Every woman! Teen mother: the chapter that is next*) star Leah Messer is the mother of three daughters — Ali, Aleeah and Adalynn — and she has documented every #GirlMom moment throughout the years.The West Virginia native was first introduced to fans in her episode that is two-part of*)16 and Pregnant
this year. The MTV star was a high school student newly dating Corey Simms, the twins’ father, when she became a mom of two at the time. While parenting multiples was overwhelming, Messer and Simms — who were married for six months in 2011 — soon faced another obstacle when daughter Ali was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy.
One year after finalizing her divorce from Simms, the Teen Mom* that is 2( star hitched her 2nd husband, Jeremy Calvert. The 2 daughter that is welcomed in 2013 before calling it quits two years later.
As MTV cameras followed Messer’s ups and downs for over a decade on Teen Mom 2, viewers watched her kids grow from newborns to pre-teens. Fans have also watched Ali progress and thrive in the face of her MD diagnosis, from being a girl that is little her double sis in her energy wheelchair to riding as a near-teenager.
While the Hope, Grace & Faith writer’s love life played away on display screen, she introduced people to partner Jaylan Mobley front Teen mother: Family Reunion in 2021. The western Virginia Army nationwide Guard lieutenant proposed to Messer in August 2022, making her household that is complete now.
Later that month, Messer exclusively told Us Weekly that she was “open to the next steps” of expanding her family — and wasn’t ruling out the idea of having more children.
“At the very beginning of our relationship, I was like, ‘Whoa, like, put the breaks she shared with
Base at the time about her thoughts on growing her family with Mobley on it. “But I have always been more available to the steps that are next I ever have been.”The TV personality previously told
Base about her requirements for having a fourth child.“Listen, Because I put my work in!” Messer told Base
in March 2021, adding, “I don’t know if I were to ever get remarried, and let’s say they didn’t have kids and would want a child, it would have to come with terms and conditions this time. Whatever’s supposed to be can happen.”
As for a lifetime along with her three daughters, “I do not understand where we’d be without them,” she gushed to (*)Base(*).(*)Keep scrolling to see Messer’s sweetest moments along with her kids:(*)
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