Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Leah Calvert (Messer) Is Pregnant!

Leah and Jeremy Calvert confirmed to Us Weekly that they are in fact expecting their first child together. (Leah was pregnant last winter but it sadly ended in a miscarriage which we will see on Teen Mom Season 3.) 


Leah and Jeremy are expecting again. This is what they had to say: "Jeremy and I are excited to be adding a new addition to our family, being a teen mom was difficult, but I'm older and in a different place now -- married to Jeremy and excited for our family to grow."

"Ali and Aleeah can't wait to meet their new brother or sister. We feel incredibly blessed and look forward to this next chapter in our lives."

Update: Leah is about 5 months along and is having anther little girl! 

81 comments:

  1. I hope its twins or triplets for her. She should be driven crazy. I can't stand her.

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  2. "I'm older." ::eyeroll:: In the grand scheme of life, 20 is no better than a "teen" mom. She'll have 3 kids before the can get drunk at the sight of it. She said in her life after labor special her mom had 3 kids by the time she was 21, and raised them alone. Apple didn't fall too far from that tree. Hope she dropped the cigarette habit of hers. Seemed to have moved past her dead baby pretty fast though. Why does this bricks feel the need to rush through her entire life???

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    1. I agree that this is a ridiculous choice of hers because of her age and the amount of kids she already has, but your comment about her "dead baby" was completely out of line, inappropriate, insensitive, and offensive. I lost a planned child through a stillbirth, and then conceived unexpectedly a little less than a year later (though my husband and I were open to children) and was okay with it. Were my husband and I supposed to stop having sex just because we had a stillbirth? Was it wrong of us to continue sexual intercourse without protection a few months later? We never forget our lost son, and often struggle with it, but it doesn't overtake us all the time as much as it did for the first five months, and there is NOTHING wrong with having another child. This is not too fast. There's no such thing everyone has a different healing time.

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    2. Actually there is a thing as too fast. Jeremy proposed to Leah because she was pregnant, and she tragically lost the baby. But I truly believe in her eyes, she felt she needed another Calvert baby to keep Jeremy around. Jeremy left Leah last March when it was revealed during a Teen Mom 2 reunion she still had feelings for Corey. If she's due this December, she had to have conceived in March. Hmmm wonder what happened there. I think Leah wanted to keep him with a baby at all costs, and the main loss of her miscarriage was that she was no longer pregnant with JEREMY'S baby.

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    3. I am not talking about all that Jeremy conspiracy shit and how ridiculous and stupid it is that they got married so soon and pregnant so soon. I am talking only about the healing of grief process to which, there is, no technical timeline, and you have no place to judge the pace of someone else's process with grief. I was calling you out on a comment that can be taken as being against ANYONE who becomes pregnant again after a child loss in the same amount of time Leah did. Choose your words more wisely.

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    4. I just wat hed the episode were he proposed and he proposed before she took the pregnancy test so she didnt do just to keep him around

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  3. Last time she got pregnant she said her mirena failed, what is her excuse with this one? She wanted it? She isn't even 21 yet and would have had four kids by now, three pregnancies. Doesn't sound too good to me. She needs to be more careful. She just wants to sit at home all day raising babies?

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    1. What is wrong with that?!?! Some women WANT to be mothers. Her husband and her support them financially and physically, so what is the difference if she wants more kids?
      I personally would give ANYTHING to be able to be a stay at home mom and raise babies all day.

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    2. No. Jeremy ONLY financially supports them. There is nothing wrong with being a stay at home mom, but it sure as hell helps to have something to fall back on. God forbid, what if Jeremy dies on the job? She would be shit out of luck, with 3 kids under the age of 3, and just a high school diploma with 3 months experience of working 1 day a week.

      And it's great you would want to raise babies all day, but they aren't babies forever, and it's nice to have your own identity away from your children. Leah has made it very clear if a guy doesn't find her sexually appealing, she is nothing. And if she doesn't have a baby with her current significant other, he will leave. That's the sad part, and that's what will hurt her.

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    3. The first comment didn't talk about her mental issues thinking she NEEDS a man, only that it was wrong if she WANTED a baby. Make no mistake, I think she is screwed up in the head, and needs help, but it is NOT because she is a stay at home mom that wanted more kids. I would love to be able to have more kids. I am college educated, have a good job that I keep because we need the extra income, and am financially and mentally stable. my identity IS being a mom. That is the most important thing you can do, be a good parent, and I think wanting more kids is not a bad thing.

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    4. I never said it was wrong she wanted a baby. But thanks for putting words in my mouth. I mean she needs to do more with her life. Like the other person said what if something happened to Jeremy? She has nothing to fall back on. Mtv money doesn't last forever.

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    5. "Last time she got pregnant she said her mirena failed, what is her excuse with this one? She wanted it?"
      I don't need to put words in your mouth. Your sarcasm speeks for itself.

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    6. *speaks. Sorry.

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    7. @9:09 "That is the most important thing you can do."

      Excuse me? Way to make women only have one purpose. Our most important thing we can do is NOT defined at all by parenting or conceiving a child. There are actually way more important things we need to be doing in this world through careers and other endeavors, and not all women or men are meant to be parents. And I have a hard time believing that conceiving or even parenting more children is the answer. Do you know how many millions of children are homeless or stuck in the foster care system? If your idea of the most important thing women can do is be a parent, then maybe you should look into adopting a child who really needs you. Until you've actually done that, don't say this is the most important thing that we can do as women.

