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...then started talking about how to do their eyebrows. Mom told Kylie she needed an arch in her eyebrows, but it scared her to do her eyebrows since her skin was so fine. Kylie told mom she looked good today. Mom took out her phone and took selfies with Kylie. Mom asked Kourtnie to come take a picture with her and Kylie. Kourtnie told mom she didn’t want to take a picture, because she was hungry. Mom told her she was sorry she was broke and didn’t have money for food. Mom told the girls she hoped to start a new job next week. She needed money to pay rent and supply them food at the visits. Kylie mocked mom, mom slapped her jokingly. The girls joked about who was ugly in the picture, Kylie or Kourtnie. Mom told them to stop it they were both beautiful. At the end of the visit mom and the girls clean up. Mom walked the girls out to the car and told them she loved them.
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