Kylie Jenner Says Changing Son's Name Was 'Hardest Thing' She's Ever Done: 'Did I Make the Right Decision?'

The Khy founder opened up about changing her 21-month-old son's name

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Cass Bird for WSJ. Magazine.

Kylie Jenner is reflecting on a difficult decision as a mom.

In an interview with the WSJ. Magazine, Jenner, 26, talked about her new fashion line Khy and opened up about changing her son's name. When she welcomed her son in 2022, she gave him the name Wolf Jaques, however, Jenner later changed his name to Aire.

"That was the hardest thing I've ever done in my life," the mom of two tells the outlet. "I'm still like, 'Did I make the right decision?'"

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<p>Cass Bird for WSJ. Magazine.</p> Kylie Jenner

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Related: Kylie Jenner's Petition to Change Baby Son's Name Officially Granted

"The postpartum hit, and the hormones, and I couldn't even make a decision or think straight. And it just destroyed me. I could not name him. And I was like, 'I feel like a failure. I don't have a name for my son.'"

"So it took me a while. And then the longer I waited, the harder it was to name him."

As for co-parenting with ex Travis Scott, with whom she shares Aire and daughter Stormi, 5, Jenner says, "It's going...I think we're doing the best job that we can do."

After filing to change her now 20-month-old son's name in June, a judge ruled that Jenner's son's name could be changed from the previous name given to him at birth — Wolf Jacques Webster — in early October.

The Kylie Cosmetics founder appeared virtually in the hearing, with court documents obtained by PEOPLE saying she was sworn in and testified at the hearing.

<p>Cass Bird for WSJ. Magazine.</p> Kylie Jenner

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Scott did not appear, but was referenced in the documents. "The Court finds that the other parent was timely notified and has not filed an objection," the documents read. "There being no objections, the petition for change of name is granted."

Jenner first opened up about changing her son's name when she wrote on her Instagram Story in March 2022 that her second child "isn't Wolf anymore."

"We just really didn't feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere," Jenner wrote at the time, not clarifying if the middle name Jacques was axed as well.

The Kardashians star revealed her son’s new name for the first time in January in the caption of her Instagram post: "AIRE 🤍." A source told PEOPLE at the time that the moniker means "Lion of God."

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