Khloé Kardashian Gave Daughter True a Magical Second Birthday at Her Home

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True Thompson, Khloé Kardashian's daughter, celebrated her second birthday today, Easter Sunday. Although she couldn't have a big bash with lots of family and friends, her mom was sure to give her a birthday celebration that any two-year-old would adore.

Before True woke up this morning, Kardashian took a video of all the gifts that were waiting for her. She received her very own toddler-sized ice cream parlor, plenty of toy cars, and lots of Troll characters (also a favorite of her cousin Stormi, who turned two in February). The Trolls loot was apparently a gift from Poppy, one of the main characters in the series. Imagine being a two-year-old and hearing that to/from.

And it seems like True got to see her dad, Tristan Thompson, on her birthday, even if she couldn't hang with any of her friends.

"She's so loved and spoiled, and we couldn't ask for anything else," Kardashian said. "So even though this party will consist of her mommy, daddy, and True, she will feel loved and adored, and this is just crazy. She's so spoiled. But she's sweet."

Kardashian took photos of her toddler after she woke up on her birthday, and it looked like she was quite pleased with her birthday haul.

She was also treated to an Easter surprise, because as any Aries knows, there's always the chance your birthday will fall on Easter. And that means double the sweet treats. Kardashian took a video of True enjoying an Easter box complete with pastel balloons and likely lots of fun goodies inside. The box reads "Happy Easter" on one flap of the box and "Hop" on the other.

As part of True's birthday celebration, Kardashian also got nostalgic with photos of her pregnancy and some of True's first pictures.

Here's one from about six weeks out from True's birth.

Here's True on day one.

Here's a post from Aunt Kim


And here's baby bunny True.

That one's fitting. Happy birthday and happy Easter, True!

Hilary Weaver Hilary Weaver is a freelance writer based in New York who writes about politics, queer issues, Meryl Streep, Glenn Close, and every woman the Queen has ever made a dame.

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