Kylie Jenner and her daughter Stormi keep busy while self-isolating

Kylie Jenner and her daughter Stormi keep busy while self-isolating at home by baking cookies and playing dress up

She warned her 166 million Instagram followers to stay inside and practice social distancing earlier this week on the request of the US Surgeon General.

Kylie Jenner made a good example of herself Saturday as she found ways to have fun and stay sane with her daughter Stormi Webster, two.

The 22-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star helped her daughter cake cookies and showed off the toddler’s cute dress, even though they didn’t have anywhere to go.

Normalcy: Kylie Jenner, 22, tried to stick to her regular routines on Saturday despite self-isolating at home by dress her two-year-old daughter Stormi Webster in a cute leopard print dress

Normalcy: Kylie Jenner, 22, tried to stick to her regular routines on Saturday despite self-isolating at home by dress her two-year-old daughter Stormi Webster in a cute leopard print dress

Kylie posted a shot of Stormi looking fierce in a brown leopard print dress to her Instagram Stories.

The little girl had her curly hair tied back in a bun, and she also wore tiny white sneakers as she stood on her mother’s massive driveway in front of her black Mercedes SUV.

‘Getting dressed for no reason [heart],’ Kylie captioned the snap.

Self-isolating: The cosmetics billionaire has been spending time alone at her Hidden Hills mansion for the past week and a half with her daughter

Self-isolating: The cosmetics billionaire has been spending time alone at her Hidden Hills mansion for the past week and a half with her daughter

The mother–daughter duo also decided to bake some cookies on their day in.

The younger sister of Kendall Jenner posted multiple photos and a video of Stormi excitedly decorating her cookies with thick globs of yellow frosting and mounds of blue and pink sprinkles.

‘I don’t know if these are… edible,’ she mused to herself.

Though the cosmetics billionaire was still trying to keep her routines as normal as possible, self-isolation seemed to be getting to her.

She shared another photo to her Insta Stories of a table with plates laid out of thinly sliced sashimi and other Japanese dishes.

Sweet treat: The mother–daughter duo also decided to bake some cookies on their day in

Just for looks: As Stormi decorated them with globs of yellow frosting and mounds of pink and blue sprinkles, Kylie mused, ‘I don’t know if these are… edible’

Sweet treat: The mother–daughter duo also decided to bake some cookies on their day in

‘Sushi sounds incredible rn,’ she captioned the mouth-watering photo, adding a tired emoji.

Kylie didn’t specify where the photo was taken, but she and the entire Kardashian–Jenner clan are fans of sushi and regularly dine together at the swanky Japanese spot Nobu in Malibu.

Despite sacrificing yummy food, she seems determined to do her civic duty and stay home to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus

On Wednesday, the reality star revealed to her Instagram followers that she’d had plenty of practice by not leaving her house for months when she was pregnant with Stormi.

Mouth-watering: Being cooped up at home gave Kylie a serious hankering for some sushi. She and her family are regulars at the swanky Japanese spot Nobu in Malibu

Mouth-watering: Being cooped up at home gave Kylie a serious hankering for some sushi. She and her family are regulars at the swanky Japanese spot Nobu in Malibu

‘I’m on day 8. My pregnancy prepared me for this, I didn’t leave the house for months,’ she wrote.

As she began to show, Kylie hid her growing baby bump as best she could with baggy clothing, though she dropped out of sight almost completely in late 2017 and early 2018.

She gave birth to Stormi, whom she shares with her ex Travis Scott, on February 1, and the birth announcement was the first official confirmation that she’d been pregnant in the first place.

Kylie’s caution about staying home seems particularly prudent in light of recent reporting about the effects of COVID-19 on young children.

Though the respiratory illness is believed to be less severe for children than for adults and the elderly, a report in the New York Times this week summarized recent data showing that many children still have serious medical complications.

Not her first rodeo: On Wednesday, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars revealed she was a pro at self-isolating because she didn’t leave her house for months while pregnant

Not her first rodeo: On Wednesday, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars revealed she was a pro at self-isolating because she didn’t leave her house for months while pregnant

 

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