Almost a year later, we finally have the answer to the most speculated question in Hollywood: What is Kylie & Travis's baby's name? The momma of two finally revealed to her 379 million followers on the 'gram the name of her almost one-year-old boy - and even graced us with a few photos! It must be our lucky day. Here's what you missed.
In typical Kardashian fashion, Kylie has managed to keep the name of her baby on the down low ever since he was born. Jenner and baby daddy Travis Scott welcomed their son into the world last February, and after months of speculation have finally revealed their baby's name is... Aire. Jenner took to her Instagram to share a series of adorable pictures with baby Aire and a few seriously cute solo shots. The Kardashians reality star captioned the photos with his name and a big heart next to them, and the adorable comments just rolled in. Now, we're all left wondering how does one pronounce "Aire?"
According to the parents, it took a minute before landing on the name Aire. Initially, Jenner and Scott revealed their son's name was Wolf, but after sitting with the name, Kylie explained in an Instagram post that Wolf wasn't the right fit. "FYI, our sons [sic] name isn't Wolf anymore," she wrote. "We just really didn't feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere." However, we did learn early on that his middle name was Jacques, which is his father's birth name. So, welcome to the world, Aire Jacques Webster!
Since the birth of her son, Jenner has been pretty open with her fans about postpartum life not being so easy for her, especially in comparison to when she gave birth to Stormi a few years back. "It's not easy mentally, physically, spiritually," Kylie openly admitted. "It's OK, not to be OK," she shared. "I was putting some pressure on myself, and I just keep reminding myself I made a whole human—a beautiful, healthy boy," Kylie continued. "And we have to stop putting pressure on ourselves to be back—not even physically, just mentally—after birth." We respect it.