Pregnancy

Kylie Jenner shares emotional new video from baby Wolf’s birth

In an emotional new video that will absolutely make you cry, Kylie Jenner shares never-before-seen footage from her son Wolf’s birth. In the nearly 10-minute video, we also get to see intimate moments from Kylie’s baby shower and at her doctor’s office getting an ultrasound.

The video, titled “To Our Son,” begins with a positive pregnancy test and Kylie showing her partner, Travis Scott, the positive results. There are also some adorable moments featuring Stormi, the couple’s three-year-old daughter, who is clearly excited about becoming a big sister.

Before delivering her baby boy, Kylie records herself sitting in the hospital bed, cradling her baby bump for the last time.

“Are you ready to have another baby?” she asks Scott. “I’m ready,” he responds.

And so is grandma Kris Jenner, who chimed in with a, “I am! Woo!” as she accompanied the couple to the hospital.

There are also some super sweet messages from each proud auntie (Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, and Kendall—in case you forgot) at Kylie’s baby shower. They share their love for the baby and his mama in touching shoutouts featured in the video.

But it’s Kris Jenner who will make your eyes get a tad watery, as the clearly very proud and happy grandma shares her excitement to meet her newest grandson.

“To my new grandchild, who I cannot wait for you to get here,” she begins, getting choked up. “I think about you every day. I’m just so excited to meet you and to welcome you into the family.”

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Toward the end of the video, we see Kylie and Travis at the hospital (we only hear Kris) as the camera cuts to black. The audio continues, however, concluding with baby Wolf’s birth.

“He’s out,” one of the doctors says. “Your son is here!” After a few seconds and some proud dad cheering from Scott, baby Wolf utters that unmistakable newborn cry.

“To our son. February, 2, 2022. 8lbs 13oz,” the video reads.

Kylie recently opened up about postpartum life after baby number two, saying that this time around has been more difficult than with Stormi.

“It’s not easy mentally, physically, spiritually, it’s just crazy,” she continues. “And yeah, I didn’t just want to get back to life without saying that because I think we can look on the internet — for other moms going through it right now — we can go on the internet, and it might look a lot easier for other people, and put the pressure on us, but it hasn’t been easy for me.”

We love a mom who keeps it real—even one who has lots of help and resources can still struggle. But we also love how much she clearly loves being a mom.

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