Travis Scott doesn't think it'll be long before his daughter Stormi starts walking unassisted.
Kylie Jenner's daughter will be walking ''soon.''
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star's boyfriend Travis Scott - the father of the tiny tot - doesn't think it'll be long before seven-month-old Stormi takes her first unassisted steps as she's already got the footwork down to a tee.
Taking to his Instagram Stories, the 26-year-old rapper uploaded a picture of Stormi standing on a chair in her Air Jordan trainers while holding her dad's hand.
He accompanied it with the caption: ''We about to be walking soon
''OG 3s I see u mama [in reference to her black footwear] (sic)''
And Stormi certainly isn't hanging around as she only learnt to crawl in July.
Kylie, 21, uploaded a video of her adorable daughter trying to shuffle along on the floor on her hands and knees and shared it with her Snapchat fans.
The businesswoman didn't say anything in the sweet video and, instead, just sat silently as she watched her little girl wriggle around in front of her feet.
Although she's only seven months old, Stormi was been coming on leaps and bounds as Kylie recently admitted that her personality is really coming out now.
Asked by a fan on Twitter how the tiny tot was doing, she replied: ''changing almost every week now it seems like. she has the cutest personality (sic)''
Kylie's mother Kris Jenner - who is also her manager - can't believe how well she has taken to motherhood and is impressed with how quickly she returned to work.
The 62-year-old reality TV star said recently: ''That child never stops. She got right back in the saddle. And I love that about her. She's really so impressive. And she's such a good mom. She's so dedicated to her baby.''
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