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Blac Chyna Brings Home 2 New Dogs Just Days Before She’s Due to Welcome a Baby Girl

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Source: Blac Chyna/Snapchat
Source: Blac Chyna/Snapchat

Blac Chyna‘s baby girls are home — fur babies, that is.

Over the weekend, the 28-year-old expecting mom‘s Snapchat was filled with a couple adorable additions to her life: two white puppies adopted by herself and her pal, Paige.

Chyna shared videos of the puppies, initially named Tilden and Cameron, wrestling with each other, exploring their new home and taking plenty of naps.

“Aw, brotherly love,” she said in one video of the dogs playing together.

However, Chyna and her pal got a surprise when they took the new pets to the veterinarian. They found out the puppies weren’t two boys, as they initially thought, but two girls.

“I guess it’s going to be a house full of girls,” Chyna said in a Snapchat video.

Although Cameron’s name stayed, Tilden was changed to Tilda, Chyna said.

After a shopping trip (and another nap for the pups), the model and the dogs returned home to her 4-year-old son. King Cairo had some fun putting the puppies in their bed and giving them a ride around the house.

Chyna and Rob Kardashian are in the final stages of preparing for the arrival of their baby girl, the second child for Chyna and first for Kardashian, this month.

source tells PEOPLE that the engaged couple have two separate nurseries — one in his house and one in hers.

“They have separate nurseries because they both wanted to prepare for the baby, but they agreed it wasn’t a good idea to live together while Chyna is pregnant because they were fighting too much,” says the insider.

Despite going through some dramatic ups and downs in their relationship in recent months — much of it chronicled on their reality show, Rob & Chyna — the source says things are looking up.

“For now, things are going well with Rob and Chyna,” says the source. “They are both excited to become parents together.”