"My precious baby boy is so strong!", Kardashian, who is expecting her third child via surrogate, wrote. Kim posted a family photo to Instagram on Friday with the caption "Happy Holidays" just prior to Saint falling ill.
USA military member killed in Afghanistan
At least 78 ISIS militants were killed in US-led airstrikes in Nangarhar today, the Afghanistan-based Khaama Press reported. There are now about 14,000 USA troops stationed in Afghanistan to help the country's military battle the Taliban and ISIS.
She continued, "Pneumonia is so scary".
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star went on to express her gratitude for medical professionals everywhere, and let fans know Saint was now at home and feeling better. Kardashian West and her husband, Kanye West, were both reportedly with the boy has he was hospitalized, sharing overnight duties. The toddler was released from the hospital with a clean bill of health last Saturday (Dec. 30, 2017), and he's apparently doing just fine now. This will make the West's parents to three as they are also the parents to 4-year-old North West.
La messagerie Whatsapp subit une nouvelle panne importante
Plusieurs dizaines de milliers d'utilisateurs n'ont pas pu se connecter au service WhatsApp le dimanche 31 décembre. S'il y a bien un moment à ne pas rater pour une messagerie instantanée, c'est bien le passage à la nouvelle année.
"We so grateful for you all", said Kim Kardashian addressing her son's nurses and doctors. Here's to little Saint's quick recovery so he can enjoy the time with his new little family members soon!
"As the new year approaches, I feel so blessed to have had such an incredible year". Kanye could be seen in the background smiling and pops up next to Kim to start off the year with a New Year's kiss.
$120000 Treasure Hunt ticket sold at York County store
Someone bought a $560,000 Match 6 ticket at a Giant Food Store in Coopersburg , the Pennsylvania Lottery reports. A QUICK PICK ticket bought in Dublin is the victor of last Friday's EuroMillions jackpot of €38.9 million.