‘Didn’t feel like it was him,’ Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott altered the name of their firstborn boy.
The name of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s newborn son has been changed. The Kylie Cosmetics founder said that she and Travis Scott changed their minds about their nearly two-month-old son’s name and that he “isn’t Wolf anymore.”
“FYI, our son’s name is no longer Wolf. “We just didn’t feel like it was him,” Jenner said on Monday in her Instagram storey. “I just wanted to share since I kept seeing Wolf.”
She did not reveal the child’s new name.
She made the comment after sharing an emotional video of her second pregnancy experience. The almost 10-minute film, titled “To Our Son,” shows Jenner in the doctor’s office, getting exams, and in the delivery room.
It also shows her pregnancy shower, her expanding baby bulge, and the couple’s 4-year-old daughter Stormi becoming enthusiastic about being a big sister. There are also heartfelt notes from Jenner’s renowned sisters and her mother, Kris Jenner.
When Stormi was born on February 1, 2018, Kylie posted a similar video titled “To Our Daughter.”
Jenner announced the birth of her and Scott’s second child on Feb. 2, only days after he was born. The delighted mother shared a black-and-white snapshot of the rapper clutching their newborn’s hand.
On February 11, she announced their son’s name on Instagram, writing “Wolf Webster.”
Earlier this month, the mother-of-two spoke up about the difficulties of postpartum living, noting in a now-deleted Instagram storey that it “has not been easy.”
“I simply want to communicate to my postpartum parents that postpartum has not been easy,” she remarked in a video caught by admirers six weeks after receiving her kid. “It hasn’t been easy. It’s quite difficult. This experience has been a bit more difficult for me than it was for my daughter.”
“It’s not easy on the mental, physical, or spiritual levels.” “It’s insane,” she continued. “And I didn’t want to just go back to life without addressing anything because I believe we can look on the internet and for other parents going through it right now, we can look on the internet and it can appear a lot simpler for other people and put pressure on us.” But it hasn’t been simple for me. It’s been difficult, and I simply wanted to express my gratitude.”
She went on to say that she didn’t believe she’d be able to make it to her exercise, but that she was feeling better. Jenner said, “It’s OK not to be OK.”
“Once I recognised that, I knew I was putting pressure on myself, and I just kept telling myself that I produced a full person,” she continued. “He’s a gorgeous, healthy child, and we need to stop putting pressure on ourselves to return.” After birth, not even physically, but just intellectually. I’m only sending my love. I adore you two.