Kourtney Kardashian Loves Her Baby More Than Her Man: Don't We All?

Our guest blogger Mommy Q knows that the reality star made a hard choice.
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Kourtney Kardashian Loves Her Baby More Than Her Man: Don’t We All?

Our guest blogger MommyQ knows that the reality star made a hard choice.

-Cathy Hale, MommyQ

Kourtney Kardashian

There has been some major drama airing on Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami since Kourt’s baby, Mason, was born. I hate to say it, but none of it’s good. Recently, I saw a horrifying teaser for the show where Kourt’s questionable baby daddy, Scott Disick, acted like a raging maniac. He was totally out of control, yet again.

Whether you hate the Kardashians or love the Kardashians or love to hate them, the whole situation is just sad. You can say it’s Kourtney’s fault for staying with Scott or even having a baby with him in the first place, but that’s all in the past now. Today she’s a mom with a beautiful new baby and a man who can’t seem to be a man. In a tearful telephone conversation, Kourtney tells Scott he must curb his drinking: “You’re not going to be around Mason while you’re working on yourself.” She goes on to say, “I can’t do this anymore. I love Mason more than I love you. And that’s what it is.”

Is that something we all think, but rarely say? I never think of my husband and my children in terms of who I love more. Then again, if I were put in a highly emotional situation where I had to choose for the sake of someone’s well -being, I’d side with Kourtney. I’m not sure if it’s the maternal instincts kicking into gear to protect your young, or if you do genuinely love one person more than another, but I totally see her point.

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It’s interesting how the whole “staying together for the sake of the children” reality comes into play and how it makes so much sense as soon as you become a parent. Now I’m not talking about remaining in a violent or abusive situation, I’m just talking about the choices women must make when children are involved. There are rumors popping up that Sandra Bullock and Jesse James are reconciling for the sake of the children. I personally don’t buy those rumors because I haven’t heard it from a source I really trust, but it’s not an outrageous possibility.

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  1. I am a first generation Irish American Catholic, so you can imagine that divorce was not taken lightly in my very huge family – when my Aunt and Uncle divorced, I was shocked! – they always went to all the family events together, there was absolutely no indication that things were amiss, so I asked my Dad about it – and he told me that for years and years they had slept in separate beds and lived as friends – and that while they simply were not in love with each other, they would not betray their vows or in any way cause upset for their sons upbringing so they waited until their sons were grown and out of school (college) and working and living independently of them before divorcing – your child’s welfare must – must – always come before anyone or anything – and yes, my husband knows that my children come first and completely agrees with me – as much as I love that man, my children will always come first –
    and Scott is an asshat –

  2. Dear Kourtney,
    Scott is an abusive man. I know, because I was married to one. I loved and still do love my ex husband with all of my heart but I knew deep in my heart that the way he was treating me was wrong. Leaving Scott would be the hardest thing you would ever have to do but it would also be the smartest thing to do. I felt such sympathy for you in that scene outside the hospital with Kim — it’s so easy to justify being there for someone you love, even when he treats you badly… but the thing about it is this: staying in a bad situation will not make you truly happy.
    I’m sending you prayers of support to be strong. God Bless.

  3. Hello Kourtney,
    I felt so sad for you as I watched you leaving your home with Mason and Kim. And also when you were sitting outside the hospital making the choice to go in or leave. I related because I had to deal with an abusive relationship also. I had to deal with the verbal & crazy temper tantrums that my partner would have. I could never understand them because I always felt I didn’t deserve that from him as I am sure you do to or you wouldn’t have gone back to him. I know it is hard to leave a person you care for but you have to keep your son safe and also yourself. I was so happy when you told Scott how you felt and stuck with your decision to have him stay away until he got his act together. I did the same thing and I am glad to say that I am now married to the person I went through that drama with. He still has his moments but it is nothing like it use to be. Just stick to your guns and if you really love Scott pray for him that he can control his actions & stop acting like a kid. I am praying for you to stay strong for your baby & yourself. Love doesn’t hurt………..

  4. if you do not truly love the man you made children with then yes of course you love your children more. If your relationship with your spouse is as it should be, they that person is the love of your life. Then no, they are the ones that you should love more, shildren will leave you, go off fly. The spouse you pick the man you choose should stil be there. It’s so sad how things are in today’s society that it makes it true that spouses loves the children more than themselves when it shouldn’t be that way.

  5. My kids are always first. My soon-to-be ex-husband (kids step-father only), had a problem with this. It was something he could never get over and its something that will never change. So it became, there’s the door, don’t let it hit your butt on the way out. I couldn’t be with someone that didn’t put their kids first…and yes he has children of his own too.

  6. My man expects that our child will come first…at least for now. We adore each other, and do most things as a family, but when I am the primary caregiver, he makes it a point to be supportive.

  7. I had a woman tell me once that the bible says a woman should put her husband first before her children or anyone. I responded that first off I didn’t bring my husband into this world, I did bring my daughter into it. My husband is a grown man that can take care of himself. My daughter is a 6 year old child that needs me. I love my husband, but the love I feel for my daughter can NEVER be matched. When she is an adult and can take care of herself ok my husband can come first SOMETIMES, but I am sorry she will always be number 1. And I hope he feels the same way. I fully expect my husband to put our daughter before me.

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