Kim Kardashian Visits the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco With Daughter, Chicago

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On Wednesday, December 29th, 2021, Kim Kardashian posted some cute Instagram pics with her daughter, Chicago, 3, at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Little Chicago was decked out in a fully bedazzled jean jacket, with little pink boots, for the special occasion.

Why the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco?

In the caption of Kardashian’s post, she wrote, “Team lab at the Asian Art Museum.”

By “team lab,” she was referring to teamLab, a continuity art exhibit currently featured at the museum. Their website describes the display as, “lush imagery drawn from nature and East Asian art that dynamically evolves around you.”

This kind of imagery would absolutely fascinate a three-year-old. It was certainly an inspired choice for a mommy-daughter day date.

Kim Kardashian Loves Sharing These Moments

Kardashian regularly shares the sweet moments that she has with her four children. She has two daughters, North, 8, and Chicago, 3. As well as two sons, Saint, 6, and Psalm, 2. Currently estranged from her husband, Kanye West, she is flying solo with these kiddos.

Which, of course, means quite a lot of shenanigans to deal with.

According to PEOPLE, Kardashian posted earlier this month about the “trials and tribulations of candy negotiations with a toddler.” At the time, Kardashian said Chicago was “trying to convince” her that it was perfectly within reason to have a candy cane.

Given that it was Christmas time, we might be on Chicago’s side with this one.

PEOPLE cited that Kardashian caught one of her daughters sneaking purses out of her closet, earlier this year. “Caught someone trying to sneak off with my stuff,” she wrote in her post, at the time.

Can you blame her? The closet of Kim Kardashian must be filled with an entirely different kind of candy — eye candy. Mom should probably enjoy her toddler just wanting regular candy while it lasts!

Have you ever visited the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco? Do you have your own candy negotiations with your toddlers? Let us know in the comments below.