The KUWTK star, dressed in black athletic leggings and a t-shirt, was pictured last week resting True on her hip as they walked into the dance studio.
In light of the photos, ashamed moms took to Twitter to criticize the 37-year-old and complained that her daughter should “walk on her own.”
A cruel Twitter user wrote: “I still won’t let her almost 5-foot tall child walk alone. “
“Can’t True walk?” She’s going to be 4, ”another shared online.
A third posted: “Why doesn’t True work? “
Earlier this year, Khloe revealed that trolling online sometimes consumes her so much that she has to quit social media.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan UK, Khloe said she often needs to shut down and focus on the “real world” her internet fans don’t see.
Khloe said, “Sometimes I like to take a break and log off because none of that matters in the real world.
“I know who I am, and my friends and family know who I am, what my intentions are and my heart. I’m at peace with it, so nothing else matters. “
She added, “I am extremely passionate about health and wellness. I think it’s so important to take care of yourself from the inside out. Staying active and healthy is the best medicine for a happy mind and heart, so I try to do something every day that makes me feel good.
“Whether it’s a long walk with my mom or sisters, or intense training, I find it so helpful for my mental health to stay active. Now, more than ever, it’s important for each of us to take the time to do the things that make our minds and bodies feel good. “
Last month, Khloe opened up about Keeping Up With the Kardashians about how the show made her feel.
Khloe has been the target of trolls and body-shamers throughout the show’s 20 seasons, although she admits people treat her differently now after the weight loss.
However, she confessed that her insecurities didn’t start to manifest until after Keeping Up with the Kardashians first aired.
She told the reunion show’s host Andy Cohen, “What’s interesting is that I was so confident and safe before the show. I became insecure because of everyone telling me. “
And she also said she felt her sisters were treated better than she was because of their looks and explained how she was often put in the background.
She continued, “We did so many photoshoots where they would be given shelves and shelves of clothes and so many different stylists told me that I was given about two or three clothes but don’t worry because I would be in the background anyway. .
“I don’t want people to feel like they have to be a certain height to be accepted. “