Spencer Pratt wants his son to sign up to social media as soon as he arrives on the planet and has confessed the couple have already had to ''ditch a couple names'' for their baby boy as the Twitter handles weren't available.
Spencer Pratt wants his child to sign up to social media as soon as he's born.
The 34-year-old television personality is expecting his first child with his wife Heidi Pratt and he is adamant the little one will be learning how to use Instagram and Snapchat as soon as he can.
Speaking on the Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss podcast, he said: ''This kid will have an iPhone at birth. I'm gonna teach this kid how to Snap when they're born, like, 'Put your finger here.' You walk around, everybody's making their own content all day long.
''We live in a new world where everyone's a fame w***e, so I'm happy to let him be at an advanced level. I would just like my baby to be a professional content maker.''
Spencer also confessed the couple have had to ''ditch a couple names'' for their impending arrival as the social media handles weren't available.
Meanwhile, Heidi previously revealed her and Spencer are already talking about having a second child.
She said: ''We'll wait for a girl [to paint the room pink] ... You know, it took me a lot of years to convince Spencer to have baby number one. So, I'm just trying to put it out there. It's not anytime soon, but you gotta work on these things is what I've learned.''
And Spencer feels he is ''way over his head'' when it comes to getting ready for the baby.
He admitted: ''I'm definitely in way over my head here. I'm glad Heidi's pretending that she's not!''
Whilst Heidi added: ''We've been moving so much, and I haven't had the chance to even do the nursery. I have no idea what I need, and the baby registry and the baby shower ... so, I definitely need the next few months to prepare.''
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