The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star has learned to curb her own bad language when she's looking after her seven-month-old son but her relatives are struggling to remember the rule.
Reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian is urging her famous family to stop swearing around her baby boy Mason because she fears the tot's first words will be profanities. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star admits she has learned to curb her own bad language when she's looking after her seven-month-old son but her relatives are struggling to remember the rule - and boyfriend Scott Disick and her sister Khloe Kardashian are the worst offenders.
In a blog post for People.com, she writes, "When Mason was born, I was extra cautious about people cursing in front of him; I only played classical music around him, etc. ... He's such an angelic innocent boy. As time goes on - and especially in my family where everyone has a mouth on them - people forget to censor what they say around Mason. Scott and Khloe are the ones with the worst mouths. They both try not to curse in front of Mason, but trust me, they do."
Kardashian admits she constantly worries about what vocabulary Mason is picking up and she doesn't want him to become a kid with a potty mouth - so she wants everyone to watch what they say around the baby.
She adds, "Sooner than I know it, Mason will start talking and understanding what we're all saying. Having a bad mouth is not a good quality regardless of whether or not you're around a baby, so it wouldn't be the worst thing for everyone to stop."