Kailyn Lowry has kept her baby’s gender and name under wraps throughout her pregnancy, but is she finally ready to tell all? The Teen Mom 2 star revealed a unique baby name before her delivery.
While waiting for Baby Lo’s arrival, Lowry revealed what she would like to name her child.
“I like last name for first names, how do we feel about Murphy for Baby Lo?” she tweeted.
But Twitter followers were against the unique moniker, as 78 percent voted no and 22 percent voted yes.
Lowry, who insisted she does not know the gender of her child, shut down rumors that she’s having a boy after revealing the name.
“No I actually like it for a girl,” she said of the name. “But idk what I’m having.”
Lowry also denied that she’s in labor, as a fan tweeted, “@KailLowry hasn’t tweeted in 11 hours. I automatically think Baby Lo is on the way!”
She responded, “Wish it was true!”
Radar exclusively reported on Lowry’s dramatic delivery details involving two of her baby daddies.
With her ex-husband Javi Marroquin out of town for work, he told Radar how they worked out “plans for all scenarios” for when she gives birth regarding who will care for their son Lincoln, 3.
But Baby Lo’s father may not be as dependable. As Radar reported, he left her around the time she learned she was expecting.
“Kail became a relationship of convenience for him,” a source close to Lowry told Radar. “He never actually loved her. It was a relationship, but he just decided he wanted something different and things didn’t work out so they went their separate ways.”
While his involvement in their child’s life is up in the air, she will reach out to him when she goes into labor.
“She wants to give him the opportunity to see his child being born,” the insider said. “She never said Chris couldn’t be involved with his child. She would hope he would want that, but she won’t force it or chase him to do so.”
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