Kourtney Kardashian Posts New Teaser Photo of Baby Boy Reign
You gotta admit, you often find yourself looking at some baby pictures and just look in awe at how cute and cuddly they are. Celebrity babies are definitely no exception to that, even if it’s just their shoes for now, like Kourtney Kardashian’s latest baby photo of her son Reign.
On Monday, Feb. 16, 2015, Kardashian took to Instagram to post a new photo of her youngest son who was born last year on Dec. 14, 2014.
But like her previous photo upload, which only showed Reign’s hand and fingers, the latest photo only showed Reign’s legs and feet all bundled up with stylishly adorable clothes and shoes.
Unlike her sister Kim, who is quite public with her husband Kanye West and daughter North, the eldest Kardashian daughter prefers keeping her three children with partner Scott Disick under the wraps. She evidently shows this with Reign’s photos that she’s been uploading.
In the meantime, aside from taking care of her kids, Kardashian has been spending some of her time losing her extra post-baby weight. A few days ago, she took a photo of her feet as she was about to do a workout, captioning it with, “14 stubborn pounds to go. Let’s go!”
Upon Reign’s birth, Disick revealed in an interview with Us Weekly that with his third child, he wasn’t all that nervous anymore, unlike the birth of his first two children Mason and Penelope.
“It’s my third time so it’s kind of a charm. I think I kind of know it by now. The first one was scary. The second was less scary. The third one was, okay — I got a whole team over here,” Disick told Us Weekly.
He also revealed that he initially thought that Mason and Penelope will be jealous of their little brother, but his worries turned out to be unfounded as they also showered the baby with much sibling affection.
Would you have wanted to see Baby Reign’s face in his mother Kourtney Kardashian’s photo uploads too? Post your comments below.
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