Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have yet to choose a name for their baby girl, but they are reportedly close to deciding.
One source told People magazine that Kardashian and West haven't picked a name for their baby, born Saturday, June 15 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood. But another source added the new parents are getting close to making a final decision.
"Kim is being very protective of the baby and she says there is no official name," the first source added.
Larsa Pippen, wife of Scottie Pippen and a close friend of the reality starlet, told E! News she has been offering Kardashian name suggestions that start with the letter "K" (a hint the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star previously gave family and friends). "We kind of went back and forth and the name that I wanted, [Kim] didn't love," she said.
InTouch suggests the 32-year-old and her "Yeezus" beau have been struggling over a name.
"North is at the top of the list of names. They're not totally sure about it. Kanye loves it, Kim is okay with it," a supposed insider told the tabloid. “The family doesn’t like it [the name]. They're going to decide by today [Tuesday].”
Khloe Kardashian previously tweeted that more information, such as the baby's name, will "come when the time is right." Although West probably won't want too much info getting out, since "this isn't America's baby."
Name or no name, Kardashian and West are both basking in the glow of parenthood. Pippen told E! News the first-time mama is doing great, feeling good and "so excited" about her bundle of joy. The proud papa is the same.
"Yeah he was there [at the hospital]," she said. "He's so cute. He doesn't leave the room. He's, like, in love with the baby. It's so cute."