TEEN Mom’s Kailyn Lowry revealed she named her newborn Creed after giving birth to her fourth son on July 30.
The 28-year-old MTV star posted a sweet snap with her baby boy and shared the meaning behind the moniker is because it symbolizes a “guiding principle.”
Kailyn held Creed wrapped up in a blanket as they stood in front of his crib that had a personalized baby blanket draped over the side.
The proud mama wore black jeans and a tight grey wrap top as she looked down and smiled at her son.
Creed’s name comes as a shock to fans – who previously believed her latest child would be named either Jason and Austin.
Just four days ago, the Pennsylvania native asked her Instagram followers to weigh in by sharing a poll on her Stories.
Kailyn explained in the post: "Isaac wants to name the baby Jason. Linc wants to name the baby Austin.”
Fans seemed to favor Austin, with 77 percent voting for the name.
The reality star gave birth to her fourth child on July 30 at 2:47 p.m.
He weighed eight pounds, 15 oz. and was 22.5 inches long.
Mom of four Kailyn shares her newest baby boy with ex Chris Lopez – who is also the father to her three-year-old son Lux.
The Teen Mom personality shares 10-year-old Isaac with ex Jonathan Rivera and 6-year-old Lincoln with Javi Marroquin – who she first appeared on the MTV franchise with.
Kailyn first confirmed the birth to E! News, explaining: "No name yet but we are all healthy and so in love. I can check giving birth during a pandemic off my bucket list now."
Over the weekend, she shared an intimate glimpse at her at-home birth where she revealed she “controlled everything” along the way.
On her Instagram Stories, Kailyn answer fan questions about motherhood and personal questions about her birthing process.
She wrote: "Everything was on my terms. What my body was telling me to do.
"I wasn't connected to a bed. I didn't have to prevent myself from pushing when I felt I had to, didn't have to push when my body didn't have the urge.
"I controlled everything,” she assured.
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