Rob Kardashian Admits He's Hoping for a Baby Boy as Opposed to a Girl

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He just wants the baby to be healthy. And have a penis. In a recently released clip for his new reality show, Rob & Chyna, Rob Kardashian revealed that he wants a boy. Badly. In the clip, Rob is chatting it up with Scott Disick and when the father of three asks the soon-to-be daddy what he's hoping for, Rob says "a boy" without skipping a beat. And while it's not always customary to say the sex you're hoping for, the reason behind Rob's wish is pretty damn sweet. 



In addition to "wanting to carry on his name," Rob also is hoping to have a relationship like he did with his late father with his son. "Definitely hoping for a boy because I want to have the same relationship that I had with my father with my son," he confessed. "So, that's what I'm praying for." Awww. Rob also told People recently, "I had a really close bond with my dad. I was only with him for 15 years. That's why I'm looking forward to having that long-term bond with my child and being funny and goofy like my dad was." So sweet. 

Gotta love Scott joking about the fact that no one will ever "remember Kim Kardashian" if Rob can't carry on the family name with a son. 

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It sounds like Rob will be crazy excited if Blac Chyna winds up giving birth to a son, but he'll of course be over the moon if it's a girl, as well. Having a child -- no matter the sex or what you were hoping for -- is always incredible. And from the sound of things, he's going to be a great dad who tries to carry on all the wonderful things his father did for him when he was younger. 

Rob's bride-to-be may be hoping for a girl though, as she already has a son with Tyga. So it will be interesting to see the couple's reactions when they find out the sex -- which will probably televised, of course. 

Congrats to the happy couple and here's to hoping the baby is happy and healthy, regardless of the sex. And here's to Rob keeping the spirit of his father alive when he becomes a dad himself. 


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