‘Teen Mom’: Kailyn Lowry Reveals the Unique Way She’ll Name Her Baby
Lowry has been keeping her fans updated on Instagram and her podcast, Coffee Convos. On February 14, she posted that the baby still didn’t have a name.
“It’s weird knowing the sex of this baby & trying to solidify a name so he doesn’t go nameless like Lux did + my anxiety is through the roof. I’m scared of doing anything wrong,” she wrote.
Kailyn Lowry on having her fourth child, her birthing plan, and naming the baby
On July 15, Lowry did a Q&A with her Instagram followers, and lots of users asked her about her pregnancy and birthing plan.
“What do you think the biggest challenge will be going from 3 kids to 4?” asked one fan.
“Time management. Making sure I get everyone where they need to be on time, making sure I spend quality time with each of them, still having a minute to myself to recharge and fill my cup so I can continue to fill their cups,” Lowry responded.
The reality TV star has said that she’d like to have a home birth. One fan asked if she was going to do a “water birth or regular home birth.”
“This I’m not decided on. I figured we will see how I feel while I’m in labor. I have [a] tub I can set up for the water but I’m not sure I envision it in the tub,” she wrote.
Another fan asked Lowry if she’s picked out a name for the baby yet. She said she’ll know the right name when she sees him.
“I have a handful of names I like now and when I look at him I believe I’ll know which one,” she wrote.
Who Kailyn Lowry will have present at the birth of her fourth baby (Hint: not Chris Lopez)
One fan asked Lowry if she plans on having friends and family present at the birth of her baby.
“No. I have had a birth where friends and family were present and I’ve had births where it was just the father and me. & for me, I prefer less people. I like silence during contractions & don’t love seeing people immediately after I give birth,” she wrote.
The father of the baby, Chris Lopez, is not invited to the birth. Several fans told Lowry she “should really put [her] emotions aside and allow Chris to be there.”
“I’m not going to allow my followers to tell me what I should or shouldn’t do based on what you see on IG live or even what I say on the show. My mental health and CONSISTENCY in my sons’ lives are more important than he said/she said. As their mother, I know in my heart I’m doing what I believe to be best. I’m sorry if everyone else disagrees,” she wrote.