Khloe Kardashian is still carrying her toddler True Thompson, her 3-year-old daughter with 6-ft-9 Chicago Bulls star Tristan Thompson.
Khloe has been heavily criticized for carrying her toddler who is taller than her nieces, Chicago West, 4, and Dream Kardashian, 5.
Khloe, 37, has previously dismissed the criticism. She says she will carry True until the child is 10, because that's her daughter.
The single mom wore Kanye West's Adidas Yeezy slides while on her way to take True to a karate class. Khloe was on auntie duty taking care of her two nieces.
Khloe says she is in no hurry to jump back into the dating scene after her ex, Tristan, fathered a son with a personal trainer while they were still dating last year.
In an interview on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast, she said, "I don't feel lonely. I don't want to date. I feel like I'm so busy with work."
In addition to being busy with work, Khloe dotes on her only child.
"I'm so obsessed with my girl. Like I love being a mom, so I just am busy."
Khloe said she's still on good terms with Tristan, 31, because her daughter needs a father in her life. Khloe says she "FaceTimes him every night and it's just very, like, cordial. There's just not drama."
Tristan's other baby mama, Maralee Nichols, is suing him for child support. A judge ordered him to pay her a sizable chunk of his NBA check ($40K a month), however, he hasn't paid her a dime this year, Nichols says.
Khloe said she found out about the baby when everyone else did.
"I found out every time through a sister. I find out with the rest of the world, which is the most offensive part," she said.