Finally! Fans are so used to knowing every detail about Chrissy Teigen's life, that three days was a super long wait to find out the name of her newborn baby boy! On Sunday, May 20, Chrissy took to Instagram to announce the name she chose for her second child with husband John Legend — and she even shared the first photo of her little bundle of joy!

"Hello, world! This is Miles Theodore Stephens," the 32-year-old wrote on Instagram. "We are drowning in his little peeps and nuzzles. Our household feels overwhelmed with love. Thank you for all your well wishes!"

But in the three days since Chrissy gave birth, fans grew impatient and they took to social media to share their guesses as to what Chrissy would name her son. "Are you going to name him Yanny or Laurel?" asked a fan, poking fun at how Chrissy had commented on the video that went viral because different people could hear two different words. "It's so clearly laurel. I can't even figure out how one would hear yanny," she said. However, soon after she decided she was bored with it, and shared a photo muting the words on Twitter so she didn't have to see them anymore. So that means she probably didn't see this name suggestions either: "Yanny if it’s a boy, Laurel if it’s a girl?"

But Chrissy has involved herself in several memes/movements/strongly-held opinions, and her fans pretty much made fun of all of them. "Welcome to the world, I Really Miss Vine So Much Teigen-Legend," wrote one hilarious fan. "Congratulations on the birth of little baby Bacon Skillet Thundercles Teigen-Legend!" teased another. Then there's this genius tweet: "If we follow the Luna Simone Legend naming convention of [space reference] [iconic vocalist], then there’s a solid chance that Chrissy and John have named their son Armstrong Armstrong Legend." We're rooting for that one.

The Late Show joked that Chrissy should name her son after the host. "Congratulations Chrissy! If you haven't picked out a name yet may we suggest Stephen?" to which Chrissy responded "But then he’d be Stephen Stephens!"