When Kylie Jenner isn’t throwing weird Handmaid’s Tale parties in questionable taste, she’s also a mom to an adorable toddler, Stormi.
Stormi turned 16 months old at the beginning of June, and she’s hitting more and more milestones.
In an unbelievably adorable video, Stormi is asked to say her own name. Check it out!
Stormi is only 16 months old and already modeling for photoshoots.
She looks as cute as a button as she poses for a cluster of cameras.
In a behind-the-scenes look shared by proud mom Kylie, Stormi is prompted by various voices off-camera to speak.
“Can you say Stormi?” she is asked.
Our hearts are full of love.
Stormi does her level best to say her own name — showing that she clearly understands the request.
Names can be tricky to pronounce.
Some of us may be shocked to learn of a 16-month-old struggling with her own name (and not having an explanatory diagnosis).
But different babies develop at different rates and reach milestones at different times. Very soon, Stormi will be a chatterbox.
“A for effort, baby,” Kylie praised in the captions of the video.
Kylie was not the only one head-over-heels enamored with her precious baby.
“She’s the cutest” praised Khloe, the delighted aunt.
In typical Millennial (yes, 1998 is Millennial, not Gen Z, don’t @ me) fashion, Sofia Richie was overwhelmed, writing: “I can’t.”
“Nononononoooo,” an overcome Chrissy Teigen exclaimed. “How is she so good at this!!”
Chrissy is a model. She had to learn to do photoshoots. Stormi is a natural at it.
Kylie has actually been somewhat sparing when it comes to showing off Stormi.
Sure, we’ve seen her adorable baby girl, but compared to some other Kardashian babies we could name, we’ve only had a few glimpses.
This is very deliberate on Kylie’s part.
She grew up famous from a younger age than any of her siblings (obviously).
It is natural and good that she wants to show off her baby while also placing limits on how much she broadcasts to the world.
There’s another reason for which Kylie has dialed down how much of Stormi she advertises to the world.
People can be vile.
Just as some racists monsters called baby True “ugly” for her dark skin, Stormi’s appearance has been the subject of scrutiny.
People thought that Stormi wasn’t dark-skinned enough to be Travis Scott’s baby, so they came up with their own wild, irresponsible theories.
Some accused Kylie’s smokin’ hot bodyguard of being the baby’s real father. That was an absurd lie, but Kylie found it hurtful.
She doesn’t want to give trolls another target by showing off her baby 24/7.
As we mentioned, some find it surprising to hear about so many celebrity babies speaking so late, relatively speaking.
That’s just how it is sometimes.
Some families have talkative babies who form sentences before they hit 10 months. Others don’t speak until they’re two.
There are also studies that say that screen time for babies can delay speech milestones. That could also be a factor.
Either way, Stormi is as cute as a button and we’re sure that she’ll be saying her name just fine very soon.
Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald are officially parents of three gorgeous kids.
Unlike their first two offspring, however, the reality stars were blessed this time around with a little girl.
Her name is Jane Ivy Seewald and Jessa confirmed her existence on May 28, two days after she entered the world.
What did the very proud new mother say? And what does Jane Ivy look like?
We’ve got a bevy of precious photos down below. Check them all out now!
1. Jessa Duggar and Co.
2. Continued Jessa:
3. She’s So Tiny!
4. In Conclusion?
5. Can We See Some Photos?
6. Lauren and Ivy
Back in February, 90 Day Fiance alum Kalani Faagata unveiled her baby bump.
She and Asuelu were expecting baby #2!
She also took the opportunity to take a swipe at trolls, assuring them that they’ll die alone.
(Have we mentioned that we love Kalani? Because we love Kalani)
Fans have been hyped since last year for the couple to welcome little Oliver’s baby brother into the world.
Now, the baby’s here, and we have the baby’s name, plus several photos for you to see. Enjoy!
2. Kalani traveled a long road to get to this point
3. She met Asuelu while vacationing in Samoa
4. Asuelu was still in Samoa
5. Baby Oliver is SO cute
6. They’ve boned as a family
They are, perhaps, the four most famous kids in the world.
Or, to put it more accurately, they were, most definitely, the four most famous babies on earth at the time of their birth.
Five years ago, Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed Prince George into the world. He was followed two years later by sister Charlotte and then two years after that by brother Louis.
Fast forward about 12 months as Louis made his grand entrance and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined the human-creating fray by introducing everyone to son Archie.
Well, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor to be exact.
On the heels of Archie’s first-ever photos, we thought it would be fun to take a look back and compare ALL first-ever photos of all four Royal Children.
They’re all precious and all adorable and all pretty much perfect — but who made the most impressive debut?
Scroll down to decide for yourself!
1. Daddy’s Little Boy
2. Baby Sussex
3. The Close-Up
4. A New Royal Trio
5. Duke, Duchess and Baby
6. So Royally Awesome
Fans are begging and pleading to see Jeremy and Audrey Roloff return to Little People, Big World.
That would be amazing. For now, followers can listen to their podcast and, of course, see their updates on social media.
Jeremy has revealed that little Ember Jean is now talking, and shared the cutest video imaginable of her doing so.
“‘Dhankoo dada’ haha,” Jeremy begins his caption of this precious video.
“Ember is starting to attempt every world we say,” he reveals.
“But,” the proud father confesses. “This one is my favorite.”
Well, it’s both adorable and it mentions him.
Of course it’s his favorite.
As you can imagine, Jeremy also used the opportunity to plug a new episode of his and Auj’s podcast, Behind The Scenes.
He writes: “P.s. new podcast dropped today and you don’t want to miss it.”
We’re sure that a lot of their fans are excited for a new episode; they’ve certainly done some interesting interviews.
But most people’s attention was fixated on the sweet little girl.
(Ember Jean really isn’t a baby anymore — at atlmost 20 months, she’s a toddler)
“Say: ‘thank you, dada,'” Jeremy prompts his precious daughter in the video.
He is holding her with one arm — something he won’t be able to do so easily in a few short years.
As he captioned, Ember replies with her best imitation: “Dhankoo dada.”
Jeremy repeats her words, and then plants a kiss on one of her irresistible little cheeks.
(Cuteness overload, folks)
Up next, she babbles something that isn’t super intelligible.
Jeremy asks if she’s requesting milk from her sippy cup.
But it sounded to us like she was saying “cup” or “top.”
We’re sure that Jeremy knows his daughter better than we do, of course.
But any of those words would be salient to the conversation, as Jeremy pops on the lid to her cup.
Child development is a funny thing.
Some children are fully conversant by almost 20 months.
Others have yet to say their first word.
Ember is somewhere in between, which is completely normal.
Children reach different milestones at different ages because they are different people with different experiences.
Ember is lucky to be surrounded by parents, aunts, uncles, and grandparents who provide her with stimulation and enrichment.
Of course, viewers don’t get to watch Ember Jean grow and learn on Little People, Big World like they once could.
Auj and Jer have offered up a number of explanations for why they quit the reality series.
At one point, they suggested that God had called them to do something else — podcasting, apparently.
Jeremy has also said that, since ha and his siblings never actually had a choice about doing the show, he felt it was time that he just … stop.
He wouldn’t be the first to make that choice.
Molly doesn’t even live especially close to Roloff Farms.
And Jacob famously stormed off of the farm as a young adult, angry that he had been forced to do the show for as long as he was.