By Karley Kemble

If you thought you were going to have to wait awhile for Kylie Jenner to announce her new celebrity baby’s name, you’re in for a real treat! In the latest celebrity news, Jenner took her big reveal to social media on Tuesday night, reports UsMagazine.com. Accompanying the precious post was a simple caption: “Stormi Webster” with an angel emoij. The Kardashian and Jenner families are known for their unique baby names, and Twitter users were certainly quick to come up with puns related to the newest celebrity baby. One user wrote “Somebody just said: It will be Stormi with the chance of Reign in the North of Chicago. I said: wait what[?] They replied with: it was a Dream.” Too funny! We can’t wait for more news about Stormi Webster!

This celebrity baby’s name was highly anticipated. What are some ways to honor your family’s heritage when it comes to naming your child?

Cupid’s Advice:

It’s an awesome idea to pay homage to your relatives when naming your new generation. Cupid has some ideas for you:

1. Use a maiden name: Maiden names make beautiful first names! If your maiden name is too masculine or feminine, use a variation that fits your style. Nicholson or Nicholas can easily become Nicole, Michaels can become Michaela. The possibilities are endless, you just have to get creative!

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2. Middle names matter: If you are set on a first name that has no relation to your family, consider tying your child’s middle name in! You can use the same middle name as a parent, grandparent, or even great-grandparent, or even use their first name. That way, there is a direct familial connection, which will certainly be appreciated.

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3. Use a combo: Perhaps you want your child to have connections to both sides of the family. This can be done a variety of ways. You can combine two names as a hybrid first name, use one as a first and another as a second, or put a hyphen between the two! No feelings will be hurt when you make a clear effort to bring together both families!

We want to know: how did you honor your family’s heritage? Share below!