The Kardashians: Did Kylie Jenner blame 'postpartum emotions' for baby boy's name change

The Kardashians: Did Kylie Jenner blame 'postpartum emotions' for baby boy's name change

– Kylie Jenner, the makeup mogul, finally disclosed the reason behind changing her baby boy's name from Wolf to Aire Webster.

– On the Season Three final episode of The Kardashians, Kylie explained to her friend that she felt Wolf didn't suit her son well, and she wanted a name with meaning. Aire Webster is a Hebrew name that means "Lion of God."

– Kylie blamed her decision on hormones and postpartum emotions, revealing that she started the process of legally changing the name during that time.

– She regretted the name Wolf almost immediately after giving birth and sobbed in the shower, realizing it didn't fit her son.

– About a month before her son's first birthday, Kylie decided to publicly reveal the name Aire Webster to move forward and enjoy life without worrying about others' opinions.

– The revelation on The Kardashians' final episode allowed Kylie to be more open about sharing images of her son, who is now 17 months old.

– Kylie Jenner gave birth to her baby boy on February 2, 2022, and initially named him Wolf Webster but later changed it to Aire Webster due to personal reasons.