Travis Scott is over the moon now that 3-year-old daughter Stormi doesn't defy bedtime!
In his cover story for CR Men, the "Goosebumps" rapper, 30, explained that he and Kylie Jenner — who are currently expecting their second child together — take a more relaxed approach when it comes to parenting, which seems to be working wonders.
"She's so cool. She's so fire because she goes to sleep now," he quipped. "We try to do a more natural vibe [with parenting], like more self-discipline. Like, 'OK, you know you got to go to bed at 9, are you going to stay up till 11 or are you going to go to sleep now?' And it's so cool [to hear her say], 'I'm going to sleep ya'll!'"
Scott's words echoed what the Kylie Cosmetics founder, 24, has said in the past, revealing that she's raising their little girl to be "strong and independent."
It seems like the toddler's self-management has rubbed off on the Grammy nominee, as he started setting "boundaries" for himself when it comes to his personal time.
"I think when people get into an older space, it’s healthy. And I kinda see myself getting to that point," he acknowledged. "Now I became a pops, you want to be there to eat food together and turn up for little Stormi."
The star even thanked his daughter when he accepted the trophy for Best Hip Hop at the VMAs on September 12.
Just a week before the awards show, fans got a glimpse inside Scott's family life when Jenner revealed they were expecting another baby together.
The heartwarming video starts off with the makeup mogul handing her beau a positive pregnancy test, and he then wraps his arms around her growing belly. He can also be seen grinning from ear-to-ear as he and Stormi join the reality star at an ultrasound appointment.
The pregnant beauty hasn't revealed the gender or a due date, but back in 2018, she admitted that she would love to have another little girl one day.
"Have I thought of baby names for my next baby? I have, but I haven't found anything that I 'love' love," she explained. "But I definitely want another girl, hopefully, and I want her to have a really feminine name."