Dream Kardashian has joined Instagram in the cutest way.
Rob Kardashian and fiancée Blac Chyna's wasted no time securing an account for their little girl and yes, it is verified. And the first official exclusive photo? A pic of Blac Chyna breastfeeding Dream.
"Morning," the caption read. "it's bonding time with mommy!"
Blac Chyna also posted on her Snapchat Saturday a video of her pumping breast milk.
Like many moms who just gave birth, the glamour model appears to be supplementing with formula. Her 4-year-old son King Cairo was seen feeding his baby sister a pre-prepared bottle Friday.
Snapchat / Blac Chyna
Rob and Blac Chyna shared the first photo of baby Dream, which shows her wrapped in a blanket and wearing a cap given by the hospital, soon after her birth Thursday. The couple shared the pic on the child's Instagram page as its first photo.
As of Saturday morning, Dream already has more than 55,500 followers. She is following two people—her parents.
With her new account, which Rob and Blac Chyna are both running, Dream follows in the (tiny) footsteps of another celeb baby—Ice-T and Coco's daughter Chanel, who will turn 1 year old later this month.
Dream's brother does not have his own Instagram account but makes many appearances on the social media pages of both their mom and his dad, Blac Chyna's ex, Tyga.
Dream is Blac Chyna's second child and her first with Rob. The new dad is over the moon over his baby girl and gushed over her on his own Instagram page, where he has posted both photos and videos of his family, including a clip of his two favorite girls sleeping side by side on a hospital bed inside their luxurious, $5,800-per-night maternity suite.
Today was amazing, I am so lucky!!" he wrote. "Thank you @BlacChyna for having our baby and being so strong! I love you so much and can't wait to see her get older day by day with you Chy! I love you and Dream so much and appreciate both of you. I know everyone saying that's my twin but that's def your nose Chy lol."
Watch the Rob & Chyna Baby Special Sunday, December 18 at 8 p.m., only on E!