“We were looking at names and we were just writing it down and I don’t know … I saw Lesley and I’m like, ‘No, not Lesley’ It’s kinda weird. We just put different words together, letters together,” he said. “We wanted to keep Lee in there ’cause [of our daughter] Novalee, so we just played around with it and then [got] Tezlee. I sent Cate a whole list of different names, of ones that I looked at, saw or kind of combined myself and she took that one!”
Catelynn and Tyler have gone through this process twice before, once with three-year-old Novalee and for the first time with nine-year-old Carly, who they placed for adoption. This time around, Tyler didn’t hold back discussing Catelynn’s third pregnancy.
“It’s flying by like crazy. She’s already in her third trimester, so almost six and a half months. It’s just crazy,” Tyler said. “But this pregnancy’s just been smooth. Everything’s been smooth, all the doctor’s appointments are great. Everything’s been A-OK this whole time. It’s a lot smoother than we expected, especially after the miscarriage, we didn’t know exactly how that would affect anything. Would it affect anything? What happens? Do we have to take any extra precautions because of that during this one? Everything’s been going great.”
I think you’re the only who thinks so hahaha ? but we love it & can’t wait to meet her ? https://t.co/jjnvNuA3Vq— Tyler Baltierra (@TylerBaltierra) December 4, 2018
Thankfully, Catelynn and Tyler are both doing well and are excited for their third daughter, no matter how strange the name, to join them in March.