The Kardashians have started returning to social media following Kim's traumatic robbery
In the past nine years, “keeping up” with the Kardashians has never been much of a challenge – if E! isn’t airing a new episode of their reality show, they’re likely airing a rerun. There’s also a good chance that on any given day, one or more members of the family are on at least one magazine at the newsstand.
Their everyday whereabouts are chronicled on news outlets from the internet to TV, quite literally, every day. Plus, the Kardashians have pretty much come to dominate nearly every form of social media out there. A rare day goes by without a post from the Kardashian/Jenner crew on social media.
That omnipresence was made all the more stark when, in the days following Kim’s traumatic robbery, the family went completely silent on social media. The Kardashian/Jenner family and social media go together like peanut butter and jelly, but it was totally understandable that they would take some time to deal with what happened to Kim in the most private way they could, which seemed to mean a pause from social media.
But now, several days later, it seems the family is slowly making their return to our feeds, one by one.
Caitlyn Jenner was the first to break the social media silence, posting a photo of herself with Kylie from Sunday, without addressing Kim in any way.
Then, a day later, she posted a sweet photo tribute to Kim, captioning, “love my girl.”
Kylie has also returned to social, posting selfies of her new hair color and snapchatting about her new Lip Kit launches.
Kendall has also posted a happy and lighthearted photo of herself wearing the most amazing heart-shaped outfit.
As for Khloe, she’s returned to social media, but instead of selfies, she’s sharing more info about her forthcoming denim line, called Good American.
Rob has posted a few times, too, sending wedding wishes to friends and a sweet tribute to Blac Chyna, as well as promoting the Halloween socks from his sock line, Arthur George.
Lastly, Kourtney took to Twitter to post a passage from her daily prayer book.
While not addressing her sister or the robbery directly, it seems to be a loving message about staying positive through difficult times – something that we’re sure Kim (and anyone!) can take to heart during a rough time.
So far, Kim herself hasn’t spoken publicly, nor has her husband, Kanye West, or mom Kris Jenner.
Ultimately, here’s hoping that the family is healing from this terrifying ordeal as best they can.