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    8. Maybe she wants her iwn kids you moron. You're obviously not a mom or you would know that when you are ine nithing matters more than your kids. Some women are not able to love and feel for an adopted child the same way they can for their own. I know I wouldn't be able to, which is why adooting would be cruel of me. I couldn't give that child the love of a parent. You are also dead wring about the most important thing a person can do. The only thing left behind when you're dead is your kids. Raiseing a baby into a good adult is the most important thing anyone can di. Not just women. If you never have kids I feel very sorry that you'll never know the joy of parenthood. My life meant nothing and I had no identity before I found my hysband and had kids. Now im a work at home mom of 2 and I can't imagine why anyone else would want a different life. If you do thats good for you but don't get down on other people who don't. Age does not matter. I'm in her almost exact same position. I'm 20 with kids. Mine are just both with my husband and I din't have twins. Leahs a great mom who deserves to be happy and if anither baby makes her happy go for it.

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    9. As you said, don't get down on other people who don't want the same life as you. It's great that you've found your calling, so to speak, and that you're happy with being a mother. That's the most important thing YOU'LL do in your life. But to say being a parent is the best, most important thing ANYONE could do ever, is just as short sighted as another person saying it isn't. When you're dead and gone, there are so many more things other than just children that you could leave behind. I disagree that having kids will/would be the most important thing that I could do with my life, but I'd be pretty fucking pissed if someone told me my life didn't have any big important moments simply because I never had a kid (and, in that same thread, I hope you never tell someone who doesn't have kids that you "feel sorry that they'll never know the joy have parenthood." It's a very rude and condescending thing to say. People don't have kids for all sorts of reasons). What about people who can't have kids? Are their lives useless because they didn't have any children?

      To each their own- for some that means having kids, for others that means working toward a cure for cancer, for another person it might mean being a farmer and raising cattle.

      While I completely respect your opinion and choice that having kids and raising them and being a great mom is the best part of your life, I really hope you reconsidering your "all or nothing" stance on it and try to be a little more tactful in what you say in the future, lest you hurt someone's feelings.

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    10. You have the nerve to call me rude when you're sitting here bitching about how Leah should adopt children instead of having her own. This is why I feel sorry for you. there is nothing any human being can do that can make them feel more joy then their children. Even if they are adopted but for me personally more so that they're my own. I promise you 100% without a doubt that if you ever have kids there will not be a single thing on this earth that you could value more than your kids (I'm assumeing you would be a good parent). Even if a person cures cancer on his/her death bed their family will be in the front of their mind. I never said that your life would be emaningless without children but you cannot understand how fufiling it is to be a mom until you are one. I feel very very sorry for anyone who physically can't have children. What kind of heartless asshole wouldn't!!! I hope you're not such a jerk that you think oh well they can just adopt! It's not the same, it can't be the same. So shut your stupid mouth because you have no clue what you're talking about.

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    11. Whoa. I'm a completely different person than whoever was talking with you before. Maybe you should read the comments and who's posting them before you verbally attack me. Adopting children can be the same for some people- let's broaden our minds here, ladies. It's EXTREMELY offensive that you keep saying it isn't the same. My ex-boyfriend was adopted, and if you ever told him, his sister, or their parents that they had a different relationship than children who were raised by their biological parents, they'd probably give you a million reasons why you were wrong.

      I'm not saying a person wouldn't value their kids above anything else, but to say that having kids is the most important thing a person can do in their lives is ignorant and shortsighted of you. I was saying some people may chose to further their career rather than have children, and that's okay and NO ONE should tell them that their lives are less meaningful than women who are mothers.

      My points being, it's one thing for you to say that it's the greatest, most fulfilling thing in your life that you birthed your children, but to say it's the greatest thing anyone could do is ignorant and rude. It's also just as rude and flat out bitchy to say that because you wouldn't love an adopted child the same, that no adopted child would be loved the same as a biological child. I'm hoping you'll discover some tact, because my "stupid mouth" knows a lot about what I'm talking about.

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    12. And like you said, until a person is a parent, they can't understand what it's like to have kids, but in that same idea, unless you go through life without children, you'll never know how much joy someone can experience outside of children. It's all relatively. But you just completely attacked me for things I didn't even say. You should read more closely and think about your responses before going after someone like that.

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    13. I'm the original person who made the adoption comment. Thank you Rhiannon for stepping in and basically summarizing and emphasizing everything that I meant in my original post. Clearly this other person doesn't pay attention or lacks proper reading comprehension because I NEVER said anything about Leah needing to adopt children. The only reason I ever brought up adoption is because I get disgusted when people say such disgusting things like "the most important thing ANY woman can do is have a child and raise it," when 1. No, that's not the only value of women, nor is it the most important thing all women can do, and 2. there are plenty of children needing to be adopted, and if someone believes the most important thing a woman can do is be a parent, then maybe they should start parenting some of those who are orphaned or abandoned. It was a side note.

      Also to that ignorant person, I DO have children. Children that I conceived. I know very well what it's like to have a child of my own. I also am in the process of adopting a nine year old out of the foster care system, and they are/will be no less than the children I have conceived. I am also a career woman contributing to important advancements in our global environmental resources, which is a major world issue. This is extremely valuable, and what I leave behind through this is extremely important. No, my children are not all that will be left of me when I am dead and gone.

