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Kourtney's Baby's Name Will Be 'Plain and Simple', Claims Kim Kardashian

October 17, 2009 (3:22 am) GMT
Kim says Kourtney has not yet decided on a name for her upcoming baby boy, but she claims her very pregnant sister will choose the one that is "plain and simple".

While remains mum on what she will call her upcoming baby boy, her sister dished to Us Weekly that her pregnant sister would pick "plain and simple" name for her infant. "I feel like she'll know what she wants when she sees it, so we keep on giving her suggestions and ideas, but nothing's sticking so far," said the younger Kardashian at a launch party for New InFatuation Lip Gloss in Beverly Hills Thursday, October 15.

Kim, furthermore, gushed how Kourtney will ask her sisters about what should she name her child, only to ignore their suggestions at the end and come up with her own choice. Though so, the 's girlfriend won't blame Kourtney for not taking into account 's baby name suggestions. "Khloe said some really stupid names that were really weird and ... they're just weird," revealed Kim.

Kourtney Kardashian is due to give birth to the baby she is carrying on Christmas. The baby's father is her boyfriend Scott Disick. The parents-to-be haven't hinted on wedding plans just yet despite the fact that their first child is about to be born.

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