PSALM West has had a massive firefighter-themed birthday party.
His mom, Kim Kardashian, made sure every detail was covered to guarantee a fiery good time.
Psalm actually turns four on Tuesday, but the Kardashians have never said no to a party.
Kim, 42, turned her entire home into its own fire station, complete with fire truck pinata and fire hydrant cake.
Each young attendee was gifted their own custom firefighter turnout jackets featuring each of the children’s names stitched on the back, along with “CALABASAS FD” on some and “LA CO FD” on others.
The entranceway was covered to look like the outside of a fire station, complete with Psalm’s name spelled out at the top.
Inside the theme continued with paintings of the siblings in uniforms.
Psalm was given his own firefighter locker, jammed with his uniform, two pairs of boots and a rolled up hose.
Just outside, a giant balloon fire raged, as a life-size balloon fireman battled it.
Several station themed bounce houses were scattered about the backyard, including one that looked like a snow globe filled with balloon snowflakes.
A colorful dalmatian cutout stood guard over trays of cupcakes just begging to be eaten.
Adults could beat the heat with some custom cocktails.
One was named the “Extinguish Your Thirst” and included dragon fruit, lemon, and simple syrup while another was called the “Red Engine” and featured 7Up, grenadine, and cherries.
There was also a fire engine pinata, which Psalm and his cousins True, Dream and Stormi each attacked.
When the time came to serenade Psalm with Happy Birthday, he suddenly turned very bashful.
Kim held her youngest born next to the massive firefighter-themed cake as he shyly waited for the guests to finish singing.
The Hulu star was shown helping her son blow out the candles once the song was complete.
The layered cake was decorated to include a firefighter helmet on top of a red fire hydrant.
Below it, fire and smoke billowed near the center, along with a fire hose.
At the bottom, the honorary title “Chief Psalm” was written across the cake.
KIM’S BIGGEST FAN
While the kids all dressed to impress, Khloe Kardashian’s daughter went a step further.
True, five, showed up wearing a custom-made “Kim Kardashian” T-shirt.
The black shirt featured past snapshots of the Skims founder wearing iconic ensembles that she has made famous over the years.
True smiled in the photo as she sported her hair in a pair of buns and showed off her chalk-covered hands.
PSALM FOR PSALE
Psalm’s empire has only started to grow.
Last year, the U.S. Sun revealed a slew of new trademarks were filed for the toddler, teasing the possibilities of Psalm toys and clothing.
Kim’s first of 12 trademarks covers “non-medicated skin care preparations; skin moisturizers; skin lotions; skin creams; skin cleansers” and other various cosmetics.
The second filing includes: “Probiotic supplements; nutritional supplements; vitamins; baby diapers; baby cloth diapers; anti-inflammatory ointments; baby food; infant formula.”
Psalm’s third trademark contains: “Strollers; stroller covers; children’s car seats; fitted covers for children’s car seats.”
The fourth promises “clocks; jewelry; watches; keychains” while the fifth dabbles in “calendars; books; magazines and periodicals in the fields of music; entertainment” and more.
The sixth trademark states Psalm’s business future could include “baby carriers worn on the body; all-purpose carrying bags; backpacks; handbags; tote bags; purses; wallets; bags for carrying babies’ accessories; diaper bags” and more.
Psalm’s seventh trademark branches out into “furniture; cribs; baby bouncers; baby changing mats; baby walkers; mattresses; cushions; nursing pillows; foot stools; mirrors” and more.
Similarly, the eighth filing states: “Textiles for home furnishings, namely, household linens, bath linens, bed linens, kitchen linens, and table linens; drapery; afghans; throws; comforters; bed blankets; baby bedding, namely, swaddling blankets, crib bumpers” and more.
However, Kim’s ninth trademark for her son includes various clothing items such as “coats; dresses; footwear; headwear; jackets; jumpers; loungewear; rompers; scarves; shirts” and more.
The tenth includes “toy figures; doll accessories; puzzles; party games; toy jewelry; puppets; hand-held units for playing electronic games; children’s educational toys for developing fine motor and cognitive skills” and more.
Psalm’s eleventh and twelfth filings promise “advertising services, namely, promoting the brands, goods, and services of others; endorsement services” and “entertainment in the nature of providing information by means of a global computer network in the fields of entertainment and pop culture; entertainment services, namely, personal appearances by a celebrity.”
Psalm’s last trademarks were all filed in 2019, so it looks like the young toddler was due for a fresh update of permit applications.
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