5 Parenting Tips We've Learned from 'Keeping Up With the Kardashian's Kris Jenner

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If Jenner isn't in the running for the Mom of the Year Award, she's certainly taking home the prize for Momager of the Year. But what are the most valuable lessons that this marketing mogul has taught us about raising her famous kids? Here is a guide to all of the things we've learned about parenting from Jenner.

Kris Jenner Teaches Us How to Be A Good Momager

If Jenner isn't in the running for the Mom of the Year Award, she's certainly taking home the prize for Momager of the Year. But what are the most valuable lessons that this marketing mogul has taught us about raising her famous kids? Here is a guide to all of the things we've learned about parenting from Jenner.

Be Open With Your Kids

Parenting is all about opening the lines of communication with your kids... even if it in front of a live studio audience. On Jenner's newest venture – her talk show, Kris – the famous mom discussed her membership into the “Mile High Club” with her 29-year-old daughter, Khloe... AND in front of her teenage daughters Kylie and Kendall. It doesn't really get more open than that.

Show the Importance of Honesty

…by agreeing to take a lie detecter test. When Jenner's former lover came back to Los Angeles, the reality star's kids were worried that their Mom would be interested in seeing him. So, Jenner proved them all wrong by taking a lie detecter test. Though if your kids can't believe you are telling the truth without the assistance of technology to prove your honesty, you may have other issues.

GIVE YOUR KIDS GIFTS THAT SHOW HOW SPECIAL THEY ARE TO YOU

Like, for example, a nude photograph of you while pregnant with them. Jenner posted a very natural photo of herself on Twitter as a “gift” for her son Rob's 25th birthday. I guess she wanted the whole world to see what Rob looked like as a baby... inside of her stomach?

TEACH YOUR KIDS THE POWER OF HARD WORK

To be a successful Momager, it's important to make sure that your kids are constantly working. Okay, so the Kardashians really don't need to release a third nail polish line, but why be a slacker? Kick those kids into gear.

Use Reality TV as a Form of Therapy

When life gets hard, some people talk in therapy. Other people talk into television cameras. Jenner would rather her kids do the later, because, according to her, everyone exposes their own weaknesses on camera... and that can be a form of therapy in itself.