      If you feel your only identity and calling is to be a wife and mother, I am glad that you feel called to doing those things, however I really do hope that you seek some personal identity and interests outside of these things. That doesn't mean you have to have a career, or that it's wrong to be a house wife/mom, because it isn't, and I was never saying that. I was only ever saying that staying home and popping out/taking care of babies is NOT the only purpose of women. If this is for you, this is for you. But people do need identities that don't involve only their children, because children do grow up and become their own people as well, as it should be. They may not always be around you. I encourage you to develop some other identities and hobbies if you haven't already. Believe it or not, you can lose family, and it would be very sad if you lost your family and had nothing else to do with your time. I hope that never happens to you.

      But seriously, don't contribute even more to gender role stereotyping and advancements in gender equality by stating that a woman's only purpose is being a mother and taking care of her family. However, it sounds like that's all you've ever really known, so I understand why you have not been able to think differently. Best to you and your family.

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    14. I will correct my statement about adoptiin. I should have restated (is that a real word) that for me it wiuld not and could not.be the same. That does not make me mean or awful. I'm just not emotionally capable of being an adoptive parent. I am sorry fir my bad wording. I am also not the original person who said a womans only purpose. I jumped in after I saw "oh well if it's so important why don't you just adopt kids". That is one the most awful things I have ever heard in my life. It's not the same fir everyone. Even for women that could be a real mom to an adopted child. Why shouldn't they have their own kids? You (anon) just want a reason to bash leah. It's really immature of you. Calling me ignorant for putting my kids first is also immature. I truely hope you do not value your job more than your children. If you do you have no business adopting. You're chikdren did not ask to be born or adopted (by you at least) and you owe it to them to make them your number one priority. Thats not to say your jib is not important but nothing should ever be more important than raiseing your kuds to be well riunded adults. Why should I need "my own identity". I have one. I'm lisa, a wife and mother of 2. If by that you mean get out of this hiyse so I don't go stir crazy then you're absoluteky right but I don't want to be known as lisa the vet tech student I am proud to be known as a wife a mom. No matter how old.my kuds get I will always be their mom. I din't need any other identity. I'll work when they're older but they'revstill number 1. I happen to like my gender role very much thank you. As far as this being all i've ever known. Well it's the only thing thats made me happy but i've known a couple of different lifestyles. My family is the only thing thats ever mafe sense to me. Btw I swear im not a morin my phines hard to type on.

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    15. I never said that realizing that adopting a child is not for you makes you mean or awful. In fact, being able to recognize that it's not something that would work for you is a great quality. I don't think I've been clear enough in my wording on that - what I've been meaning to say is that I think many people who want to be a parent don't even THINK about the possibility of adopting a child who really needs to have a stable parent. When they think of having children, they only tend to think of conceiving. That sickens me that the thought of adoption never comes to mind. And it's not awful of me to think or say this. I am not at all looking for a reason to bash on Leah, and I wasn't doing so. I disagree with her choices, I don't believe she planned any of this, and I think she will have many regrets later on and her choices will come back to bite her. But I do not think she is a bad person, and I only wish the best for her and her families.

      I don't value my job and contributions to a better society more than my children. Any real parent does not value anything else over the lives of their children, but just because they are my first priority does NOT mean they are my only purpose and my only legacy in life, nor that the role of women in the world is to produce and raise children. If anything, my career contributes greatly to my parenting. I have learned a lot about life through my career, that I can pass on to my children, and my job allows me to provide for my children.

      I understand that part of your personal identity is being a mother and raising your children. I never said there is something wrong with that. But it is unhealthy to put all your eggs in one basket, as they say. Yes, your kids will always be your number one priority, as they should be, just like mine are. But countless psychologists and mental health professionals have agreed time and time again that parents should have lives that are separate from their lives as parents. To do something that is unrelated to your parenting.

      If you like the idea of being a housewife who stays at home with the kids, I repeat, that's fine. What's not fine is declaring this is the way that all women should be, which is where the gender role influencing comes in. Gender roles are stereotypes - not fact. Gender roles were set up by power-hungry men ages ago because they wanted to keep the power dynamic. There is no ONE way for men and women to act, there is no ONE purpose for men and women. If you PERSONALLY like fulfilling the gender role that the power-hungry men set up in the past, that's OK. It's NOT okay to say this is the one and only way for a woman to be. If you do that, you're essentially saying a woman's only place is "in the kitchen," which is extremely misogynistic and alienating to many of your fellow women whose life paths do not follow that.

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    16. It's not wrong to not think about adopting. Thats like saying it was wrong of me to not consider giving my daughter up for adoption. I was 17 when I got pregnant with her and I got furious when people tried to get me to consider it. I knew I wanted her. End of story. When my husband and I wanted another one we knew we wanted to have ine ourselves. End of story. You're adopting. Good for you. It's not for most people. Most people are like me and can't do that. It's just not an option for most women. My problem isn't that all women don't want to stay at home and be a wife and mim. My problem is peoole bashing leah saying ih she needs to go ti college and get a career and quit relyung in her husband. Wtf wiuld she do the for? Her husband makes good money and they have mtv money just in case. She dosen't need to work right now and she can stay home and raise her kids. I'm sure when they're older she'll do something but she likes beung a stay at home mom right now. As far as the psychologists telling mevwhat makes me happy. They can shut up. They don't know me. I don't need anything else. I get sick of being in the house sometimes and when that happens I go out. Sometimes with my kids sometimes without but w/e. I'm happy either way. It's not that beung a mom is the inly important thing i'll do in life butbit is the most important. Parenting is a parent first priority as you said. Not just women. My husbands world revoles around his kids. I'm t as lkin he puts on the tiara and asks our daughter to have a tea party. He's very proud of his job but gis kids will always br more important than anything.

