Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi's birth certificate reveals no middle name

Peter Castro
February 9, 2018

Kylie Jenner already revealed that her child's name is Stormi Webster (with no middle name), but the fan theories about her baby's name continue. A source told People this week that, while Jenner spends nearly all of her time with their one-week-old daughter, Scott (né Jacques Webster) has been working during the day and spending nights with his daughter - an arrangement that, reportedly, works well for the couple.

Although it was rumored for months, Jenner's pregnancy was not officially confirmed by the Kardashian family, and she was missing fromKeeping Up With The Kardashians.

As usual, Twitter delivered with the one-liners-check out these top Stormi-themed tweets that will make you laugh so hard you'll (ugly) cry.

"All she talks about is her baby girl". I love it though. "Thank you for understanding". In a separate post on Instagram, she explained the decision to her followers thusly: "I knew my baby would feel every stress and every emotion so I chose to do it this way for my little life and our happiness".

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But even though Kylie and Travis are the parents of a week-old daughter, sources tell People magazine that they're still not living together. There was plenty of romance and couple-time in the video, considering they have supposedly cooled off. "She is so excited for this next chapter and can't wait to see what the future holds for her and her family".

Jenner and Scott have reportedly not been in a rush to get married.

"The name had been decided on for a while now", sources told E! They also definitely have the money to pay off anybody who threatens to reveal anything they don't want going public. The baby's name is absolutely fantastic and I'm so happy for all of them. "Life is really good right now and it's all about the kids and the family and just keeping everybody happy and healthy".

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