Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Have A Baby Girlby Pearls Hilton 1 year ago
Upstanding American Icon Scott Disick and the mother of his legendary son Mason are proud parents to a newborn baby girl. Kourtney Kardashian gave birth to Penelope Scotland Disick, who weighed 7 lbs, 14 oz, early Sunday morning in LA.
I’m fairly confident that the Disick/Kardashian brood is officially the best looking, best dressed, and clearly most frat/srat in all of Hollywood. First of all, Kourtney Kardashian is by far my favorite out of any of her sisters, mainly because she actually went to college, hasn’t made a sex tape, and has impeccable taste in men. Scott Disick, as Roger Dorn has previously mentioned, is a TFM personified. I think every chapter in America already has a bid written for Mason Dash Disick. It only makes sense that a little girl is added into the mix to create the modern day image of the American Dream.
Not only has this little girl hit the genetic jackpot, but she’s obviously going to be swaddled in blankets of the finest satin and will be pooping in diapers made from dollar bills. Chances are her first words will be, “Amex”. TSM.
I was going to make a snide remark about her name, until I realized that the likelihood of her being called Penny is far greater than that of her being referred to as Penelope. I much prefer the adorable moniker, and I can actually envision her name as part of some trendy couture line geared towards LA teens.
I think the most important aspect of this scenario is the fact that Scott Disick is now a father to a daughter, who will inevitably be the hot younger sister of his son. Congratulations Scott, you’re going to spend the next 25 years fending off suitors left and right, all while being extremely intimidating, domineering, and impeccably dressed.
I feel like there may be some hope for reality television after all, because “Dealing With Daddy Disick” is one show we all would tune in to watch.
- [image via Zimbio]
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