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    17. This is the most circular discussion I've seen on here. We get it. You're a proud mother who stays at home and won't adopt children. There's NOTHING wrong with that, and literally neither of us has told you that we feel otherwise. I think you're completely missing the points the other poster was making about psychologists, and quite frankly, I don't see a point in trying to re-explain it because you simply won't listen or acknowledge another view point. Be advised though that if in 20 or so years you haven't found a life outside of your parenting and you're completely satisfied with that, you will be an extremely rare exception.

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    18. You're missing my points. This woman dosen't understand how wrong it is of her to say that people should always consider adopting a child when they want one. You have not known many long term stay at home moms if you think it's rare that a woman is happy with her life when all she's done is rasie her kids. Thats very sad to me. It's like you have no faith in the joy of parenting. Just cause the kids grow up dosen't mean the parents stop teaching them and helping them. When you're a parent you are a parent for life. I've known a few women that stayed at home with their kids their whole lives and when the kids moved out they stayed at home and cooked an cleaned for their husbands. My whole point is shut the fuck up and stop judgeing Leah saying she shouldn't be having another baby. It's insanely childish to say that she need an identity away from her kids. You're reading what you want to read and not what I'm really saying.

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    19. Don't tell me to "shut the fuck up". I haven't once said that Leah shouldn't be having another baby, and if you actually read any of my comments on here, you'd see that I've actually been saying the exact opposite.

      It is not wrong to say that people who want children should consider adoption. Considering is the not the same thing as actually going through with it. When you decide you want to have children, considering adoption is a great way to go! You don't have to adopt, but don't completely count it out. It's fine to consider it and realize it isn't for you, but if no one thought about it when they realized they wanted children, no one would ever be adopted.

      I know more stay at home mothers than I can count. I work in an elementary school in a very well off town. And I can tell you that every single one of the stay at home moms do things more than just raising their children and tending to their husbands. Every. Single. One. I know when kids grow up, you're still their parent, but the reality is, when they grow up, and move out, and often times move away, odds are those stay at home moms who never developed a life outside their offspring will become bored. I can tell you right now that the amount of effort to take care of a household with two fully grown adults is a hell of a lot less than the effort put into maintaining a household with two adults and some children.

      What's really "insanely childish" is that you're resorting to telling us to "shut the fuck up" because we don't agree with you. I guess your language has to get coarser because you've already told us to "shut [our] stupid mouth(s)." It isn't insanely childish to say that people who stay at home with their children need an identity outside of that. It's actually the completely normal and healthy thing to do, but I won't sit here and try to tell you how to live your life. I AM reading what you're saying, I just don't agree with it. You're the one who wants to think we're saying it's wrong of Leah to have another kid, or it's bad of you to be a stay at home mom. That's truly one of the most far-fetched things you've said in the entire discussion. Anyone else reading this could see you're the one only seeing what she wants to see.

      Like I said, this is a ridiculously circular conversation, and now that you're going to start swearing at me, I'm done trying to talk with you. I have better things to do with my time than listen to some stranger bitch at me on the internet.

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    20. Well I don't even need to respond to the bullshit this other woman has been saying while I've been gone because Rhiannon has said everything that I would have said in response. I feel like we have the same brain. Thank you Rhiannon.

      The only thing I will add is that NOT ONCE DID I SAY LEAH SHOULD NOT HAVE MORE KIDS. Never. I said my opinion is that it was the wrong time to have another child, and that this was probably unplanned.

      Rhiannon's right. This is circular. You're not listening, you're hearing things that aren't even being said, you refuse to open your mind, and you're the one resorting to acting immature.

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    21. omfg. You 2 are obviously not going to pull your heads out of your asses. IT IS NEVER THE WRONG OR RIGHT TIME TO HAVE A CHILD. A CHILD IS A WONDERFUL BLESSING NO MATTER WHAT!!!!!!!!! You're really close minded. Never shame a woman for not considering adoption. Or claiming "having more babies is not the awnser". You're an asshole.

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    22. Thanks! Glad I can be of help, hahaha.

      And actually, I will say a few more things.

      If you aren't going to read our comments, then don't bother responding. Find me one time either of us ever said that there is a right or wrong time to have a child? One time either of us said a child isn't a blessing? One time either of us even attempted to shame a person for not considering adoption? One time either of us having more babies wasn't the answer?

      We weren't shaming people for not considering adoption, but just putting it out there that it's a really great, completely valid resource that's underutilized. I would never tell someone to not have a baby because there are plenty out there to adopt, but I would urge a friend of mine to seriously think about adoption before completely ruling it out. If they decided they wanted to conceive instead of adopt, that would still be great, and it would be even more amazing because they thought about all options they had and reached a fully informed decision.

      NOW I am done talking with you. You clearly don't know how to debate or properly read a comment, you continually make things up and then insist on saying we said then, when the proof is only a few inches above your falsified statements, and you are still calling us names. Despite the computer screen you get to hide behind, you're still communicating with real people, and it is never okay to call another person names or tell someone to "shut the fuck up" when they don't agree with you. If that's the way you approach things in the real world, then I feel sorry for you and for everyone you interact with.

