Kylie Jenner on the “pressure” she felt choosing her son’s name at birth, questioning him “right after.”

Kylie Jenner breaks down the moment she realized her little boy’s call and then changed it.

On this week’s episode of The Kardashians, the 25-year-old makeup tycoon sat down with mom Kris Jenner and mentioned whether she and boyfriend Travis Scott, who the couple was set to start dating, were officially discussing a new name for their 7-month-old Son set had named Wolf.

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“I suppose we recognize his job name,” Kylie told Kris. “I mean, I won’t announce it just yet because God forbid we trade it again.”

“It hasn’t been legally changed, though,” she explained in a confessional. “Travis just changes his call a few more times.

He’ll come down and say, “I practically like that name.” And then he will call him that for the day. And I’m like we can’t do this again.”

“I’m waiting for him to just call himself,” she joked. The Kylie Cosmetics founder, who also has 4-12-month-old daughter Stormi with Scott in store, addressed the “pressure” she faced to give you a name for her son after his birth.

“We didn’t actually have a call. I really thought it would come to us while we were seeing him and it didn’t,” Kylie told her mom. “And 24 hours before we had to sign the birth certificates, otherwise they just checked him in with no name and he wouldn’t get Social Security and all, so I felt strained to choose the name.”

Kylie said that first of all, her sister Khloé Kardashian was the only one who released the name Wolf the day before signing the birth certificates.

“I appreciated it [initials] WW, so we just put Wolf Webster in that moment. R

After I signed the birth certificate I was like what have I done?” shared Kylie. “It’s part of his story, but his name has changed.” While it took Kylie some time to come up with a name, Kris explained in a confessional that she “knew my children’s names before they were born,” and shared how she got here with each of the nicknames.

“I loved the name Kourtney and then I think putting a K on it could be really exciting.

Then Kim, Christmas is my favorite day of the year and I love the name Noelle so maybe that was her name but Koelle sounded really bizarre so it became Kimberly Noelle,” she said.

“And then Khloé, I loved Chloe, the fashion designer, and then I tried Khloé with a K and that turned out really appropriate too.”

“Kendall becomes Kennedy or Cameron with a K and Kylie, Kylie! Eventually you just run out of K-names, I mean honestly,” she said.

“Robert is Robert George Kardashian, no I’m sorry Robert Arthur Kardashian, I don’t even recognize my child’s name,” she said, amused. “Can all people keep up?”

Kylie last roughly spoke her son’s name in advance this month during an appearance on The Late Late Show.

“We haven’t officially changed the call legally,” Kylie said. “His name is still Wolf. His passport is Wolf, but that won’t be his name. We’re just waiting.”

She introduced that although her son’s name hasn’t been officially changed yet, “We don’t call him Wolf” — to which Corden replied, “Well, what do you call him?”

“You know…” said Kylie coyly, leading lady on the overdue night in comics history, “Well, that’s not a big name now. You can’t call him “You know.” ”

Kylie then admitted there’s a name, but “we’re just not designed for percent anymore, but.”

New episodes of The Kardashians air every Thursday on Hulu.

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