Kendra Wilkinson Baskett has refused to ''grow up''.

The 32-year-old television personality - who has son Hank Jr., seven, and daughter Alijah, three, with her husband Hank Baskett - took to Twitter on Wednesday (24.01.18) to slam the idea the mothers must stop ''enjoying'' life as an adult when they have children.

In a series of tweets, she said: ''Honestly who the f**k wrote the rule that once u have a kid u gotta ''grow up'' n who said we can't be who we are? N who said to feel guilty for enjoying yourself as an adult?

''One thing I'll never do is fall into the sheep like mentality.

''I don't trust moms unless they pass my beer bong initiation. (sic)''

The 'Kendra On Top' star went on to state that her two children are ''the greatest two humans'' she knows, and praised mothers everywhere for raising their children in their own ways.

She continued: ''The one thing that people really don't know about me is how i raise my kids. That's my most personal thing. I feel like it's my own little secret. My 2 kids are the greatest 2 humans i know n not saying this cuz I'm their mom.

''I've met all types of mothers. Sometimes mothers have to leave their kids to provide. They become heroes to their kids. Not all lives look the same. We have to accept that cookie cutter s**t isn't the only way. (sic)''

The blonde beauty didn't stop her Twitter rant there though, as when one follower asked the star if fathers were included in her comments, she claimed most men are ''living the dream'' when it comes to being parents.

She told the fan: ''Getting the privilege of being a parent n never being judged. Always praised. Plus no guilt while out with the dudes for couple beers, playing golf. Living the goddamn dream.''

It comes after Kendra previously admitted her approach to parenting is very ''upfront'' as she tries not to ''hide anything'' from her brood.

Speaking about her son, Kendra said: ''At the end of the day, I'm not going to hide anything. I'm very upfront. My kid has questions now ... and it's life and if he wants to know reality, then I'm going to give him reality - I'm not going to sugarcoat anything, That's just the way I live.''