      Have a nice night. With any luck the hurricane with take out your internet for a few days and you can think of a calm and rational response and come back to talk like an adult.

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    23. And you clearly think that you can blab on some long comment thats is denying things you've already said and you'll be right. Anon you specifically said "i don't think having more babies is the awnser". You're also an even bigger asshole to hope anyine is near the storm. I hope you're far away from it and safe and I hope everyone thats not away is okay. You're just not a very nice person. Constantly calling someone immature for saying what they feel dosen't mqke them immature. It just makes you pretty dumb.

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    24. Youre still going on? lol

      Youre wrong, theyre right. Of alll the things you accused them of, you were right about one, and only one of them said it. Get over yourselffff.

      Its even funnier that you keep calling them names and neither have them are doing the same. Keep going, you look like suuuuch an adult.

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    25. Honey I am an adult. They said every single thing I said they did. I'm not afraid of calling an asshole an asshole. It's what she is therefore it's what I call her. I'm not so scared if being called immature on the internet that I win't tell the truth. They are wrong. They twisted every word I said cause they are drullroll please......asholes! Well at least anon is. And you.

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    26. And you are immature. Go ahead and get your rocks off by bullying people on the internet.

      Like I said, point out where I said all those things. Do it. SHOW ME WHERE I SAID THOSE THINGS. Or just keep ignoring me because I haven't said those things, and rather than own up to it, you'll just keep insisting I did and yet refuse to back yourself up. You do realize that insisting I said those things doesn't actually make it true, right? I was wrong on one account, and it wasn't even me that had made that statement, so I don't know where you get off acting like I'm being some big huge bitch.

      I'm really fucking sick of you calling me an asshole. I'm sick of people thinking it's okay to call people names simply because they don't agree with you. You may be an adult, but you certainly aren't acting like one. I don't agree with you, so I'm told to shut the fuck up and called an asshole. Like I said before, you can't see me, but I am an actual human being on the other end. Calling me names is NOT okay. I haven't agreed with you, but I certainly haven't disrespected you the way you've disrespected me.

      As an aside, you most definitely misunderstood my hurricane comment. I prefaced it with "Have a nice night." I wasn't wishing you any harm, because contrary to what you think, I'm not actually an asshole. I was in the direct path of the hurricane, and my very best friend along with my cousin were in cities that were struck the hardest, so don't try to skew my comment to be something hateful when it wasn't. At the very best it was a mislaid attempt at humor, and I'm sorry that it seemed like I was wishing you harm. As much as you've disrespected me and called me names, I would never stoop to a level as low as that as to wish someone physical harm for not agreeing with me. While it seems to be a foreign concept to you, I do have tact.

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    27. Im mostly calling anon an asshole i've mostly ignored you because you're just annoying me. Let me re state my points. 1. A persins children are the mist important things to them unless they're a crappy parent. Meaning being a parent is the most important thing a person can do. Which is the original statement anon got butthurt about and started fliping out about how she dosen't belong in the kitchen even though no one said she did. 2. It is not wrong for a couple to not consider adoption when they decide to have kids. Thats the statement that pissed me iff. "hqving more babies isn't the awnser. If you think.being a parent is the most important thing you can do then think about the children already on this earth". She is a huge asshole for that. I don't get how you don't understand why. I guess if you had kuds you'd understand. Nit ince did anyone ever say being a mom is the only thing of value a woman can do nor that a woman that is not a mother has a meaning less life. 3. I would feel very sorry for any person who lived their whole life and never had kids. Parenthood is the greatest joy anyone can feel and I think everyone should feel it at some point or another. You rhiannon aren't so much an asshole. You just don't understand why it's so offensive for her to say such things. And if someone on the internet calling you an asshole seriously affects you you shoukd probably see a shrink. And grow a pair. Or stay iff the internet. I am ungidly sick of this wah wah wah bullys this bullys that. I repeat. Grow a pair.

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    28. "IT IS NEVER THE WRONG OR RIGHT TIME TO HAVE A CHILD. A CHILD IS A WONDERFUL BLESSING NO MATTER WHAT!!!!!!!!!"

      PPPFFFTTTT HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Do you also subscribe to the idea of "legitimate rape"?

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    29. Or rather than me staying off the internet, you could just treat people nicely and politely like the adult you claim to be? There's a crazy idea.

      I'm really done now. I've disappointed that I've allowed myself to continue to argue with someone like you. All the points you insist on reiterating are points I haven't once disagreed with (it's not inherently wrong to not consider adoption, and the fact that you are so adamant about me saying that only proves that you either a) can't read, b) don't understand what you're reading or c) just suck at debating), and all you do is try to justify the fact that you're calling me names by telling me to grow a pair. It's not as though what you're saying is actually hurting my feelings, but I thought you'd maybe want to know that you're treating me like shit and only making yourself look like a fool in the process, but I get it... it's my fault you're calling me names and that I'm trying to tell you it's wrong. I forgot that when a person doesn't agree, it's just a free-for-all and that person should be called every name in the book. How silly of to assume that I'd be treated with respect during a discussion with another adult.

      I hope the children you're raising grow up to be more respectful than you are. I would be ashamed if my mother was online calling someone an asshole and telling them to shut the fuck up because they didn't agree with her.

