Fans Are Convinced *This* Is What Kylie Jenner Is Naming Her Baby Girl

Like, actually convinced.

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ICYMI: Kylie Jenner confirmed the much-anticipated news (opens in new tab) of her pregnancy on Super Bowl Sunday (opens in new tab), and fans are already taking guesses on what her and boyfriend Travis Scott are naming their baby. So, what will the 20-year-old name her first child? Fans are convinced Jenner will name the child "Butterfly" after a series of clues she's posted throughout the last nine months.

In the 11-minute video Jenner posted (opens in new tab) when she announced the birth (opens in new tab) of her baby girl, Jenner is seen wearing a butterfly necklace. The video also shows a glimpse of the baby's nursery complete with butterflies on the walls.

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You don't think it's much, but then you also remember Jenner and Scott, the father of her child, also got matching butterfly tattoos (opens in new tab) back in June. Fans attributed the tattoo to Scott's new song at the time, "Butterfly Effect," but it could have a deeper meaning for the pair.

Jenner then posted an Instagram in November, six months pregnant, donning pink diamond butterfly rings throughout her hands.

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Convinced yet? We imagine it will only be a matter of days before Jenner reveals her baby girl's name, who was officially born on February 1 weighing 8 lbs., 9 oz.

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