It's only been nine and a half years since we first started keeping up with the Kardashian and Jenner clan. (We can't decide if that feels really short or really long!) Wonderwall.com is taking a look at how the Kardashian-Jenner family has transformed over the years.
Surprise! Kim Kardashian West wasn't the first Kardashian sister to appear on a reality show. In 2005, older sister Kourtney Kardashian (seen here in 2002) appeared on the E! series "Filthy Rich: Cattle Drive," which featured celebs' kids working on a Colorado ranch to raise money for charity.
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Before the reality show, before the sex tape release, before Kimye, Kim Kardashian West was best known for being BFFs with Paris Hilton. Back then, Kim (seen here in 2006) worked as a personal stylist for stars like Brandy and Lindsay Lohan.
There's no question that Caitlyn Jenner has changed the most since "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" premiered in 2007. In 2015 — after divorcing Kris Jenner — she came out as a trans woman and debuted her new name and look.
Meanwhile, Kendall Jenner's baby sister, Kylie Jenner, "broke Google" during a sales round of her best-selling Lip Kit. She also welcomed her first child — a daughter named Stormi — in Feb. 2018! Not too shabby for someone who graduated from high school in 2015!
Khloe Kardashian appeared on her own FYI variety talk show, "Kocktails With Khloe," in April 2016. (How's that for irony?) She also launched a show on E! in January 2016 called "Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian," set to help people slip down after Khloe herself underwent a major body transformation. She's expecting her first baby in 2018 too!
Lamar Odom was famous before he married Khloe Kardashian and joined the Kardashian Krew: He'd been playing in the NBA since 1999 (this is him on draft day that year) for teams including the Los Angeles Clippers, the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Lamar Odom hit a major speed bump in October 2015 when he overdosed in a Nevada brothel and almost died. Although he and Khloe Kardashian had been in the midst of a divorce at the time, she put the brakes on court proceedings to act as his caretaker. The two were finally divorced in late 2016.
Who can we thank for "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" being on the air? Kris Jenner! She was the initial brains behind the Kardashian-Jenner family getting its own reality show. Before tying the knot with Bruce Jenner (now Caitlyn Jenner) in 1991, Kris (seen here in 2004) was married to Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob's dad, the late attorney Robert Kardashian.
Rob Kardashian has never really risen to the same level of fame as his sisters. Between battling depression and diabetes amid a massive weight gain in recent years, he's had a rough time of it. However, Blac Chyna helped him turn things around: After less than four months of dating, he proposed with a $325,000 engagement ring in April 2016. They welcomed daughter Dream later that year, but by early 2017, it was over.
Although Kourtney Kardashian dumped Scott Disick — the father of her three children — in July 2015, you can still watch him on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." Once a member of the Kardashian Krew, always a member of the Kardashian Krew — that is, unless your name is Kris Humphries.