Kim K & Newly Born Baby Remained in Hospital For The Second Night


Kim Kardashian and her baby boy have remained in hospital for a second night following the arrival of baby West on Saturday and the little tot is still nameless.

A source told E!News on Sunday night that “there’s no name” yet for the newest member of the Kardashian-West family.

However, according to People magazine Kim has been telling people at Cedars Sinai Medical Centre that the baby’s middle name would be Robert after her late father.

Baby West arrived three weeks early a t the same hospital where Kim gave birth to her daughter North.

According to Hollywood Life, the reality star couldn’t be happy with her “perfect” son who was born three weeks early.

“Kim is absolutely overjoyed with the birth of her perfect baby boy,” a source said.

“She gave birth naturally, her preferred way, and she must be a pro because this time around Kim felt it was a lot easier giving birth.”

The 35-year-old star was previously worried that she would have to have a C-section after learning her baby was breech.

She underwent a procedure to turn the baby into a head-down position, so she could have the natural birth.

The brunette beauty announced on her website that the procedure hurt more than giving birth but it was a success.

“This weekend, I checked into the hospital and underwent a procedure called an ECV (External Cephalic Version, or a Version), which is done to manually turn the baby from a breech position to a head-down position,”she wrote.

“They gave me an IV with medication to relax my uterus, and then three doctors attempted to work together to turn the baby.”

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Kim went on to explain: “There was a risk that my water might break or the baby’s heart rate could drop – in which case, an emergency C-section would then take place. I went in with my sisters and my husband. I was prepared for it all!”

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