Inside Kim Kardashian & Kanye West’s Complicated Living Arrangements During Their Marriage

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have spent their entire marriage juggling busy schedules, managing bicoastal business obligations and traveling around the globe, so it’s safe to say they’re accustomed to operating without one strict home base. And though the parents of two have been steady supporters of each other since marrying in May 2014, they haven’t always been able to stand — or sleep — side by side.

To Grandmother’s House They Go
Though the Wests have an expansive real estate portfolio, they’ve spent very little family time enjoying their two California proprties.

After purchasing an $11 million Bel-Air mansion in early 2013, they planned to temporarily take up residence in momager Kris Jenner‘s Calabasas home while they upgraded their Italian-style villa. But after daughter North, now 3, was born, the couple remained at Jenner’s.

In 2014, they bought a second home closer to Jenner — a $20 million estate in Hidden Hills, California, where they planned to settle down once those renovations were complete.

“When we bought our Bel-Air house, we didn’t have a baby, we weren’t even pregnant,” Kardashian West told PEOPLE at the time. “After you have a baby, you realize that you need so many other things and a different kind of space. So being in the city is a different life. We wanted to be away and have more privacy.”

In September 2015, while their Hidden Hills home remained under renovation, the Wests