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Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom Expecting?

Is Khloe aglowy?

Last night, Lamar Odom came off the bench and contributed 10 important points to help his Los Angeles Lakers score a big victory over the Boston Celtics in what just might be a preview of this year’s NBA championship. (There. I feel much better having written that sport-o opening sentence given that the rest of this post will be celebrity-baby-hump speculation.) Did the 7-footer have a little extra hop because he’ll soon be a pop? Did he pour in double figures because he’s about to be a father figure? Is wife Khloe aglowy?

All signs seem to point to yes. But it’s not a potential pregnancy I find shocking.

It’s the shopping spree that accompanied it. According to the Examiner:

Khloe Kardashian,26, has been reported to have been on a major shopping spree buying top of the line baby supplies at some of the most posh baby boutiques in Los Angeles. In Touch revelaed that the famous Kardashian spent over $16,000 on baby supplies recently.

Sixteen bingos? Um, you go girl. Kinda makes you wonder if she’s pregnant with a 16-year-old who’ll need a reliable set of wheels immediately upon his emergence from the womb. You know. To roll around with his homeys between feedings and all. I don’t know about you, but I think the shopping spree deserves a separate post of it’s own. For now, I’ll just relay that the Examiner article cited a source as saying that Khloe was “excited about everything she picked out.”

And why shouldn’t she be? Regardless of whether she spend 16 bucks or 16 grand, having a baby is a very exciting thing. I personally hope that the rumor is true. Khloe seems sweet to me. I bet she’d make a great mom.

And I’m also a Lakers fan. And the stability that a baby would give Lamar? I see that as a good influence on his game. (There. I feel much better having written that sport-o ending sentence given that the rest of this post was celebrity-baby-hump speculation.)

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