Name: Hank Randall Baskett IV
Parents: Kendra Wilkinson & Hank Baskett
Date of Birth: December 11, 2009
- Baby Hank was born in Carmel, Indiana where his father was stationed as a wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts.
- He was born at 12:37 a.m. by caesarian section
- Hank IV weighed 9 lbs & 5 ounces at birth
- He measured 22 inches long
- Hank’s projected due date was December 12
“We’ve already decided to name our son Hank Baskett IV. Hank’s dad and his grandfather were both named Hank, so it was very important to us to carry on the family tradition.” – Kendra on choosing her son’s name before he was born.
“We are all healthy and incredibly happy and can’t wait to spend every moment with little Hank.” – Kendra on the birth of her first born son.
“Parenthood is one of the wildest and most exciting things ever. Every day is a new surprise – I love it! I never knew being a mom could be this fun. It feels like every moment I spend with my son is better than the last. I never imagined that I could love anything this much, and lil Hank hasn’t even started talking yet lolol. Imagine when he says “Mommy”. Oh my god I’ll just die. Being a parent is seriously the best!” – Kendra on life as a new mom.
“The baby is so driven. He’s already so independent. He makes sure that he’s so strong. He’s such a little boy. He loves to explore already.” – Kendra on her 7-month-old son’s growth.
“AAHHHHH!!!!!! BABY HANK JUST TOOK HIS FIRST STEPS!!!! 5 IN A ROW!!!! so proud and happy!!!!” – proud mama Kendra on watching her son take his first steps.
“The other night he said his ABC! He is a sponge right now he is learning so much and we love to piggy back on that and we love to teach him. Right now we know he is a sponge and we are just throwing stuff at him as much as we can for him to learn. He is the smartest kid, he can put together a five-piece puzzle right now. His concentration is amazing I can’t believe that when we are filming he can just sit down and put together a five piece puzzle so quickly, he has great concentration.” – Kendra on her sweet son’s cognitive development.