Kylie Jenner Shares Sweet Photos From Travis Scott + Stormi Webster’s Aquarium Visit
Kylie Jenner and daughter Stormi Webster are on the road with Travis Scott, but the little trio is finding plenty of time for family outings.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recently shared photos on Snapchat of the "SICKO MODE" rapper holding his baby girl while visiting an aquarium in Denver, Colorado. The pictures show doting dad Scott, 26, showing is 10-month-old daughter all the fish in the facility. One particularly precious picture showed the musician with his face pressed against Webster's cheek as she stared at an exhibit, completely mesmerized.
She also posted a photo of herself holding her daughter, who sported a monochromatic pink outfit and matching beaning during the outing. Jenner, 21, can be seen pointing out fish to Webster in the picture.
Jenner, Webster and Scott are currently traveling around the country on his Astroworld tour, but they've got big plans for afterward. A source close to the couple told ET Online they're considering expanding they're family once the tour concludes in late December.
"Kylie and Travis are going to wait until he's finished his tour before trying for another baby," the insider alleged. "They want to have another child soon so it's close in age to Stormi, but they do not want to do this while he's busy on the road."
Jenner reportedly wants to get pregnant at the same time as big sister Khloe Kardashian again. The pair were pregnant for a portion of the same time with their first children and would like to do it again, though it's unclear whether Kardashian, 34, and boyfriend Tristan Thompson will be having more kids together.
"Kylie and Khloe would love to be pregnant together again. And it seems like the timing could work out that way," the source said. "It was a real bonding experience for them, but more importantly, it's been amazing for their daughters to be so close in age. There are so many kids/grandkids in that family that's really where the family's attention is. It's all about the next generation."