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Blac Chyna & Rob Kardashian Welcome Baby Girl With a Name We Never Dreamed Of

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian baby name

Congratulations are in order, as the Kardashian family just added its newest member! Blac Chyna and fiancé Rob Kardashian welcomed their baby girl shortly after noon Thursday. The couple gave their daughter a whimsical name that almost demands that she designs her own fragrance as soon as possible. 

Dream Renée Kardashian, whom sources say is "gorgeous and has tons of hair," was born via C-section and weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Chyna's real name is Angela Renée White, so it's nice to add a bit of tradition alongside such an avant-garde first name.

Though these two have had a whirlwind courtship and a bit of a tumultuous romance, it's great to see Rob so happy again. Sources told E! News Rob was "giddy excited" as he awaited the birth of his first child. Who could blame him? 

Chyna's mom, Tokyo Toni, was at the hospital to welcome her new grandchild. Naturally, momager and family matriarch Kris Jenner arrived too, with boyfriend Corey Gamble by her side. 

Rob has been vocal about admiring the way Chyna parents her 4-year-old son, King, whom she shares with her ex Tyga. We look forward to seeing the siblings grow up together -- alongside their Disick and West cousins. And this little lady will no doubt be dressed to the nines, if her famous aunts have anything to say about it! 

As it was, Chyna went to the hospital in style, bringing two big Louis Vuitton tote bags containing leopard-print blankets and sheets. Hey, an expectant mom deserves to be surrounded by things that make her most comfortable, right?  

Knowing this social media–loving family, we look forward to seeing photos of baby Dream very soon! 

Congratulations! 

Image via Xavier Collin/Image Press/Splash

Originally on CafeMom

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