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Khloe Kardashian is pregnant—and we just found out what she’s having [Update]

The famous family’s celebrating a third time in a row.

Khloe Kardashian is pregnant—and we just found out what she’s having [Update]

There must be something in the water in Calabasas, California: Multiple sources confirm that Khloe Kardashian is pregnant—which puts her in the expectant mama club with sisters Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian. And after documenting her fertility struggles on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the baby news is an especially big cause for celebration between Khloe and her boyfriend of one year, NBA player Tristan Thompson.


“This is something Khloe has wanted for years and years and yet it’s more than that... She didn’t want it unless she was in the right relationship for it,” a source close to the family told People. “This is such a wonderful moment for her: Not only is she going to be a mother, she is going to be raising a child with a man she truly loves. Everyone is over the moon for them both.”

According to TMZ, Khloe is about three months along, which reportedly puts her due date after those for Kylie and Kim’s surrogate. The insider added to People that Khloe was thrilled to share the news—but timing proved to be a bit sticky following the announcements from her sisters.

“It’s only been in just the past week or so that they’ve felt comfortable telling most of their inner circle,” the insider said. “Things were complicated a bit by Kylie’s announcement as they don’t want to be seen as intruding on that moment for her but it is now reaching a point where Khloe doesn’t want to be openly lying to people, and just staying quiet isn’t going to work anymore.”

Khloe’s struggle to conceive has been documented on Keeping Up With the Kardashians as recently as last season when a fertility specialist advised she stop taking birth control pills if she hoped to start a family in the near future due to her lower-than-average uterine follicle count. (Khloe previously revealed she “fake tried” to get pregnant during her troubled marriage with Lamar Odom.)

“Tristan and I definitely talk about starting a family,” Khloe said in the recent episode. “He wants to have about five or six kids with me and that’s lovely. We could start at one and we could grow from there. But now knowing I’m not on birth control is scary. It’s like a really big step.”

If it seems like a pretty wild coincidence that so many babies are on the way at once for the Kardashian-Jenner family, consider a 2014 study that found pregnancy can be slightly contagious—at least when it comes to close friends influencing each others decisions to expand their families. As Nicoletta Balbo, co-author of the research said, “The study shows the contagion is particularly strong within a short window of time.”

With three new babies on the way in a very small period of time, it seems the Kardashian-Jenners are confirmation of that!

Update 3/4/18:

Kardashian announced on Keeping Up With the Kardashians that she and Thompson are having a... GIRL!

Now their decision on a baby name is really up in the air, although Kardashian has said she’s leaning toward a “K” or “T” initial. We can’t wait to find out soon enough!

We're so glad to live in a time when modern baby gear exists. Sure, no one is going to argue that having a baby is easy—but it can be easier with support from some gadgets designed to help your baby and put your mind at ease.

As you build your baby registry, look for products that go the extra mile to make your life a whole lot easier. For example, what's better than a bassinet? A bassinet that can rock by itself. And what's better than a traditional baby monitor? One that allows you to actually take a peek at your baby. Believe us when we say these upgrades can make all the difference.

Here are 10 baby gadgets that will make your life so much easier… relatively speaking, of course!


A bassinet to promote safe + sound sleep

HALO Innovations Bassinest Swivel Sleeper Essenta Series Nautical Net

The safest place for your newborn to sleep is in your room, but not in your bed. Thanks to the swivel function of the Halo Bassinest, you can easily tend to your baby during the night—which means more sleep for you, too. Trust us when we say that is the best gift you can give a new parent.

$239.99

A smart swing for your baby

4moms mamaRoo 4 Bluetooth Enabled High-Tech Baby Swing - Classic

Believe it or not, many babies are born with strong opinions about how they want to be rocked, swung or shushed to calm down. With the mamaRoo's various motions and reclining positions, you'll be able to find a setting your baby loves when you need to free up your hands for a bit.

$219.99

A complete travel system for car + sidewalk

Chicco Bravo Travel System - Indigo

No matter where the day takes you—or what mode of transportation you need to get there—getting a complete travel system for your baby will equip you for anything.

$379.99

A swaddle you don’t have to wrestle

Love To Dream Swaddle UP Original

What do babies and Harry Houdini have in common? A knack for breaking out of tight constraints—which can be a headache when swaddling is the best way to help promote good sleep. Thanks to a breakout-proof swaddle that allows your baby to sleep with their hands up, you don't have to work up a sweat just to get your baby comfortably swaddled.

$29.99

A nursery wherever you need it

Baby Trend Lil Snooze Deluxe II Nursery Center

During the early days of parenting (when you are feeding and changing your baby around the clock), having convenient access to everything you need with a go-anywhere nursery station can save you serious time and energy.

$99.99

A little help for stuffy noses

Fridababy NoseFrida Nasal Aspirator

Up until the point years down the road when your child is able to blow their own nose, the sniffles can be a real struggle—but not with a nasal aspirator that makes it easy for you to get that snot out of their nose.

$15.99

A way to keep an eye on your baby

VTech 5" Digital Video Baby Monitor - VM5251

Trust us when we say you'll sleep better when you know your baby is also sleeping soundly. That's why we're so thankful for modern-day video monitors, which allow you to check in on your sleeping baby without running the risk of waking them up when you sneak in for a peek.

$79.99

A bassinet for hands-free rocking

Simmons Kids Silent Auto Gliding Elite Bassinet - Odyssey

Babies are soothed by rocking motions. But what does that mean for you if you can't rock them throughout the night? With an auto-gliding bassinet, they can comfortably drift off to sleep... and continue snoozing.

$99.99

An easy way to contain diaper smells

Diaper Genie Expressions Pail

Sometimes it's the little conveniences that make a big difference in the quality of your day-to-day life. That's why a great diaper pail should not be undervalued: By containing the smell, you will save yourself dozens upon dozens of trips to the garbage can.

$24.99

A white noise machine that pulls double duty

Hatch Rest Sound Machine, Night Light & Time-to-Rise

A phone-controlled sound machine may be something you never considered until now, but it will be a major lifesaver for years to come, especially as it can also function as a time-to-rise clock that promotes good sleep habits for your child.

$59.99

And as for securing all these awesome products? Well, a Target baby registry is the way to do it. By creating your baby registry with Target, you will also enjoy their Year of Benefits registry program, which includes perks like a welcome kit with more than $100 in savings and samples, two 15% off coupons to complete your registry, and a full year of returns. The benefits are better than ever right now: Target just launched the Year of Exclusive Deals perk as one of its registry benefits, and this includes a year's worth of discounts on baby essentials (think diapers and formula) and comes complementary when you sign up for Target Circle.

Because while parenting may not be "easy," deciding to register with Target definitely is an easy decision. Start your Target baby registry now and enjoy shopping with a Year of Benefits featuring a Year of Exclusive Deals available via Target Circle, two 15% off coupons, a year of hassle-free returns, a free welcome kit and more!

This article was sponsored by Target. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Motherly and mamas.

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