Kendra Wilkinson and her husband Hank Baskett have a name for their baby girl. And it is Alijah Mary Baskett.
May 19th was the date when the name of the baby was recorded on her birth certificate. And it was Alijah Mary Baskett. This is none other than the newly born daughter of Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett.
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Alijah was born in LA on May 16th at 8:02 A.M. The father, Hank Baskett, said that his happiness knew no bounds and that he felt absolutely great about having a baby daughter. And he also mentioned the fact that the baby had all ten fingers and ten toes.
"I feel great and I am so happy," Baskett told US Weekly, adding that the baby was "healthy with all 10 fingers and all 10 toes."
Baskett also tweeted stuff on Twitter. He expressed his gratitude to the well-wishers and thanked them profusely for the felicitations they had given him and his wife.
Thank you to all the congrats & well wishes y'all have sent! Been a busy cpl of days but happy to say both my ladies are home & doing great!— Hank Baskett (@TheHankBaskett) May 20, 2014
He spoke of how both his ladies were at home relaxing. As for the meaning of the name Alijah, it stands for “The Lord is my God”. Hank and Kendra already have a four year old son named Hank IV.
Way back when she was newly pregnant, Kendra had said “Round Two! Here we go!” And she had also taken selfies of herself with a positive pregnancy test and baby bump and posted them on Twitter.
Later on in mid-pregnancy period, the couple revealed that they were having a girl. Hank is especially a very happy man with Alijah in his life.
It is common knowledge that daughters are extra special for fathers. And fathers do what they can for their daughters in life as far as protection and security needs are concerned.
A daughter when she later on becomes a full-fledged woman will take a father-substitute in the form of a husband. And she will identify with her mother by becoming a wife to her husband. At least that is the theory of normal growing up as preached by Sigmund Freud. The rest is just commentary.