Teen Mom star Kailyn Lowry took to Instagram yesterday, August 10th, and revealed the name of her fourth child. The newborn baby boy didn’t have a name for its birth date but nearly two weeks later the name is announced!
Twenty-eight-year-old Kailyn Lowry has shared insights into her pregnancy with her nearly 4 million Instagram followers. The reality TV star keeps her socials updated with regular pictures of her four boys and life as a single mother.
Starring on 16 and pregnant in 2010 she rose to fame and had a son, Isaac Rivera, 10, who she welcomed with ex Jo Rivera on season 1 of Teen Mom. Kailyn also has Lincoln Marroquin, 6, who she shares with ex Javi Marroquin, and 2-year-old Lux Lowry, her son with ex Chris Lopez. Chris is also father to her new bundle of joy.
What did Kailyn Lowry name her baby?
- Kailyn Lowry named her new baby boy Creed.
The meaning behind ‘Creed’
- As stated in Kailyn’s recent Instagram caption the baby boy has been named Creed. Which has Latin origin to mean ‘belief; guiding principle; I believe’.
However Kailyn told a fan when asked if the newborn’s name had anything to do with The Office, she explained he was actually named after another character: Apollo Creed.
The 2015 movie Creed, which stars Michael B. Jordan, was the inspiration behind her baby name. However Creed is not actually the baby’s forename, his full name is, in fact, Romello Creed Lopez.
The Teen Mom star gave birth to Romello at home on July 30 at 2:47 p.m. Her son was born at 8lbs., 15 oz. and 22.5 inches long. Following the birth Kailyn said “I can check giving birth during a pandemic off my bucket list now,” she told E!.
Kailyn may want more babies on the way!
On one of her previous podcasts for Coffee Convos, she exclaims that four little boys running around might not be enough and she may be open to fostering!
“I was having a conversation with somebody else and I just think that I want more kids, but whether I carry them on my own or not is not important to me,” she told her co-host, Lindsie Chrisley.
Kailyn goes on in the podcast to say, “I’ve done it three times and I just, I really could picture myself maybe fostering siblings at that to keep them and then keep them together. And then hopefully the foster would lead to the adoption.”