What a cutie patootie! Penelope Disick received plenty of social media love from her famous family on her 2nd birthday. The tot's grandmomager, Kris Jenner, and her famous aunts, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kendall Jenner, posted Instagram pictures celebrating the special occasion on Tuesday, July 8.
Kris, who prefers that grandkids Penelope, Mason, 4, and North West, 12 months, call her "lovey" rather than "grandma," posted a close-up snap of the inquisitive birthday girl. "Happy Birthday to my beautiful little angel princess Grandaughter Penelope!!!!!" the Kardashian family matriarch, 58, wrote. "You are our little ray of sunshine and brighten every day....I love you sooooo much!!!! #blessed #lovebunny #family #birthdaygirl."
Penelope's oldest aunt Kim, 33, shared an adorable picture of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's playful daughter, matching Kris' description. "Happy Birthday my little pushka! I love u so much!!!!" Kim captioned the pic of the stylish toddler, wearing a floral skirt, magenta shades, and a chambray top with the collar popped. (The informal meaning of "pushka" is a person with a squished face.)
Baby pushka, it seems, has been a popularly used nickname amongst Penelope's family members. Auntie Kendall, who rocked the Chanel runway in punk gear at Paris Couture Fashion Week on Tuesday, wished "Poosh" a happy birthday from abroad. The 18-year-old model shared a close-up snap of Penelope fluttering her long eyelashes and staring at the camera with a wide-eyed expression, with rice bits sticking to her mouth.
Finally, Aunt Khloe posted a selfie with Penelope sitting on her lap and looking up at her. "Birthday princess," the voluptuous youngest Kardashian daughter, 30, wrote of her niece.
At age 2, Penelope will become a big sister in the upcoming year, as her mom is currently pregnant with her third child. On Monday, July 7, Kourtney shared a sweet picture of her daughter reclining against her bare bump. The star, 35, appeared on CNBC alongside her sisters that same day to discuss life as a working mom. "My biggest struggle as a mom has been balancing [motherhood and work]," she said on Closing Bell. "But I do think it's possible."