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Kim Kardashian Desperately Trying To Be Patient With Her Children Is A Parenting Mood

If you've ever struggled to relate to Kim Kardashian, that's all about to change...

The mom of four just captured a quarantine parenting moment that is so relatable, it hurts.

When it comes to parenting, Kim Kardashian has always been super open.

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She's not afraid to share the good (and bad times) that come with having her hands full with four kids!

Together, she and husband Kayne West have North, Saint, Psalm, and Chicago.

For instance, there was the time Kim shared about sibling rivalry going on in her household.

This is something that she knows all* about given this latest fight on the family's reality show...

"When I was breastfeeding [Saint], [North] was so jealous that I had to get a little milk box and put it in the other bra with a straw so she would drink and she would drink," Kim said once on 'The Ellen Show.'

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"She's so jealous," she added.

Her parenting style is unique, that's for sure. She's gotten some flack for letting her kids experiment with makeup and fashion.

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For example, when North wanted to wear makeup for the family's Christmas photo, Kim was fine with letting the then-six-year-old rock a red lip.

That wasn't all. She's also straightened North's natural curly hair before, much to the dismay of fans...

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"She wanted straight hair and I straightened her hair one time," she said, defending her actions to The Hollywood Reporter.

"She has curly hair, so when you straighten her hair, it's gonna look really long. I can't believe people didn't get that."

With all this being said, it's clear that Kim can be quite the lenient — and patient — parent.

But due to some recent posts from the star, it appears that that patience is running thin...

This all has to do with the fact that the family, much like the rest of the world, is self-isolating.

Last week, while doing an interview with 'The View,' Kim even joked about what life has been like with the kids at home, 24/7.

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"Being at home with four kids...if I ever thought for a minute that I wanted another one — that is out the door. It's really tough. Really tough," she said.

Then, when Kim was doing a makeup tutorial for her makeup line, KKW Beauty, she admitted to hiding from her kids.

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If you skip to the two-minute mark, you'll see North in the background of her video.

"I'm hiding in the guest room, you guys," Kim says to the camera. "I'm hiding in the guest room because my kids will not leave me alone."

Trouble is, North heard Kim admit that...

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"Hey! That's mean!" the six-year-old yelled.

Fans then got to witness a moment that is so relatable to parents everywhere.

"North, can I please just do my little tutorial? It's allI want to do, just one little fun thing."

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She then takes in a few deep breaths before letting out a very relatable "K."

Kim is not the only celeb parent slowly losing their patience...

During a recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the host's daughters, Winnie, 6, and Franny, 5, kept hilariously interrupting him!

This happened while Jimmy was interviewing Ciara and Russell Wilson.

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“Hold on. I’m sorry," Jimmy said as Winnie rushed in. "What do you need to show me?”

She then sat on his lap, making her TV debut.

“I lost a tooth!" she proudly announced, prompting applause from Ciara and Russel.

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TBH, it was the best part of the episode.

She then explained how missing tooth came to be!

“Mommy put a string around my tooth and tried to pull it out and then it worked,” she said.

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“Hopefully the Tooth Fairy knows this happened and will be visiting you tonight," Jimmy added.

So, parents, if you're going through a tough time with the kids at home, just know that you're not alone!

And to relate even more to the struggle, here's the clip from Kim!