‘Teen Mom’ star Kailyn Lowry has always been one to be very candid about her life with fans through social media. The reality star has consistently shared personal details about the ups and downs of her home life and journey as a mother, interacting with fans and attempting to pass off what she has learned on the way. Now, the ‘Teen Mom’ phenom is sharing some more details about her current pregnancy, how it relates to her last one, and what she is doing differently than anyone else.
Pregnant with her fourth child, Lowry is not new to the concept of being a mother, but she has always approached the notion in a unique way compared to many others.
“It’s weird knowing the sex of this baby & trying to solidify a name so he doesn’t go nameless like Lux did + my anxiety is through the roof. I’m scared of doing anything wrong,” she wrote to fans on Instagram about her attempts to rectify something she believed she took too long to do with her previous pregnancy, name the child.
During a question and answer session with fans on Instagram live, Lowry was asked by one fan what she believes will be the biggest transition for her going from having three to four children, to which the star responded “time management.”
“Making sure I get everyone where they need to be on time, making sure I spend quality time with each of them, still having a minute to myself to recharge and fill my cup so I can continue to fill their cups,” she elaborated.
When another fan asked her if she would be attempting an at-home “natural” birth in water or through regular means, the star, who is a big advocate of home delivery, said that she hadn’t made her mind up on that crucial detail yet.
“This I’m not decided on. I figured we will see how I feel while I’m in labor. I have [a] tub I can set up for the water but I’m not sure I envision it in the tub,” she told the fan.
As for the name of the child, Lowry revealed that although she hasn’t picked a name yet, she has a bunch in mind and will decide at the moment, unlike her previous child who had gone months without a solidified moniker.
“I have a handful of names I like now and when I look at him I believe I’ll know which one,” she told the fan that had asked her about the naming process for this particular child and how it differs from past experiences.