Kylie Jenner Almost Named Stormi Something Strangely Normal
She also considered something very weird.
Unsurprisingly since Kylie announced that her daughter's name there has been a 63% rise in parents naming their daughters Stormi.
Buy, Kylie almost didn’t use the eccentric name, she was super close to naming Stormi something pretty normal. The billionaire spilled the tea on Instagram live recently.
“I looked up names and I saw Storm and I really liked that, but I wanted her to have an ‘ie’ at the end of her name like me,” she explained “Kylie and Stormi. So, it was that at first and when I was pregnant I used to call her Stormi when I would talk to her in my belly and it just felt right. I had one more name that I liked. I had two names that I honestly liked better than Stormi, but when I had her I just felt like she chose her own name and I just couldn’t imagine any other name other than Stormi.”
Kylie wasn’t willing to reveal one of her other possible names for Stormi, “just in case.” But she did reveal one name that she doesn’t think she’s going to use… Rose.
This is super surprising because while it’s a lovely name it’s pretty normal. Kylie did say that Rose was third in line while number two “is a very weird name.” She refused to give that one away which may mean that she plans to use it in the future.
In an interview with Evening Standard, Kylie dished about how she and her boyfriend Travis Scott came up with the unique name. She told Kim Kardashian who conducted the interview that initially they were going to go with Storm.
“I really don’t know how we thought of Storm. Her dad insisted it was him, but I feel like it was me. And that kind of just stuck with us” she explained.
“And then I didn’t really like just Storm- I didn’t feel like that was her name. So then it became Stormi. And it just stuck.”
She also admitted that, just like you, she really isn’t crazy about the name Stormi.
“I feel like there were a lot of other names that I might have even liked better, to be honest, but I feel like Stormi picked her own name like it was just her name.”