A’s,’ and on her IG Stories, she shared what those main building blocks of parenthood really are in her opinion.

Judging by what they are, you can only conclude that Kourtney Kardashian thinks the best way to build a great environment for kids to grow up in a healthy way is to surround them with love, support and fair discipline.

‘The 5 A’s of good parenting: Attention, Appreciation, Affection, Acceptance, Allowing. When all these are met in children, they’re able to have secure attachment relationships later in life,’ Kourtney told her sisters who are also moms themselves, in their group chat.

Sure enough, they totally agreed with what she had to say, texting back ‘Amen. That’s an A,’ full of enthusiasm over Kourt’s points.

Fans should not be surprised she’s doing such a great job. After all, both Kourtney and her ex, Scott Disick pride themselves over being great parents as well as co-parents!

One insider previously dished via HollywoodLife that ‘They have an understanding that co-parenting isn’t only necessary, but it’s something they’re happy to do. They’re just trying to be good parents and if it means they hang out more, that’s totally something they can figure out. They’re very happy to be in each other’s lives even if it does no return to a deeper love connection they had in the past.’