A sweet debut! Kylie Jenner gave the first glimpse of her and Travis Scottson’s face on Saturday, January 21, less than two weeks before his first birthday — and she revealed his name.
“AIRE,” 25-year-old Jenner captioned several photos of her baby boy’s face, seemingly revealing his name.
grandmother Chris Jenner remarked, “I love you, Aire Webster.”
The reality star gave birth to her and the 31-year-old rapper’s baby in February. “2/2/22,” the Keeping up with the Kardashians alum captioned a black and white photo of the baby holding her 4-year-old daughter Stormi’s hand at the time, alongside a blue heart emoji.
Kris told me Ellen DeGeneres later that same month her last grandchild looks like his big sister.
“I was in hospital when he was born,” the talent manager, 67, said in February Ellen DeGeneres Show appearance. “It was me, Kylie and Travis because they now have rules and regulations [amid the coronavirus pandemic] so you can only have a limited number of people. … When [Wolf] came out, it was like Stormi was born all over again.”
Kylie showed off the little feet in an Instagram slideshow the following month. Sister Khloe Kardashian responded to the March 21 social media upload with heart emojis, same as Brody Jenner and Anastasia “Stassie” Karanikolaou.
That same day, the Kardashians star told her Instagram followers that her son’s name is no longer Wolf.
“For your information, our son’s name is no longer Wolf,” the Kylie’s life alum wrote on her Instagram Story at the time. “We just didn’t feel it was him. I just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.
The former E! personality became a mother in February 2018 when Stormi arrived, and her postpartum experience was “a little harder” the second time around.
“I just want to tell my postpartum moms that postpartum hasn’t been easy,” the makeup mogul said in a March 15 Instagram story after a workout. “It’s not easy, mentally, physically, spiritually, it’s just crazy. I just didn’t want to come back to life without saying that because…for other moms going through it right now I think we can go on the internet and it might look a lot easier for other people and put us under pressure move, but I haven’t had it easy either. It’s been hard.’
The creator of Kylie Cosmetics added that it was “OK not to be OK”, concluding: “I realized I was putting some pressure on myself, and I keep reminding myself that I made a whole person, a beautiful, healthy boy. We need to stop putting pressure on ourselves to be back after birth, not even physically, just mentally.”
Scroll down for the first photos of Aire’s face: