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What Did “Teen Mom 2″ Star Leah Calvert Name Her Baby Girl?

leah and jeremyTeen Mom 2 star Leah Calvert’s hands are fuller than ever – and so is her heart!

Although she hasn’t officially announced the news herself, a number of sources have reported that she and husband Jeremy Calvert welcomed their new baby girl on February 4.  Now In Touch Weekly (as reported by Wetpaint) has revealed more details about the birth – including the littlest Calvert’s name!

A source tells the tabloid that the birth was a bit of a surprise for everyone. “Leah wasn’t due until March 11!” says the insider. That has the ring of truth; back in December, she mentioned that the baby was 3 pounds, which would suggest a later due date than early February.

The source also says that Leah underwent a C-section, and that there were some difficulties involved. Happily, all turned out well, and the new mom is home with her baby and her twin 3-year-old daughters.

So what did Jeremy and Leah name their little girl? According to the magazine, they followed the same-first-initial tradition favored by such other celebs as Bill Cosby (whose children all have E names) and the Duggar family (all Js).

Joining Aliannah and Aleeah: little Addalynn!

It’s not a name you see every day, but it is very similar to a name that’s gaining in popularity. The U.S. Social Security Administration reports that the name Adeline jumped up by 100 places from 2007 to 2011.

Addalynn might also be a combination of Ada (meaning “happy”) and Lynn (“waterfall” or “pool”).

Now that baby makes five, Leah is already making plans to take a big family vacation; she’s tweeted about the possibility of a Disney cruise. For her 21st birthday in April, the family will go to the circus. And she’ll almost certainly be there when her Teen Mom 2 friend Kailyn Lowry gets married later this year.

Congratulations again to Leah and her triple-A girls!

[Photo: via Twitter]

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