Rob Kardashian: I want to be like my dad
Rob Kardashian wants to be like his father.
The ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star really looked up to his late dad Robert Kardashian and wants to be as good a father to Dream, now four months, as his dad was to him.
Speaking in scenes filmed before the baby’s arrival and shown on Sunday night’s (02.04.17) episode of the family’s E! reality show, he told his sister Khloe Kardashian: "I want our [his and Blac Chyna’s] baby to learn the type of Armenian values that dad always put onto us growing up."
Before adding in a solo interview: "I want to be like my dad."
However, Khloe warned him that his health and weight could have an effect on what he could do with his daughter.
She told him: "Dad was active and hands-on. You’re not active at all. Don’t you want to be around a long time for your daughter?"
To which Rob replied: "I just want to get back to socialising and having family fun like we used to when dad was alive."
And Rob confessed he would love to make amends with his family and spend more time with them.
He said: "I was the only one who was living with my dad when he died and I’m not close to the rest of my family because of my insecurities. I want to change that because I especially miss Khloe."
Meanwhile, the 30-year-old star previously hinted he wants more children.
Taking to Instagram, he wrote: "Baby Dream !! Thank You God … Lol this is why I love my baby. She changed faces in less than a second. Lol. And look at her fingers can’t believe she is almost 5 months!! Wild !! Now I understand why my mom had 6 kids !! Babies are the greatest gift of Life !! I made this Beautiful little mama! LOVE YOU baby Dream almost 7 months till your birthday turn up lol I know I’m corny but I don’t care cuz this my only baby (sic)"
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