Friday, August 5, 2022

Welcome Baby Cambree!

Tori and Bobby Smith welcomed their fourth child this week. Cambree Layne Smith was born August 2nd, 2022. She weighed 5 lbs 2 oz, which makes her the lightest of Tori's babies thus far. Kade (November 2018) weighed 6 lbs 1 oz. Kolter (March 2020) weighed 6 lbs 6 oz. And Charlotte Raine (June 2021) weighed 5 lbs 11 oz. Until Kade's birthday on November 9th, Tori and Bobby will have four children under the age of four. 

 
Tori Smith, Kolter Smith, Charlotte Smith

Photo courtesy of @bobby_torilayne_smith

48 comments:

  1. congratulations to the new parents

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  2. I so miss your show. It was so much better than some of the garbage on today!

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    1. ❤️AMEN to that!! Congratulations Bobby & Tori..πŸŽ€ u have a beautiful baby girl..🐣 a precious gift from above.. 🌈Praise the Lord!!! ✝️ Congratulations Gil & Kelly Jo for another beautiful/healthy, grand-baby..πŸ’ I pray the Father’s love & continual protection over ur family.. God bless y’all..✝️

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    2. sentiment expressed wonderfully. many blessings for the newest addition

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  3. How do these millennials came up with such outlandish names?

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    1. I think it’s beautiful

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    2. I like all the names. Original, and as unique as each child. Not outlandish… come on.

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    3. I was wondering the exact same thing!

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    4. Their kids have beautiful names.

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    5. To the people making ignorant comments about the babies name, I'm just curious, if you were sitting with a family member or a coworker and you didn't approve of the name they chose for THEIR baby,not yours but THEIR baby,would you say something rude about the name? I'm going to guess you wouldn't. Just because your online doesn't mean you don't need to use manners. That's assuming you were raised with any.

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    6. Yes because your generation chose amazing names like Walter, Gladys, etc y’all were giving birth to senior citizens based off those names

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    7. I'm just curious too. How is implying that someone was not raised with manners also not being rude? Is that something you would say to the person if you were sitting with them? Comments like that always puzzle me. Chastise the poster about manners and then ZING, do the very same thing they accuse the other person of doing.

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      I agree with you 5:02. Baby name books, if they still exist, sure aren't what they used to be. Every time I hear a name like this, I picture the child years later trying to find their name on a key ring in a souvenir shop. I also feel sorry for the teachers who have to try to keep the name spellings straight for 30 students all with "creative" names. Plus for the rest of their lives, the child will have to spell their first name (slowly) whenever asked over the phone or whenever paperwork needs to be filled out. You can't expect to say "Cambree" and have people know automatically how to spell that. Even the middle name - who would think there's a "y" lurking in the middle of it. "That's C-a-m-b-r-e-e, and Layne, like the country road, but with a y..." I can hear right now what that child will be going through, because I have to do that all the time myself, due to marriage!

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    8. 12:06, Layne is the feminine Lane. As a teacher I had a Hailey, Hailee and Haleigh in the same class. I’d rather have a kid with a unique name than a bunch of the same. It just makes life easier.

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    9. @4:36 No, you're a generation or two off. Those were our parents' or grandparents' names. Our generation was named Susan, Karen, Deborah, Patricia, Robert, William, David, and James. We named our kids Michael, Joshua, Christopher, Zachary, Justin, Jessica, Jennifer, Heather, Rebecca, and Tiffany. Those are the kids (now grown) who are choosing the unusual and unheard of names for babies these days. Although I know someone who just named their baby Hazel, so we're also right back, full circle, to those much earlier generation names.

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    10. @4:36- It seems those old fashioned names are making a return-Archie, Henry, Rose, Vienna, Viviane Evelyn…between names I see in the news and students in my school; these old time names are becoming popular again!

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    11. Yes, my grandchildren all have "tradional/old-fashioned names: Lucy, Henry, William.

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  4. Was her baby early? My son weighed 5lb 2oz and was 6 weeks early.

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    1. She probably was early. Tori has the blood clotting issue

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    2. I agree, my daughter was also 5 lb 2 oz and was 4 weeks early.

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  5. Congratulations!!! My birthday is August 2nd too. πŸ™‚

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  6. Congratulations Tori and Bobby on the birth of Cambree Layne. Wonder what her name means? Layne is Tori's middle name,so it's sweet she now has her mom's middle name too. Nice picture of Kolter and Charlotte. They have grown so much.☺️ I don't do social media like Facebook and Instagram,so I don't get to see pictures of the kids much and Tori and Bobby don't have and do YouTube and vlogs. I respect them trying to raise their family privately with no cameras around (even as Bringing Up Bates came to an end,they were not involved much in filming the show).

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    1. Yes they were filming at the end

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  7. Her name sounds like a women's clothes shop. "Now on sale at Cambree Layne!"

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  8. Congratulations and she is perfect!!!

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  9. Happy Birthday Cambree!

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  10. Awe congrats to them on baby Cambree!

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  11. Gotta be honest- it exhausts me just to think about having 4 kids, let alone 4 under 4. I had two 18 months apart and that was all I wanted to or could handle!

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    1. I agree! I hope they wait a bit they have more so mommy can rest her body. Baby’s name is cute.

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  12. Congratulations. However, 4 babies in less than 4 years seems pretty overwhelming to me. I hope she takes a break from having babies and gives her body time to "catch up".

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  13. It concerns me that their newborn was so small when she was born. Usually, the more babies a mom has, the bigger each one gets.
    We had 3 children in 4 years and it was exhausting. It was 6 years before I got a decent night's sleep! It was very expensive too- 2 kids in diapers at the same time, car insurance for 3 teenage drivers, 3 in college at the same time, 3 weddings in 5 years. Thankfully, they are all healthy, married, working, and raising their children-my grandchildren. LOTS of work, worry, and expense but definitely worth it!

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    1. I don't know that that is true across the board. My five were all over the place with weight. Number two was the smallest and number three was the biggest.

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  14. Congratulations Tori and Bobby!!!

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  15. Wow. Four babies in less than four years. That's a LOT of childcare. I've lost count, how many Bates grandchildren are there now?

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    1. Cambree is Kelly & Gill's 21st grandchild.

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  16. Congratulations on baby Cambree what a beautiful name

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  17. I LOVE her name. I’m totally glad that some of the people making comments on here don’t get to pick it. Can’t please all the people all the time but in this family’s case you can’t please some people any of the time so if parents are pleased, I’m pleased for them

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  18. Kade will be 4 in November.

    I had 3 kids 3 and under and no problems

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  19. WOW U HAVE HAD THE FAB 4 AND I LOVE U 6!!!!!!! REALLY I AM GLAD U AND BABY IS DOING WELL!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  20. Congratulations! Another Blessing.

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  21. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!πŸ‘ΆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆI LOVE BABIES!!!

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  22. Best of luck on their new blessing I have 5 ages from 21 to 2 and they wear me out I couldnt imagine 4 under 4 all at once

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  23. Beautiful name for a beautiful family. Missing y’all very much! Was such a wonderful show!

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  24. Adorable children and happy parents. I’d love to know why Tori studied for a degree in education and has no intention of using it? I don’t mean it in a snarky manner; just curious.

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    1. 1. She can use it if she homeschools her children. 2. She can use it if she decides to teach when her kids are older. 3. She can use it if something happens to Bobby and she needs to find a job.

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  25. Congratulations to all of the family and extended family on the birth of a new precious little one. May God bless you all.

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  26. I like how the boys names start with K. And the Girls names start with C

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  27. Mercy we miss your family and all the blessings of watching it grow

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