The SKIMS founder's younger daughter turned 6 years old on Monday
Kim first shared a snap of the pink runway for the party set up indoors as three Bratz doll cutouts in the likeness of Chicago were displayed with pink balloons on the floor. An arch with Chicago’s name printed in large Bratz purple font stood in the background.
In another snap, a menu for some of the bash's drinks advertised "Chi's Fashion Floats," in strawberry, Creamsicle, root beer, cherry Coke and Coke flavors.
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“And for our grand finale we have the birthday girl! Dream and Chicago!” an MC was heard saying in the clip as Kim and guests cheered.
“Cutest @bratz fashion show ever!” Kim wrote in the caption.
Chicago was seen in another clip dressed in pink to match her party theme as she stood by her pink heart-shaped birthday cake, while 7-year-old Dream stood next to her and guests sang “Happy Birthday” to her.
“My baby girl is 6!! ❤️❤️,” Kim wrote atop the latter video.
Kim’s latest posts came after she shared a special birthday tribute to Chicago earlier on Monday, featuring a selection of photos of her and her younger daughter from the Kardashians’ recent holiday party, posing in matching pale-blue dresses.
"Happy 6th Birthday Chicago! I honestly didn’t know too much about what raising a Capricorn girl would be like but you make it so easy and fun and silly!!!" Kim wrote in her caption at the time. "I can already see the determination and ambition you have within you. You are so smart, sweet, silly and so lovable to everyone around you especially your cousins! It’s magical to see you all together and all the love that exists between the tribe."
"I love you so much Chi Chi and can’t believe you are 6 years old! I’m so so so happy to be your mommy!" the reality star concluded.
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