Kim Kardashian has finally shared the first photo of newborn daughter, Chicago West. Chicago is the third child for Kim and her husband, megastar rapper Kanye West, and the second daughter for the pair. She was born via surrogate earlier this year and we get our first glimpse of her through a Snapchat filter, where her siblings were just shared in normal photos. North and Saint, her older siblings, are four and two respectively and Kim has spoken about their excitement at having a little sister to play with. In the snap, Chicago can be seen wearing a fluffy onesie and bib with little bear ears and a nose on her face from the filter Kim used.
💗 baby Chicago 💗 pic.twitter.com/tZJZeuTZ0R— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) February 26, 2018
So far on social media, Kim has been nicknaming the new baby 'Chi' as she was named after Kanye's home town which is often shortened to Chi-Town by the residents. Her social media post comes as her sister Kylie starts to get back into the swing of posting after a hiatus during her own secretive pregnancy. Kylie dropped off the showbiz radar for nine months before bouncng back onto Instagram and Snapchat with a vengeance to share photos of baby Stormi Webster with her tiny hand wrapped around Kylie's finger, aww. Earlier this week she posted on Twitter that she spent a whole day just staring at her daughter, admitting that she looks just like Kylie as a baby and then this weekend we were treated to more snaps of Kylie's orange acrylics wrapped around Stormi's little feet, captioned with 'Mommy’s cute little toes.'
It's set to be a big year for the Kardashians, with two of the sisters having children within months of each other and a third expecting later this year. Khloe is pregnant with her first child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson and the pair are reported to be having a son and choosing to live between Los Angeles and Ohio, where Tristan plays basketball for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Kim has spoken about the kind of mother she tries to be for her growing brood, and said that she won't go on her phone when she's having family time in the mornings and nights with them: "Like story time at night, in the mornings getting ready, I just don’t have my phone. Obviously, that is what’s going to come with their lives and I can’t imagine what it’s like growing up in a world with social media as a young teenager. I want my kids to see the separation and to feel the difference and know that there is a time and a place for that. So I’m really cautious when I’m at home with my phones and just being super present."