      And with that, I'm done. Have a nice night, continue your life as a disrespectful woman who can't spell (bullys?) or properly debate. Thankfully, I don't know you in real life and will never have to deal with your bitchy attitude again. You can go ahead and post another comment, because I know getting the last word will make you feel like the big man on campus and that you've won. Feeling like you've won an internet debate with a stranger on a Teen Mom website is one of the most accomplished feeling ever! Enjoy!

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    30. Ya know bringing my kids into this is just priveing my point that you're an asshole. It entertains me how you think it makes me sooooooo immature to call someone an asshole when you're insultung me just as much. I also don't give a crap about spelling cause its the damn internet. Legitimate rape. I've heard a couple different explanatiins of exactly what that is. However I feel ecactly the way I said I did. No matter what. I din't belueve in abortion even in rape cases. In that case the child usn't really a blessing fir the mom (unless she keeps it and looks at the baby as something good to come out of an awful thing which I belueve she should). Hiwever if the mother cannot raise the baby, which many understandably can't, the baby could be a blessing to adoptive parents. I don't believe in a situatiin where abortion is acceptable in my eyes. It is stoping a human heart. A human heart with his/her own dna meaning they are not a part of the mother. Even when a woman is raped. Just because the mother has suffered dosen't mean the baby should to. It's not his/her fault. If thats what yiu mean by legitimate rape well than yes I belueve it. If you mean a rape baby being "gods will" then no. i'm not religious and I hate when people think god is playing a hand in everything.

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  4. congrats girl i hope you and your family are very happy i am glad you have found the strength to move on and go on i wish you guys all the best ...........HOPE THE GIRLS ARE WELL

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  5. I hope Leah has a safe pregnancy and a healthy baby...With that said, I wish the Teen Mom girls would really bust their butts a little more in making themselves successful above all else. This is the perfect time to go to school and find a career to support yourself when Teen Mom ends. I know those checks may seem like a ton now, but maintaining a household with children is NOT cheap. I have to applaud Kail and Farrah (although I find her annoying) and Catelyn for capitalizing on their opportunities while they still can.

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  6. She is an adult. She is stable. She can make whatever choice she wants. We don't have to like or agree with it. I love how everyone is expecting her to have some sort of excuse for why shes pregnant again. Did anyone stop to think she probably wanted another baby.& With her husband. She is a married women, she probably isn't even using birth control.

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels this way. If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.

      People get these big balls because they have the anonymity of a computer screen. I think we lose sight of the fact that, despite the fact that these girls are on TV, they're actual human beings will feelings that can be hurt by rude things on the internet. Yes, they signed up to do this, but that doesn't mean they signed up to have assholes on the internet bully them and speak condescendingly to them for their choices.

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    2. I have no problem with judging Leah because she herself is incredibly judgemental. For instance, her tweet about the welfare system. If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen. I do agree, there's no need to be rude or bully. Make no mistake about it though, I have no problem voicing my opinion whether that's behind a computer or face-to-face.

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  7. I have two different views on this. First one if she was a normal person I would be to be happy for her. But she does not live a normal life with cameras in her face and her families. SO my thoughts are this teen mom is suppose to be teaching the viewers at home the struggles of being a teen mom. How can teens believe there are so many struggles if these moms get paid like they do and make a decision to have another baby when they are preaching safe sex? It just seems hypocritical IMO. Hope her and her family the best. Teen mom does send the wrong message

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  8. Congrats to her, she is married and stable and has financial support, if she wants to have more kids all the power to her, i will be 25 with 2 if not more children, we are planning on having our second baby in a year or so, i will be 21 prolly when i give birth to our 2nd child.

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  9. I don't think she should be on the show anymore.... Teen Mom is supposed to show the struggles of being a teen parent, and here she is married with another on the way. At this point they should kick her off the show.

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    1. Ugh. I am so tired of these stupid posts about "teen mom is supposed to be ..." Unless you can point it out, I have never seen any guidelines for what teen mom is supposed to be like. Sure it is supposed to show the struggles of being a teen parent, but just because you are a teen parent doesn't mean that life has to be shitty! Many teen moms get married ... and have more kids! That's fact. So why should Leah be kicked off the show??? Unless it is in her contract to not get married or have more kids then she has every right to stay on the show.

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  10. I dont understand the negative post nor why people are so into her life? yes she is in the media, but that doesn't give you the right to judge. Im 24,i have a 6 yr old,4 yr old and a 2 yr old, been married since i was 18 & been with my husband since i was 16. I currently stay home with my kids,i love it, nothing is wrong with it. ((I did work,but i made the decision to stay home)) But she is married! & if her and her husband want and are having another child, you are no1 to judge.

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    1. Except Leah has only known her husband for less than a year and a half, and has been pregnant by him twice. You're also not in the media teaching girls to not get knocked up if you can't practice what you preach. There's nothing wrong with being a stay at home mom, but being completely reliant on her man will bite her in the ass when she chases this one away too.

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    2. Agreed and she sold this pregnancy story to the magazine so everyone saying who are we to judge? Well don't put your life out there..

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    3. I guess people just have to much time on their hands to pick at every little thing in someone else's life. Its sad honestly.. As long as she is a good mother and does what she is suppose to do, it shouldn't matter. The media only shows you certain things, anything to get people talking. So you guys are only judging by what you see in the media, doesn't mean its actually true, nor do you know what is actually going on in her life!

