Obviously, we’re not speaking from experience here, but we assume that when you’re a 20-year-old billionaire, you grow accustomed to instant gratification.

So it should come as no surprise that when Kylie Jenner wants another baby, Kylie Jenner gets another baby.

Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration.

It’s not like Kylie can just snap her fingers and a younger sibling for Stormi will start growing in her uterus.

But it does look like all that boning that Kylie and Travis have been doing might have been more purposeful than we initially realized.

According to a new report from Life & Style, Kylie and Travis are “discussing having another baby.”

Of course, given how much planning went into the couple’s first child, we’re guessing there’s been less discussing and more thrusting.

But hey, as many fans have pointed out in response to the news, it’s all good, as Travis and Kylie have unexpectedly solidified a place as one of the most stable relationships in the entire Kardashian-Jenner clan.

“Their relationship is stronger than ever,” a source confirms to L&S.

“They really are very much in love.”

And against all odds, new motherhood doesn’t seem to have done much to stall Kylie’s juggernaut of a career.

Not only has Kylie stayed the course as a media icon, she’s also exceeded expectations as a cosmetics mogul.

We may have been exaggerating just a bit when we described Kylie as a billionaire, but by most estimates, she’ll reach that mark by the time she’s old enough to drink.

And while Travis is nowhere near as successful — who is? — he’s doing okay in his own right.

It seems unlikely that Scott’s music will ever be a hit with critics, but younger audiences are eating up his Astro World album, which has already spawned several hits on Spotify.

So sure, go ahead and pop out another one, you crazy kids.

Just maybe try to be a bit more selective about the name next time.

There’s already a famous Stormy this year, and while she’s a boss, you might prefer that your daughter doesn’t follow in her footsteps.