Blac Chyna shares Dream Kardashian’s first Instagram post

Dream Kardashian joins Twitter and Instagram

Baby’s first social media post! Dream Kardashian is the newest addition to the Kardashian-Jenner clan and of course the newborn didn’t waste any time keeping up with her social media-savvy family members. Blac Chyna and her fiancé Rob Kardashian have been gushing over their baby girl on social media since her birth on Thursday and the new mom shared Dream’s first-ever post on her very own Twitter and Instagram account on Saturday.

Blac Chyna shared Dream Kardashian’s first-ever tweet and Instagram, which included an intimate shot of her breastfeeding her newborn daughter. In the photo, baby Dream snuggled up close to her mommy and latched onto her breast for feeding time.

“Morning it’s bonding time with mommy!” the photo’s caption read on Instagram.

Mommy Chyna, 28, and daddy Rob, 29, are in charge of running Dream’s social media, according to the bio section for both accounts. As of Friday afternoon, Dream had 219,000 followers on Instagram and 5,072 followers on Twitter.

This marks Chyna and Rob’s first child together—she also shares 4-year-old son King Cairo with her ex-fiance Tyga who is currently dating Rob’s younger sister Kylie Jenner. Rob and Chyna named their firstborn daughter Dream Renee Kardashian, and there’s a very special meaning behind the Kardashian heir’s name.

Mood Forever 😛@dream

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“Dream was Rob’s favorite name because it was always his dream to have a baby,” a source told Us Weekly. Mommy Chyna and baby Dream share the same middle name, as Chyna’s full real name is Angela Renee White.

Baby girl Kardashian was born in Los Angeles on November 10 at 9:10 a.m. PT at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center via C-section. The healthy baby girl was born with a full head of hair and weighed in at 7 lbs, 5 oz. and sources say she looks just like her daddy Rob.

The doting father has been sharing photos of his baby girl on social media and gushing over her since her birth, and he posted a side by-side photo of Dream next to his late father, attorney Robert Kardashian and pointed out the similarities in their features.

“She’s an exact copy. Pops sent us an angel. It’s truly a blessing,” Rob gushed in the caption on Instagram.

Photo credits: Rob Kardashian/Instagram, Blac Chyna Instagram


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  • Katelyn

    Holy moly, she really does look like her Grandpa!

  • twelfthnight

    I’m 110% pro-breastfeeding and fine with breastfeeding pictures (though I think it’s kind of odd to say “Hey, I have my boob out to feed my kid. This is a great time for a picture to share with the world!”) but this just seems attention seeking and skeevy as hell to me.

    • Emmy

      150% but I still agree. A picture from a happy and proud mother nursing is normal. People should get over seeing a bit of boob. I would never show an entire boob to my even restricted social media audience though, let alone the whole darn world. This is a ‘look how big my boobs are’ picture with a child as a prop.
      But hey, so many guys have seen her bare boobs, I guess it doesn’t matter to her anymore.

    • Ali.P

      I breastfed. I have a few pictures, some my husband took, some I took because it was something I want to look back on and have some captured memories of for the short time I did so. Not one picture made it onto the internet. I think it’s attention seeking and strange to post the pictures online. If that makes me “anti breastfeeding” to some then *shrug*.

    • sysmjp

      I think it’s helpful to encourage breastfeeding by showing pictures of it. It’s in no way a shameful thing that should be in the shadows. Looking back, I wish I had taken pictures of my child on the boob to encourage her to breastfeed when she has children of her own. She was so cute on there :). I am shocked Chyna is breastfeeding. She lives her life on the net and I hope her posting the pic will encourage her fan base to at least give breastfeeding a try.

      • Alisson Leech

        Black women historically breastfed. They even breastfed their owner’s babies.

        • sysmjp

          Is that supposed to indicate some primal urge to breastfeed? I am sure those that had owners didn’t have much say in the matter. I was referring to Ms. Chyna as a specific human being. Race is a social construct in case you hadn’t heard. There is no such thing as “black women”.

    • Ace

      Me too! I don’t care at all about people breastfeeding around me/in public etc, I just really, really don’t understand why once you have a baby you suddenly need to post photos of your boob on Facebook? If you want to take them for yourself, sure! But I don’t really care for seeing someone else’s boob, baby attached or not.

  • Alisson Leech

    That is one huge boob. Lol

  • Gracie Henderson

    Stop bleaching your skin BLACK China. You’ll never be KIM. Not like she is something to look up to.

  • DontSaveHer

    Her boob, her kid, her choice!

  • SciLife

    Cute, but why did Rob use a photo from a Google image search of his dad at the O.J. trial, sitting next to O.J.? He doesn’t have any personal photos, or he couldn’t use a photo that was less… weird?

  • Ellie

    Very beautiful baby, and I actually like the name. :)