Aire, Kylie Jenner’s 17-month-old son, is on the move!
On Thursday, the mother of two delightedly shared an adorable snapshot featuring her son. In the picture, Aire stood confidently in front of a black car, dressed in a red and white checked jacket paired with mustard yellow pants and sneakers.
The snapshot was part of a carousel of photos that Jenner, 25, captioned as “recents.” The carousel also included images of her beloved pets and a new photo of Aire alongside his older sister Stormi, 5.
In the cute photo, the siblings walked side by side, with Stormi wearing a white tank top and denim shorts while carrying a blue soccer ball.
Jenner shares Stormi and Aire with her rapper ex Travis Scott, who recently attended Michael Rubin’s Fourth of July white party along with Jenner’s sisters Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian.
E! News reported last month that Jenner shared a clip on her Instagram Story, showcasing Aire sitting in a highchair with a bib. In the video, Aire attempted to drink from a green water bottle without using his hands, but his technique didn’t go exactly as planned, and the bottle ended up tipping over his lap.
Amidst laughter, Jenner playfully said, “Excuse me,” to her son while someone off-screen quickly grabbed the bottle before it fully tipped over.
Last month, Jenner officially changed her baby boy’s name from Wolf Jacques Webster to Aire Webster, as per court documents obtained by SurgeZirc. The name change occurred 16 months after Aire’s birth.
Initially, Jenner and Scott had named their second child Wolf after his arrival on February 2, 2022, but the name didn’t stick.
In an Instagram Story the following month, Jenner explained, “We just really didn’t feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.”
In January, she revealed her son’s new name for the first time in the caption of an Instagram post: “AIRE 🤍.” According to a source, the name Aire signifies “Lion of God.”
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