• Kourtney Kardashian and kids vent on a holiday trip
  • She shared pictures and videos on Instagram
  • The reality TV star feels family trips can be "educational"

Kourtney Kardashian went on a holiday with her children Penelope and Reign. She shared pictures of the trip on Instagram, which her giving her fans vacation goals.

Kardashian took the children to Idaho. She shared pictures of her stay in a log cabin surrounded by beautiful woods. While Penelope and Reign are there in the photos, Mason appears to have stayed back home.

One of the videos that Kardashian shared on her Instagram page shows the family taking a trip through the woods. The video gives her fans a good look at the beautiful landscape of Idaho.

The children also took the opportunity to explore the area on foot. One of the photos shows Penelope taking a walk while the sun sets beyond the trees in the background.

The family also got to enjoy a nice bonfire in the open area in the evening. Later, Kardashian took some selfies in the log cabin.

“My own Private Idaho,” Kardashian wrote in the post.

Family is important for Kardashian. The reality TV star recently shared on her Instagram Stories that she changed her morning routine just to be able to spend more time with the children in a relaxed atmosphere.

In the video, Kardashian announced that she started waking up 30 minutes early in order make breakfast and sit down with her children every morning, US Weekly reported. She explained the change by saying that she didn’t want the mornings to feel rushed for the family.

Kardashian can be seen taking a plate of pancakes over to the kitchen table in the video. She also paused to enjoy the view outside from her kitchen window.

Taking children on family trips like this is something Kardashian loves doing. Back in October, she took the kids to Finland, US Weekly reported. She shared those memories online and said that travelling can be “educational.”

Kourtney Kardashian attends the amfAR New York Gala 2019 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, Feb. 6, 2019. Michael Loccisano/Wire Image