“Teen Mom OG” stars Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra are busy prepping for their rainbow baby. And on Monday’s episode of the MTV series, they finally revealed a name.

The longtime couple is expecting their third daughter together.

Their eldest child, Carly, was put up for adoption, but the new bundle of joy will grow up alongside their 3-year-old, Novalee.

Tyler and Catelynn confirmed the name they have picked out for their unborn daughter during an ultrasound appointment, Entertainment Tonight reports.

When the technician asked if they’d chosen a name, Tyler confirmed they had their hearts set on “Tezlee.”

The name choice generated mixed reactions from fans on social media. Some called it “strange” while others were more supportive.

One Facebook user noted that the choice matched Novalee’s name and that they are “sticking with the lee theme.”

The reveal comes a week after the couple confirmed that they made plans to separate for at least a month during Catelynn’s pregnancy amid marriage problems.

As Dearly previously reported, Tyler told Catelynn of his intentions when they were on a couple’s therapy retreat.

On Monday’s episode, his family warned that he may be criticized for wanting to separate during his wife’s pregnancy. He told his mother and sister:

“I don’t care about how it’ll be perceived. I’ll look like a complete pr**khead, guaranteed. That’s fine because I just know me.”

Catelynn initially said she was “devastated” by her husband’s decision to leave because she would be alone raising a 3-year-old while pregnant. She then grew “more comfortable with the idea.”

Tyler confirmed to his father that the child was unplanned and that he had no intention of bringing an “innocent kid into this s**t.”

The couple is expecting their daughter to arrive on March 6.

What do you think of their name choice? Let us know in the comments.

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