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Kylie Jenner celebrates first Valentine's Day as a mom and 'is in a really good place right now'

Kylie Jenner is celebrating her first holiday with her and Travis Scott's newborn daughter Stormi and she couldn't be happier.


Brittany King


This year, Valentine's Day is extra special for Kylie Jenner. 

 

The 20-year-old Kylie Cosmetics mogul, who welcomed daughter Stormi on Feb. 1. with Travis Scott, is slowly reemerging back into the public eye all the while enjoying her downtime with her newborn baby.

 

Jenner is "happy she can slowly emerge into the public again," a source tells E! News. "Kylie is in a really good place right now, and is loving being a mom."

I understand youre used to me bringing you along on all my journeys. My pregnancy was one I chose not to do in front of the world.

If you were worried that she and Scott were on the outs, don't be. The outlet reports that the birth of their daughter has brought them even closer together. 

 

"Her relationship with Travis has made huge strides since having baby Stormi, and they are back in a good place," the outlet's source claims. "Travis has been staying overnight at Kylie's several times a week when he is not working or out of town and has also been giving Kylie her time to bond with the baby alone."

 

"Kylie is like a new person now; every move and every decision she makes, she takes Stormi into consideration," the insider adds. "She is obsessed with her baby and the focus is all on Stormi." 

 

No. Scott and the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star are not engaged. 

 

"Kylie is not engaged. However that ring she has been wearing is from Travis," the source revealed. "He gave it to her when she was first pregnant, and it has several emerald-cut diamonds. They are in no rush to get married or even engaged, and Stormi is their only priority right now."

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