By Isabel Jones
Nov 21, 2017 @ 3:30 pm
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Last Wednesday, Kris Jenner posted one of her many kid-centric Instagram posts—nothing particularly noteworthy or unusual (or so we thought) …

The 62-year-old momager took to the social media platform to share a photo of pajama sets sent to her from Burt’s Bees Baby. “Thank you so much #burtsbeesbaby @burtsbeesbaby #bbbfamjams for the most amazing collection of family jammies ever and i am obsessed with the plaid !!!!! Can’t wait to cuddle up with the kids #holidayseason thank you for a collection for every one of my grandchildren :heart: #blessed #gratefulthanks for the idea @oprah !!” Jenner captioned the photo.

While her message may seem straightforward, take a look at the photo:

Kris Jenner says she “can’t wait to cuddle” with “every one” of her grandchildren in the caption—of which she has six: Mason, 7, Penelope, 5, North, 4, Reign, 2, Saint, 23-months, and Dream, 1. HOWEVER, there are NINE pairs of pajamas in this photo. Each set of PJs has a nametag—in the photo, five of the sets visibly bear the name of one of Kris’s grandchildren: Saint, Reign, Penelope, Dream, and Mason. Assuming one of the hidden tags reads “North,” that leaves three pairs of mysterious pajama sets.

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If you recall, three of the KarJenners are expecting babies early next year (Kim Kardashian West via a surrogate, Khloé Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner)—notably, the latter two have yet to personally confirm their pregnancies. Sooo … do the three remaining pajama sets belong to the unborn KarJenner babies??? Instagram seems to think so—users flooded Kris’s comments section with theories about the extra three sets:


In perhaps the most interesting turn, despite the many comments calling out the KarJenner babies, Kris has yet to re-word her caption or make a comment addressing the theories.