The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star posted a series of selfies to Snapchat on Monday night, showing off her bare baby bump from the waist up.
In the images and video, Kardashian, 33, wore only a gray
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The mom-to-be is in Cleveland with boyfriend Tristan Thompson, 27, which is where she’ll give birth. Though Kardashian hasn’t publicly revealed her due date, she teased fans on Instagram, Monday, that her daughter may be coming soon. “We are ready whenever you are little mama,” she wrote alongside a photo from her and Thompson’s maternity shoot.
Though she’s ready to begin her life as a mom, a source previously told PEOPLE that Kardashian has “been loving being pregnant.”
Kardashian also “loves” being in Cleveland during the final stretch, with another insider revealing to PEOPLE, “Khloé found it much more stressful to be pregnant in Los Angeles. She’s happy that she gets to enjoy the last part of her pregnancy in peace.”
Also on Monday, Kardashian revealed on her app that she’s “not afraid” to give birth for the first time.
“I don’t feel like I need to prepare for my birth by freaking myself out,” Kardashian wrote. “I’ve seen over eight births live and in person. Women were made to do this! It’s a very natural experience.”
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Several of Kardashian’s siblings are already parents: Kim Kardashian West has three children (North, 4, Saint, 2, and Chicago, 2 months), Kourtney Kardashian is also mom to three (Mason, 8, Penelope, 5, and Reign, 3), Rob Kardashian has one daughter (Dream, 17 months), and Kylie Jenner is also a new mom to one (Stormi, 2 months).
“I read my apps every day and I ask my doctor if I have any questions, so I’m honestly not that afraid,” she added. “Of course I’m a little nervous to go into labor, but I’m trying to not overthink something that literally happens all the time.”