Kim Kardashian West Wishes Husband Kanye West a Happy Valentine's Day: 'I Love You to Infinity'

The holiday comes at a special time for the couple: They recently welcomed their third child, a baby girl named Chicago

Love is in the air!

Kim Kardashian West‘s Instagram feed has been full of bikini selfies and topless shots lately — but on Wednesday, the reality star switched things up, dedicating a sweet post to her husband Kanye West in honor of Valentine’s Day.

“I love you to infinity! Happy Valentine’s Day!!!” she captioned a paparazzi photo of the two from their trip to Paris in March 2015, with West, 40, wrapping both arms around Kardashian West, 37.

<a href="" data-inlink="true">Kim Kardashian</a> West and <a href="" data-inlink="true">Kanye West</a> Sighting In Paris - March 06, 2015
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West returned the favor, returning from an Instagram hiatus to wish his wife a (very minimalistic) “Happy Valentines Day Babe.”

The holiday comes at a special time for the couple: They recently welcomed their third child, a baby girl named Chicago, who arrived Jan. 15 via surrogate.

A source close to the rapper previously told PEOPLE that he was “so excited” about Chicago’s birth and has always been a “hands-on” dad to son Saint, 2, and daughter North, 4½.

“He said that being a dad is what he does best,” the source said. “He does everything that a dad does. Even diaper duty. Kanye knows how to change a diaper, 100 percent! That’s very important to him.”

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The source also told PEOPLE that West credits his children with helping him through trying times. The couple had a traumatic year in 2016 — Kardashian West was robbed in Paris; he had a mental breakdown. But after learning they were expecting a daughter, they entered a happier stage.

“Kanye says that his children have saved his life,” the source said. “This one in particular came along after a very dark time. He’s so in love with his kids.”

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