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    4. Of course the sold it to a magazine. Otherwise, someone else would out her, probably say awful things, and spread rumors. At least if she releases it, she has some control.

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  11. The reason why she is an IDIOT is because she has KNOWN Jeremy only a little over a year, and if the baby is due in the winter time, she is 4-5 months along, which means she got pregnant within a month or two after getting married. "Grown ups" don't need to depend on a man they have known a year, and "grown ups" plan for their future. When Jeremy divorces her one day, she will be left on her ass with no job experience, no education, and no money (on the welfare checks she disagrees with).

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    1. My parents were engaged within six months of knowing each other, and have been happily married for 22 years. Yes, it's sometimes a little foolish to rush into things like this, but considering none of us are Leah or Jeremy, and all we know of their relationship is what the tabloids tell us, we don't really have a good vantage point from which to judge. People need to climb the ladders down from their high horses and get over it.

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    2. Yeah, there's always that one case of, "my grandparents knew each other for like 2 hours and they're still married 65 years laterrr!!11!!oneone! " Truth is, that's not how it works for most girls. How many times does Leah have to learn the message to not rush through everything, and how many kids will she drag through the mud until she figures it out?

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    3. Well, if you want to leave your demeaning, condescending attitude out of this, that'd be great. My comment was completely coherent, so let's not liken to me to someone who can't properly hold the shift button while expressing their excitement.

      Truth is, it isn't your life. Leah and Jeremy are financially stable. How many times are you people going to shit on these girls before you realize that it isn't your place?

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    4. The "financially stable" bullsh*t drives me nuts. My mom gave this same excuse when people told her to figure her life and get an education before start having babies. When my dad left us, she had no money, no house, no education, no perspectives and two daughters to feed. And what happened to me is pretty much the rule, not the exception. My life was damaged because of my mother's poor decisions. Go figure.

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    5. Sounds like your dad was the one who f*ucked your family over for leaving. Wives put a trust in husbands to take care of the family while they stay home to raise young children. So that's your bad experiance. I stay home with my kids and yeah, if my husband left me I would be shit out of luck, right now. But I trust that he won't do that so I can raise our children so other random "care takers" don't have to. There is nothing wrong with having a system worked out in your family where one person stays home. When my kids are old enough that they can tell me that they are being treated right and are in school then I will start my carrer. I don't trust other people with my kids anyway. I love being a stay at home mom.

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    6. ^Lol at how you think you can protect your kids from any harm by other people, just because you're a stay at home mom. You are so damn naive about how the world works.

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    7. Anon @ 8.35- I think she meant she doesn't trust other people watching her children full time while she's at work, which is a very common reason for women who decide to be stay at home moms. I don't think there's anything wrong with it (though, as a nanny myself, I think some people just don't know the right people, and that's really disheartening). Obviously she knows she can't protect her kids from everyone, but she can do as much as she can, and it's great that she's in a position where she can stay home to be with her children all day.

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    8. ^Oh well yeah there's nothing wrong with that but the way she worded things made it sound as though she thought that she could protect her kids from everything. I think it's a little ridiculous when parents don't let go enough to allow their kids the benefits that going to a day care and being around other children their age provides, but if someone can stay home and they want to, then okay.

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    9. "Sounds like your dad was the one who f*ucked your family over for leaving."
      No, she is the one who chose to rush on pretty much everything in her life. I don't know, there's this strange concept that *maybe* you should know a guy before marry him, and *maybe* wait your relationship to be mature enough before start to having babies, and *maybe* to take advantage of pursuing a carreer, even if you wanna be a stay a home mom, to assure your future in case everything goes wrong. Yeah, my dad is a major douchebag, but my mom didn't even take the time to realize it.

      And needless to say, I wasn't raised at home by my mom. We were sent to daycare (and just to clarify, I have absolutely NOTHING against daycare/caregivers; my problem is with selfish moms). She obviously had to work to support us. Since she had no diploma, her income was too low. My grandparents, who were ready to retire, had to contribute financially. And so my uncle and aunt. We basically became a burden to our family, thanks to our mother.

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  12. She got on the show to show other young girls about the struggles. That does not mean that she needs to put her own life on hold because of it. She still has a life to live. Yes, she has happened to make a pretty good life for herself, but there is nothing wrong with that. Maybe not all teen moms have the same opportunities but that doesn't mean that we should fault her for getting her life together.

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    1. Personally, I don't think being 20 with 3 kids, 2 divorces, and no education is "getting your life together". I'm not jealous of her like you seem to think. I'm annoyed that she had such an opportunity to better herself and be a role model, but she threw it away. She could have gone to school and set a great example for viewers and her girls.

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    2. Or she could just live her life the way she wants to? There's a concept. She's on TV, but it's a reality show, and this is the reality of it. Sometimes young people make choices the general pubic doesn't agree with, but, and here comes the plot twist, it isn't our choice to make for them. I'm sure you've done things in your life that Leah (and plenty of others) wouldn't agree with. Maybe she could have gone on to be a better role model, but I think we've all lost sight of what Teen Mom actually is. It a show that follows some real life decision making in the lives of young mothers, and this is a common one. I'm sure they'll show Leah and Jeremy struggle a bit, and I'm sure the episodes dealing with her miscarriage will be tragic and shed some light on some devastating mishaps that can occur when one decides to get pregnant. Leah (and Maci) have both made it clear they want to have a few kids while they're relatively young in age, this isn't something new. I don't know why everyone's getting their panties in a twist over people we don't know.

