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Kylie Jenner Celebrates Major Life Changing Milestone

Kylie Jenner Celebrates Major Life Changing Milestone

This year, just in time for the Super Bowl LIII and a day after Stormi turned one, the youngest Keeping Up with the Kardashians sister chose to stir up the rumor mill once again.

"Baby #2?" Jenner, 21, captioned the sweet photo.

Alas, it doesn't seem like that's in the cards - yet.

When asked in the comments if she was pregnant with a second child, Jenner responded, "no lol".

The sentimental post continued with her sharing her biggest wish for her daughter, as she said: "I know you won't remember much about the first year of your life but i pray that you'll never forget to keep sharing your joy and laughter with the world".

Mom Kylie shared an extensive slide show of adorable snaps of Stormi over the past year, and Aunt Kendall revealed her nickname for her niece in a heartfelt shout-out on social media.

Instead of a fun day outside, Kylie Jenner hosted a more intimate birthday party and shared that "all her cousins, everybody who loves her is here".

The couple just celebrated the first birthday of their daughter, Stormi, together Friday. Kardashian wrote in the photo's caption.

'I wish you could stay this little forever and I could protect that contagious smile and laugh of yours.

It's not the first time she's teased her fans.

It has left fans wondering if baby Stormi may have a new sibling sometime soon.

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