KIM Kardashian has revealed the difference she felt between awaiting her surrogate kids and the ones she carried.
She said her experiences naming them were drastically different.
Kardashian, the mother of daughters North and Chicago and sons Saint and Psalm, revealed on Live! With Kelly and Ryan that she had opposing experiences naming the kids she carried (North and Saint) and the children, she had via surrogate (Chicago and Psalm).
She said she felt more pressured to pick a name for her first two kids ahead of time since she was constantly reminded that time was ticking as they grew inside of her.
“But when I had a surrogate, I found that time would fly by faster and I wouldn’t feel the pressure coming up with the name.
“So I will say, naming my last two was definitely harder with the pressure of just letting time go by,” she explained.
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She also noted that naming a kid is one of the hardest things parents have to do.
She personally did not confirm any names until all her children were born.
“You really want to see what they look like [before you name them],” she said.
“And I always, when I heard people do that, I would say: ‘How do you not be prepared for that?
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“‘You have nine months to think about this!’
“But no matter what, it’s the hardest decision ever.”
Her remarks came after she was questioned by the television hosts about her youngest sister, Kylie Jenner’s, baby name.
Jenner gave birth to her and Travis Scott’s second child and first son in February.
She announced his name was Wolf, but then revealed in March that she decided to change his name.
“FYI our son’s name isn’t wolf anymore,” Kylie shared on Instagram at the time.
“We just really didn’t feel like it was him.
“Wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.”
Kardashian divulged that she believes the mom of two is getting closer to choosing a new name but wants to make sure she is happy with the decision before making any announcements.