"I genuinely wish for all of my siblings that they find everlasting happiness in all that they do! Life is short, and at times, we put so many others before us, but one of our priorities should be our own happiness," she wrote. "Once you have that, it trickles down to everyone around us," the message continued, "I sincerely wish happiness and peace to my sisters and brother."
In another post, she added, "I can't wait to read to True! I have so many special books picked out for her and I even used them to decorate the nursery." The books she can't wait to read to her newborn: "Baby's First Bible Stories," "Flora and the Flamingo," "Maya: My First Maya Angelou," "The Magic Bunny Book" and "The Babies on the Bus."
Today's update comes after she previously shared the parenting technique she hopes to pass down from her father. "There's absolutely no way I could pick just one parenting technique I've learned from my mom. She's just so incredible and has taught me so much," she wrote last week. "But, the one thing I would take from how my dad was with us is unconditional love. It's the entire point of family."
It's unclear whether her love for Tristan Thompson is "unconditional" as well, after it was revealed he cheated on her numerous times throughout her pregnancy. While the two haven't released any statements about the scandal or each other since their daughter's birth, TMZ reported that their "relationship is in shambles" and she's both "furious" and "embarrassed."
Khloe's family members are all reportedly "livid" with Thompson and she'll be getting out of Chicago with the baby as soon as she gets the OK to fly.