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WHOA! Chicago West’s Birth Certificate Out And Reveals What Kim Was Hiding About Her Baby!

Chicago West’s birth certificate is finally revealed and now we have all the specifics of the precious newborn.

Chicago was indeed born on Jan. 15th, 2018 in the wee hours of 12:47 am. She weighed in at a healthy 7 lbs. 6 oz and was delivered by Dr. Paul Crane.  There was just one thing that surprised many “Kimye” fans.

The couple seems to shy away from anything traditional and naming their children is no different.  Kim and Kanye’s oldest is named, North West, their son’s name is Saint West, and now Chicago West.  Just like her older brother and sister, Chicago will not have a middle name.

The day of the birth is when the birth certificate info if filled out but for Chicago, all but her last name was left blank.  It wasn’t until January 19th that the document had been filed in its entirety.  Seeing that it took the indecisive parents 4 days after their daughters birth to decide on a first name, I suppose it comes as no surprise that they didn’t want to come up with a middle name too.  Not to mention, it might be a tad bit odd that only one of their three children have a middle name.  Let’s be honest, all members of this family are known on a first name basis, so who needs middle names anyway?

Photo Credit: The Blast

After making the name announcement on her app, Kim said, “We are incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true with the greatest gift one could give and to our wonderful doctors and nurses for their special care.”

Well, Kim, when do we get to see this sweet little baby of yours?  I’m dying over here!

Now the question is, what is the gender and name of Khloe’s little one going to be?  These Kardashians really know how to keep us fans chomping at the bit!

Tell us what you think!  Should Chicago have a middle name?

-Skyla Stone

 

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