Kylie Jenner had a fun sports night with her toddler!
The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star took to Instagram and posted several pictures from her latest outing with her daughter, Stormi Webster, 3, whom she shares with boyfriend Travis Scott, 29. See them below.
Flashing Her Bump
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For their night out, the expectant mama wore a light gray turtleneck dress that hugged her belly with an oversized white, leather trench coat. She matched them with a pair of white Nike Air Force 1 sneakers and a woven shoulder bag. Little Stormi, meanwhile, was dressed in a psychedelic light green top with long sleeves and white baggy pants. Like her mom, she wore sneakers and carried a small black purse.
The mother-daughter tandem went to a charity softball game for the Cactus Jack Foundation Fall Classic in Houston, Texas, on Thursday, November 4.
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In the first picture, Kylie was seen standing next to her sister, Kendall Jenner, 26, while holding up a banner with a note that says “Kendall is our MVP.”
The Tequila 818 founder was dressed in an oversized off-white shirt featuring the Cactus Jack Foundation print and a black hoodie underneath. She braided her brunette locks and sported a reversed brown cap on top.
The next snap showed the beauty mogul leaning over Stormi while watching the game. In the last pic, the little girl was seen holding a blue-colored number one sign.
For A Cause
As per Hola, the special event was hosted by the “Highest in the Room” rapper in support of his non-profit. Kendall, who celebrated her birthday a few days ago, joined the fun charity game held at Houston‘s Minute Maid Park.
According to the Cactus Jack Foundation’s website, their “mission is to empower and enrich the lives of youth by providing access to education and creative resources to ensure long term success. The foundation believes the youth should not be prevented from attaining their lifetime goal and is committed to extending educational opportunities to all, regardless of their circumstances to achieve their dreams.”
In a report by Preview, the musician, who was from Houston, traveled to Young Elementary School on Wednesday with his grandmother, mother Wanda Webster, and sister Jordan Webster. While there, he introduced the collaborative effort between his Cactus Jack Foundation and Houston Independent School District (HISD). His project, Cactus Jack Gardens, will help students learn more about agriculture, food, nutrition, and business.
Looking Back On His Childhood
“We grew up not too far from here on Rosehaven. She [his grandmother] used to have a garden in her backyard that looked similar to this,” Travis said. “She might still have it back there. All she did was make flowers for people around the neighborhood. She probably did hair back there, too.”
He continued, “It’s kinda crazy that we’re able to bring this to the elementary school and allow kids to have that same experience I was having when I was a kid. I just love to see this community grow up and get into a very good spot, where it’s a super safe and creative environment for these kids.”