The sisters shared a sweet moment in an impossibly cute clip.

By Brittany Vincent
Updated Jan 07, 2020 @ 8:00 am
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Kendall Jenner spent some time thinking about the good ol' days in a recent Instagram post.

The model rifled through her archives to bring fans a look at family life back when she was a little girl, sitting in the kitchen with sister Kylie as older sibling Khloé, the babysitter, watches over them.

"❤ you @khloekardashian @kyliejenner," Kendall captioned the clip.

It's an adorable family moment that finds teenage Khloé wearing a casual T-shirt with jeans outfit, long brunette hair in a ponytail, with her sisters in diapers in pigtails. At one point, Khloé gives little sister Kylie a bath in the kitchen sink since she's so tiny – but also because Khloé is "too lazy," admittedly.

"I wasn’t watching her very well and I gave her yogurt and it went everywhere, so now she’s taking a bath with Kendall," Khloé explains in the video.

Caitlyn Jenner heads over and asks Kylie if she's having fun in her improvised sink bath, and Kylie grins sweetly. It's a melt-your-heart moment, especially when Kendall can answer Caitlyn's question about how old she is.

The entire clip is a testament to how great of a mom Khloé was cut out to be, as she was chosen to babysit her little sisters back then even over Kourtney or Kim.

The Kardashian clan left a few comments on the clip expressing how happy the video made them. Even Caitlyn Jenner stopped by to share her sentiments.

"Love youuuuu!! This makes me so happy @kendalljenner @kyliejenner @khloekardashian," she wrote.

"OMG this makes me smile so much!" wrote Kim.

Given that many of Kendall's posts are typically part of a high-fashion shoot, a sleek outfit, or showing off some of Jenner's holiday antics, it was a fun change of pace to see a glimpse into her childhood that we got a glimpse of when Keeping Up with the Kardashians began.

They grow up so fast, and it feels like we nearly grew up with them. Here's hoping Kendall pulls some additional clips out of her personal archive going forward.