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  13. God forbid we celebrate another person's happiness.

    I wish all the best to them. They're young and they may have made some mistakes, but there's no denying all the adults in Leah's daughters lives love and care about them dearly, and that counts for a lot.

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  14. The odds are against her again. She was pregnant by Corey within the first few months, married him and the marriage lasted less than a year. I think their total relationship length was less than 1.5 years total.

    Here she got pregnant by him within the first 6 months, engaged within a year and now onto her second pregnancy.

    She moves too fast. I wish she would use her head and think about her choices a little better. The odds are that they will be divorced within the next few years. Sorry but thats the facts when you jump into things.

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    1. Who cares what the odds are?! Just because the odds say they will be divorced within the next few years doesn't mean it is going ot happen.

      You also mention "I wish she would use her head and think about her choices a little better". I would bet my house that you have made a bad choice or a spontaneous choice a couple of times in your life. We are human ... we sometimes do not make the most rational choices. Maybe instead of critisizing someone you only know what tv and magazines portray, you should evaluate your life instead.

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  16. Just because she's married doesn't mean she makes good decisions!

    She had twins at 17...things happen. Leah and the babies' father became engaged, after a rather tumultuous first year in their relationship. She then cheats on Corey AGAIN, after having begged him to take her back the first time she cheated on him. The couple decide to marry anyway and make a big spectacle of themselves about it on reality television. Not surprisingly, they promptly get divorced after less than a year of marriage.

    Then she meets this Jeremy guy and quickly becomes pregnant. She marries him after a year or so of dating. Despite the fact that they’ve also broken up randomly over her supposed residual feelings for her ex husband. Now she’s pregnant once again. Perhaps after her first marriage she should try putting the work into her relationship with her husband and children before expanding their family. Or look into starting a career of her own so she may gain some independence should she and Jeremy not work out. I judge her because she has no problem judging others (I'm certain we all remember her extremely unfeeling and cold tweet with regards to the welfare system).

    Moral of the story: Leah doesn't learn from her mistakes. She's teaching young women to move at lightning speed in their relationships (she's a public figure after all). I find nothing impressive about being 20, married twice, two kids, a third on the way, no education or career to speak of, fully relying on a man. I don’t agree with her choices but that doesn’t mean I want anything bad to happen to her or her baby.

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    1. Why does everyone think it is so awful that's shes a stay at home mom. Maybe she plans in going to school when the kids are older. Maybe she's perfectly happy leting her husband work. Thats the problem with people now a days. A wife should never seek independance from her husband. Nor vise versa. A marriage is about relying on each other. You have no clue what marriage means. You think she should plan for a divorce. Thats awful. Screw her past screw the odds and screw how long they were together. You don't even know them. No one should ever plan to get a divorce.

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    2. I couldn't agree more.

      If everyone should be completely independent and enter into a marriage knowing that divorce is an option, no one should ever be married in the first place.

      Not only that, but why should it matter that she's young? Apparently her husband makes more than enough money to support them, and whether we agree with it or not, she makes money from doing Teen Mom, and seems to be capable of making that money last.

      Like her or hate her, she's going to do what she wants to do in her life, and she could be doing a hell of a lot worse things than taking care of her family, being married after dating someone for just a few months, and having more children.

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  17. Here's my take on this situation: Leah is free to make her own decisions, and I wish her and her babies well.

    As for all of the other people here that think it's right to belittle and demean Leah for her choices, get over yourselves. Have you made mistakes in your life that you would go back and change? Then zip it. I am sick and tired of people (mostly women) acting like other women that CHOOSE to be wives and mothers are somehow throwing their life down the drain. Yes Leah is young and this may not be the best decision for her, but it's HER LIFE and no amount of you people complaining about it is going to change her decisions. She apparently wants to be married and have a family. That is her main priority in life, and that doesn't make her any less of a human being. So stop deriding her for making choices that you personally wouldn't have made.

    And for the record, I am not in Leah's situation and have no reason to defend her other than that I am disgusted by the way women treat other women who choose to have a lot of kids. There's nothing wrong with that. I am 26 and have 1 child (2 yo) and am happily married to his father with no plans to have another child in the near future, but I still think it's wrong to constantly criticize women for making their own life choices. If she wants more kids, then that's what she should do. Some people just WANT a big family, and they don't want to be 50 when their kids graduate high school. Leah obviously wants to be married and have kids. Now go on about your life and stop being so cruel to her.

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  18. Oh I have no problem with the choices she makes in her life, I just don't personally believe she's setting a good example for teenage girls. My opinions are my own and I'm entitled to them. No where did I insult or bully Leah, I just disagree with what her choices are teaching the target audience of this show.

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    1. None of the teen mom girls are a good example for young girls. Maci is a drunk. Farrah is a plastic surgery nightmare. Catelynn smokes weed. Amber is in prison. Chelsea is constantly going back and forth with Adam. Jenelle needs no explanation. Kailyn is always fighting with Jo, cheating on guys.

      Kailyn and Catelynn are the best, but they still are not what I would call role models for young girls.

      Basically, none of them are role models, and if they were, they wouldn't be on teen mom because they wouldn't have enough drama to make ratings.

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  19. im excited for you and can't wait to see you guys on teen mom 2 aagain

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