So, you may or may not be aware that Kim Kardashian is currently expecting her fourth child with Kanye West in May, a baby boy who will be born via gestational carrier.
So, as any expectant mother, she is thinking up baby names, which must be one of the most stressful things ever. I mean, how do you decide on what name your kid is going to be stuck with for the rest of their life? I mean, what if they end up hating it?
Okay, sorry, I backtracked a bit there, back to Kim Kardashian. Well, the reality TV star recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live alongside sisters Kourtney and Khloe, where she donned a short patterened dress and a pair of impressive, lace-up high heels. In the talk show, she also took pictures with a lucky fan and talked about what she is thinking of naming her fourth child. And yes, that is the same Jimmy Kimmer interview where the host asked Khloe Kardashian whether it’s time to stop dating basketball players – referencing the latest Tristan Thompson cheating scandal – and the Good American founder answered that she likes what she likes.
Apparently, one of the potential names Kim has considered is “Rob” in honor of her brother Rob Kardashian and her late father Robert. That is, admittedly, so sweet, but she expressed her worry that it will not really fit in with her other children’s more unique names, North, Saint, and Chicago. But she did like the sound of Rob West.
“I was truthfully thinking about just naming him Rob, after my brother, Rob,” she said on the show. “But then it’s kind of like North, Saint, Chicago, Rob. It doesn’t really go, but I was really feeling that. And my brother approved it, so that’s like our one kind of name.”
Other than that, looks like, she is also considering taking it back to her heritage and picking out an Armenian name, as she told the host, “I was Googling Armenian boys’ names last night, and I couldn’t really find anything.”
But nothing is certain yet, and they do still have about a month to go until they have to decide, and the beauty mogul said the entire family weighs in on the name.
“I definitely take a family survey but it’s usually after the baby is born and we’re trying to figure out what the baby looks like,” she said. “I usually go about three or four days nameless until I feel that it really connects with the baby.”