• Kendall Jenner shared a throwback picture online
  • She is just a toddler in the video
  • Khloe Kardashian used to babysit back then

Kendall Jenner shared a sweet throwback picture of her from the time she was just a toddler. The video shows her playing with her sister Kylie Jenner, who was just a baby at that time, and Khloe Kardashian was on babysitting duties.

Kendall shared the throwback video on her Instagram page and tagged her sisters. The video was recorded by Caitlyn Jenner and it shows Kylie enjoying a bubble bath in the kitchen sink and playing with Kendall.

Kardashian explained that Kylie was having a bath after her lunch. When Caitlyn asked why she was doing that in the kitchen sink, the “Revenge Body” star explained that she was too lazy to take the kids upstairs.

Kylie got a little cranky after seeing Caitlyn and she appears to be gesturing to hold her. She continued to play with the water after she was asked if she was having fun.

Kendall sat in front of the sink and played with the water with her sister. When Caitlyn asked her how old she was, she said she was two years old, and would be turning three in November.

Reacting to the video, Kim Kardashian commented on the post by saying that it made her smile, People reported. “This makes me so happy,” Caitlyn wrote.

The Instagram post has over 8 million likes as of this writing. Many of the fans also commented on the post, and some even appreciated Khloe for her babysitting skills.

Khloe appears to have had enough training with her sisters to put those skills to good use. She is currently caring for her daughter True, and has been sharing updates about the toddler with the fans online.

True dressed up like her mom for Christmas last month. Khloe shared pictures of the mother-daughter duo in golden outfits on her Instagram page. She wished her fans a Merry Christmas in the post.

Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Kendall and Kylie Jenner are pictured attending NBCUniversal's Golden Globes After Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Jan. 8, 2017. John Fredricks/Getty Images