CATELYNN Lowell has dropped a cheeky hint about the name of her unborn fourth daughter.
The Teen Mom OG star shared a sweet photo of her daughter Novalee, six, posing with a cryptic sign.
Novalee's sign read, "Hello, my name is" and then shared a name beginning with "G" and ending in "a" with the middle portion blacked out.
Catelynn shared the teasing post on her Instagram Stories with the caption, "Baby name reveal" and a pink heart emoji.
The reality star and her husband Tyler Baltierra are already parents to Novalee, Vaeda, two, and Carly, 12 – who they placed for adoption when she was a baby.
Catelynn announced her pregnancy in February, sharing a photo of Novalee and Vaeda holding a sign reading: "27 weeks until I become a big sister."
The TV personality captioned her post: "This rainbow was worth the storm. Baby Baltierra coming soon."
A day later, the MTV alum said they are having a baby girl and insisted they're not disappointed about not having a boy.
She told Celebuzz: "Although Tyler’s been vocal about wanting a boy he’s not disappointed at all.
"His reaction was, 'Well I guess I’m not gonna get a boy' -LOL. All in all we are just excited to be completing our family regardless of the gender."
"We just can't wait to meet the little girl!"
Meanwhile, there may be worries in store for Catelynn and Tyler in regards to their first child Carly.
Teen Mom reunion host Dr. Drew claimed that Carly's adoptive parents Brandon and Teresa are limiting her relationship with Catelynn because they don't want the 12-year-old to be in the limelight.
Dr. Drew said in an interview with Heather McDonald of the Juicy Scoop YouTube show: "I think [Carly’s parents] are sort of closing down access because they don’t want the cameras and they don’t want to be part of the story."
Catelynn and Tyler placed Carly for adoption when they were in high school and shared their story on 16 & Pregnant.
The couple recently reunited with Carly after not seeing the preteen for two years because of the pandemic.
Catelynn and Tyler's adoption counselor, Dawn Baker, shared a photo with them and wrote: "Such a fun-filled weekend with a few of my favorite people. #12yearvisit #openadoption #love."
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