Kim Kardashian Studies For Bar Exam as Her Newborn in Sleeping

Kim Kardashian

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Kim Kardashian might have just given a major hint about her new baby boy's name.

It's hard to envision Kim Kardashian being hitched to anybody yet Kanye West. "The couple is enjoying this special moment as a family and taking the time to fully embrace each new moment that comes with this new chapter".

Kim and husband Kanye West were present for the birth of their baby boy last Thursday.

Kim Kardashian West dedicated a sweet post to Kanye West ahead of their fifth wedding anniversary. " She and West, 41, also share daughters Chicago, 15 months, and North, plus son Saint, 3". "She created this collection inspired by the look I created for her wedding", he wrote.

"There were definitely points where Kim was nervous - four kids is a lot!" the source said. "I love the idea that the memories from one of the happiest days of my life are celebrated in this collection." .

Kanye likes to drop the children off to school whenever he is free.

It was recently revealed Kim released 17 inmates in the space of 90 days after sharing her commitment to prison reform.

When Kim appeared on Jimmy Kimmel in April, she admitted naming her baby after her brother was an option.

"She has a bit of a lighter schedule right now so she can bond with her baby", the source explained to PEOPLE. And Kanye loves the energy of having a newborn. Despite the challenges that come with raising four children, sources close to the couple have revealed how the two celebrities have found a way to make it work as a "team".

But that didn't stop Kim Kardashian from hitting the books on Wednesday, studying for her bar exam "while the babe is sleeping" according to her Instagram Stories.

But earlier this week, there was a totally different theory going around the internet that she'd named the baby Bear.

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