Khloe Kardashian Already Has A Name Picked Out For Her Baby

January 4, 2018 / Posted by:

Khloe Kardashian is a mere three months from giving birth to her first child, and I’m sure you’ve been foaming at the mouth trying to figure out what name she and her baby daddy Tristan Thompson will write on the birth certificate. Well the wait is about half over.

Khloe, looking like Princess Frostine’s tacky Calabasas cousin Lady Canned Frosting, appeared on today’s episode of Ellen. After dodging questions about Kylie Jenner’s rumored pregnancy, she broke the news about what she was going to call her baby. If it’s a boy, Khloe will pull out all the creative baby name stops by calling him Tristan Junior. She’s not so sure what she’ll call her baby if it’s a girl, but she does know that she’s either going to stick with the family’s tradition of K names, or possibly start a T theme.

Khloe will reveal the sex of her baby on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which means she already knows what she’s having. There’s a rumor that she’s having a boy. It’s looking doubtful that she’ll pop out a girl and give her a K name that speaks to their special mommy-daughter relationship, complete with a little bogus accent on the end. So I guess whoever had Keepingmommyrelevanté can crumple up that option and throw it in the trash.

But Tristan Jr.? In a family that counts children named North, Reign, Saint, Dream, that’s got to be the most normal, basic offering. Khloe’s doing nothing to kill that conspiracy theory that she’s not a real Kardashian. A real Kardashian wouldn’t think twice about naming their kid something ridiculous like Twerk or Turnt.

Here’s a pregnant Khloe at LAX yesterday.

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