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Mason Turns 3! Kourtney Kardashian Takes Him to a Railroad Museum

It’s Mason’s Birthday!

It was a bittersweet day for Kourtney Kardashian and her birthday boy Mason.

On Friday, Kourtney and Scott Disick’s son turned three and to celebrate they went to the Gold Coast Railroad. Mason looked to be having a great time while out and about, but Kourtney and Scott looked a bit distracted, and for good reason.

Kourtney was very saddened by the event that occurred in Newtown, CT.. She tweeted:

“Sending prayers to those families who have lost children in this horrific crime. I really am at a loss for words. SOMETHING HAS TO CHANGE! ” (source)

“If this tragedy doesn’t change something in this country regarding guns…I just want to scream and cry. Deeply saddened. Praying.”(source)

And, “Heartbroken. Prayers.” (source)

It will be hard to be chipper and filled with fun when there is a black cloud hanging over the entire country, let’s hope that Mason keeps blissfully unaware and has the best third birthday he can.

Check out more photos of Kourtney, Scott and Mason at the Railroad Museum right here:

  • The Family 1 of 8
    The Family
    Kourtney, Scott and Mason head out for some old-fashioned railroad fun.
  • Happy Boy 2 of 8
    Happy Boy
    Mason is one lucky boy, celebrating in all boy style!
  • Proud Mama 3 of 8
    Proud Mama
    Kourtney proudly held Mason's hand as they went to check out the trains.
  • Big Boy Birthday! 4 of 8
    Big Boy Birthday!
  • Kid Time 5 of 8
    Kid Time
    I'd never think I'd see a Kardashian emerge from a mini-toy train, but parenthood changes you!
  • Going for a Ride 6 of 8
    Going for a Ride
    Kids LOVE trains. It's a rule.
  • Kourtney Kardashian 7 of 8
    Kourtney Kardashian
    Even though she is in Miami, she had to bundle up in a warm leather jacket.
  • The Daddy Ride 8 of 8
    The Daddy Ride
    And being that he's three, Mason can still hitch a ride on dear old dad!


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