Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's first child is already giving off rock-star energy. Just a few days after Kardashian announced she's pregnant at her husband's Blink-182 concert at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles on 16 June by holding up a handwritten sign that read "Travis I'm Pregnant" (an exciting moment that POPSUGAR was there to witness), the Lemme founder and Barker revealed the sex of their baby with an actual drumroll.
On 24 June, the couple shared a video on Instagram revealing they're expecting a boy. In the video, Kardashian wore a white bodysuit over black leggings and sat on her husband's lap behind his drums. "Is our pyro guy ready?" Barker asked his wife in the video. "I don't know what's happening, whatever you guys had planned," she replied.
From there, Barker began a drumroll that culminated with an explosion of blue streamers. The clearly emotional couple then wrapped their arms around one another as a crowd just out of frame cheered.
After her initial pregnancy announcement, Kardashian doubled down on sharing the exciting news by posting a video of herself with the sign on Instagram. Her sister Kim Kardashian — whom she's been feuding with on currently airing episodes of "The Kardashians" — was among the top comments, posting a pregnant-woman emoji and some other happy faces.
Barker and Kardashian were married in 2022. She shares three children — daughter Penelope and sons Mason and Reign — with ex Scott Disick. Barker is already the dad of three, as well. He shares stepdaughter Atiana, daughter Alabama, and son Landon with his ex-wife Shanna Moakler.
Kardashian and Barker had been very open about their journey with IVF in previous years. The couple documented their attempts to get pregnant on "The Kardashians," with the former ultimately announcing last autumn that she was "for now done with IVF" due to the "toll on my health and my — just even mentally — the hormones, the medication." Ultimately, of getting pregnant, Kardashian Barker said, "I feel truly, like if it's meant to be, it'll happen."