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Kylie Jenner Gives Fans A Glimpse Of Her Son's Nursery—See The Newborn's Impressive Sneaker Collection And $9K Teddy Bear!

Her 4-year-old daughter Stormi is in the video showing off her baby brother's room.

Kylie Jenner gave fans a glimpse into her pregnancy in a 10-minute YouTube video titled, “To Our Son.” Jenner and boyfriend Travis Scott welcomed their second child, Wolf, on Feb. 2.

In the video, their adorable 4-year-old daughter Stormi gives a tour of the nursery.  "Look at the baby's room," she says in the YouTube video opening the door into her baby brother’s bedroom and beelined to the bookshelf, which featured toys, stuffed animals, and board books. As the little one walked around the space, Jenner panned over a nursing chair, a changing table, and a crib.

(Photo: Kylie Jenner YouTube)

 In the video released Monday, the 24-year-old revealed her newborn son’s giraffe-themed baby shower and shared a tour of his neutral-hued nursery. Including a sneaker collection filled with Air Jordan's from dad, Travis Scott's collaboration along with Off-White Air Jordan's, and pair of rare Nike Airmax sneakers. 

(Photo: Kylie Jenner YouTube)

The Kylie Cosmetics creator has yet to share her infant’s face with her Instagram followers, however, she shared that they have changed his name.

Related: Kylie Jenner Says She And Travis Scott Have Changed The Name Of Their Son Wolf

(Photo: Kylie Jenner YouTube)

Their newborn also has a rare $9K Louis Vuitton monogram teddy bear which is no longer available in stores. Originally released during Louis Vuitton’s fall 2004 menswear show, the bear is now only available on resale sites starting at $20K.  

(Photo: Kylie Jenner YouTube)

See the full video below. 

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