Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have been working fiercely to keep their family-life private, but every once in a while, they share a pic of what’s going on in their personal lives to keep their fans enchanted and entertained. The celebrity parents have not been missing a beat for their little Stormi, and with her first fall season in full bloom, Kylie has been making sure to make the absolute most of it! Not only has the cosmetic guru shared her adorable first Halloween pictures with her daughter, but she has also recently taken Stormi to a pumpkin patch, and calling them adorable would just be an understatement.
While Kylie Jenner’s social media pages are filled with selfies and promotions for her cosmetic and clothing lines, fans occasionally get a little treat from one of the most followed women on Instagram– when she shares a picture of her beautiful baby Stormi, it’s almost sure to break the internet.
Part of its annual fall festival, Underwood Family Farms in Moorpark, California offers activities such as pick-your-own produce, a produce guide, a farmer’s market, and they even offer their personal recipes on their blog and filming locations for studios in California. They pride themselves on growing, local, sustainable, and organic produce, and as her fans will know, this is very much in line with Kylie Jenner’s values in eating green, healthy and organic as often as possible. While we may assume that having Kylie share pics of her and her family at the farm would be great publicity for the Underwood family, as it turns out, the farm is known to receive visits from local celebrities and seems to be a favorite for the Kardashian family.
Kylie gave her fans a larger-than-normal glimpse into their experience at the pumpkin patch – not only did she share a pic of her daughter on a hay pyramid, but Kylie also shared pictures of Stormi sitting amongst the pumpkins, of herself and Stormi feeding the baby goats, and Travis and Stormi having an adorable snuggle moment in the corn maze. It definitely paints an overly-idealized image at the pumpkin patch as, let’s be honest, a lot of kids end up complaining about being hungry or tired or having to go to the washroom at the worst possible moment, or having a tantrum because they either want to be next to pet the animals or are too scared to get any closer.
In the meantime, we’ll have to tip our hats to Kylie – after all, she doesn’t just set cosmetic and fashion trends, she’s now setting parenting trends. Bringing kids to farms has been scientifically proven to help children understand that produce doesn’t just come from a box or basket, it’s being grown, cared for, cultivated, shipped or bought, and transformed into their favorite meal or snack! Kudos to Kylie and parents everywhere who are able to go the extra mile and build these experiences for their children!