NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 09: Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner during Harper's Bazaar's celebration of "ICONS By Carine Roitfeld" presented by Infor, Laura Mercier, and Stella Artois at The Plaza Hotel on September 9, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Harper's Bazaar)
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By Karen Mizoguchi / People
November 23, 2016

Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner “always” made dinner time a troublesome daily task for their father Caitlyn Jenner.

In her latest post on her website and app, the supermodel revealed what the Jenner sisters would get in trouble for. “The one thing he would get mad at us for was not eating our food. Sometimes, we would avoid eating all of our dinner so we could sneak away and eat junk food, like popsicles and other sweets,” Jenner, 21, shared.

“So, if we wanted dessert, my dad insisted that we had to finish everything on our plates, including all of our vegetables and protein. He would tell us that if we didn’t finish, we would have to go to bed hungry, but we would still try to sneak dessert anyway, lol,” she explained.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars were rebellious at the dining room table but when it came to school and homework Kendall recalled that they “never really got in trouble for that.”

In the KarJenner household Caitlyn appears to have been the disciplinarian as Kendall described, “Growing up, my dad was way more strict than my mom.”

Years later and now as an adult, the fashion It girl said she appreciates Caitlyn and momager Kris Jenner for their ways of parenting.

“Luckily, my parents wouldn’t get upset over little things and they didn’t have that many rules. I had some friends with really strict parents—and those kids all turned out the most wild!” Kendall wrote, adding, “I think my parents definitely raised me and Ky the right way, and I feel so blessed for that.”

This article originally appeared on People.com

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