Kailyn Lowry Reveals the Names of Her Twins and Says Her Family Is 'Complete': 'Everybody's Here'

The mom of seven is sharing the names of her twins for the first time after welcoming them late last year

<p>Kailyn Lowry/Instagram</p> Kailyn Lowry holds twins Verse and Valley in NICU

Kailyn Lowry/Instagram

Kailyn Lowry holds twins Verse and Valley in NICU
  • Kailyn Lowry and Elijah Scott welcomed twins last fall, joining son Rio

  • Lowry is also mom to sons Creed, Lux, Lincoln, and Isaac

  • The mom of seven, who was introduced to the world after documenting her pregnancy and new mom life with Isaac on 16 & Pregnant and later, Teen Mom, says her family is complete

Meet Kailyn Lowry's twins!

On Friday, the podcast host, 31, revealed the names of her twins born late last year in a beautiful new video giving glimpses at the infants shared on TikTok.

The video focuses on details, from the twins' little fingers and toes to the decor around their nursery. Then, the camera pans out and shows two cribs side-by-side. Each has a name blanket draped over its side, revealing Lowry and boyfriend Elijah Scott named their son Verse and their daughter Valley.

Lowry could be seen holding each of her babies, wrapped in their respective blankets, before showing off her own Mama blanket with all seven of her little ones' names on it.

"Complete. Whole. Everybody's here 🎀🌙☁️🩵 #kailandthechaos #kaillowry #twins," she captioned the video.

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Related: Kailyn Lowry Shares the First Look at Her Baby Girl as She Looks Back at NICU Experience with Her Twins

In a previous episode of her podcast Barely Famous, Lowry touched on how difficult it was to manage the time in the NICU with the rest of her children at home. In addition to the twins, Lowry and Scott share son Rio, 14 months. She is also mom to sons Creed, 3½, and Lux, 6½, with ex Chris Lopez, 10-year-old Lincoln with ex Javi Marroquin and 14-year-old son Isaac with ex Jo Rivera.

"For me, it was you couldn't be there with me in the NICU when I went," she told Scott, referring to the fact that they'd take turns, with one visiting the hospital while the other handled the other six children.

"She was away from her twin; we were away from her. When we were home, we still couldn't process it because there was so much going on here. Lincoln still had his basketball games and practices. Isaac still had his after-school stuff. Lux still had what he was doing," she continued.

<p>Kailyn Lowry Instagram </p> Lux Russell Lowry, Lincoln Marshall Marroquin, Creed Romello Lowry-Lopez, and Isaac Elliot Rivera.

Kailyn Lowry Instagram

Lux Russell Lowry, Lincoln Marshall Marroquin, Creed Romello Lowry-Lopez, and Isaac Elliot Rivera.

After some time, the couple were elated to be able to bring their baby girl home, though Lowry's worries didn't exactly end there.

"I think that there's a big difference between the twins in terms of, because she was in the NICU by herself for so long, for so many weeks, and he was home, she's more okay by herself ... whereas we were home with him and someone was always with him, holding him and all of that. Now that she's home, I feel like my bonding experience has been so much better."

On another episode of Barely Famous in November, Lowry celebrated feeling like her "family is complete."

"I won't have anything missing. I won't feel like, 'What if we had another one?' I'm excited to explore this motherhood journey in terms of privacy and putting out what I want to put out. I'm excited for that," she shared.

"I'm a little nervous about having four babies in one month. I don't know what birthday parties are going to look like, but I'm excited to see how this goes. Isaac is going to be driving before I know it, so it's just a bunch of milestones all at one time — lots of new beginnings and also closed chapters, I feel."

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