Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian West arrives to attend the amfAR Gala New York at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City on Feb. 6, 2019. Getty Images/ANGELA WEISS

It’s been just a few days since Kim Kardashian’s son Psalm was born and already the reality star is hard at work to secure his future. Just as the other members of the family, Psalm has a platform ready to launch a business of his own when he grows up.

Kardashian has filed for trademark protection for the name Psalm, TMZ reported. According to the documents that the reality star has filed, the trademark protection is for a wide range of products that include hair accessories, entertainment services, skin care, toys, computer software, clothing, baby products, shower gels, nail polish, and watches.

This isn’t the first time that a member of a Kardashian family has filed for trademark protection for their children’s name. So far, they haven’t really launched any companies or products in their children’s name, expect perhaps Kourtney Kardashian who used her daughter’s nickname for her Poosh venture. The trademarks should help the children, including Psalm, to launch a company of their own when they grow up.

Apart from Psalm and the other children who have trademark protection of their names, one other member of the family who filed for trademark for her name is Kendall Jenner, Us Weekly reported. Earlier this month the model filed for trademark for her name for products that include skin care, hair products, and perfumes.

Some of the other sisters in the Kardashian family who have already launched their companies in their respective names are Kylie Jenner with her Kylie Cosmetics and Kim with her KKW Beauty company.

Meanwhile, details about Psalm’s birth certificate have surfaced online. According to TMZ, the birth certificate reveals that the doctor who delivered the baby is Dr. Paul Crane, who previously delivered Kim and Kanye West's other children North, Chicago and Saint.