Kailyn Lowry has been posting a ton of pics of her third son, Baby Lo, since his August 5 birth, but there’s still always room for a professional photoshoot! The Teen Mom 2 star shared tons of behind-the-scenes glimpses at her youngest child’s newborn shoot, which of course had big brothers Isaac, 7, and Lincoln, 3 in on the fun, too. Click through the behind-the-scenes snaps above to see the sweet family pics, and stay tuned for more when the finished products come out soon!
Kailyn Lowry Responds to Fans Hating on Her For Still Not Picking a Baby NameNot yet knowing the name of Kailyn Lowry’s baby is legitimately keeping us up at night these days. The Teen Mom 2 star’s third son is already over two weeks old and has no name yet, even though there are photos of him galore! So what’s the hold up, and how does Kail feel about people hating on her for waiting so long to name him?
‘Teen Mom 2′ Recap: Jenelle and Javi Blame Each Other for Leaking Kailyn’s Pregnancy NewsBack in February, a huge Twitter feud erupted between Kailyn Lowry, Javi Marroquin and Jenelle Evans, when the latter two Teen Mom 2 stars accused each other of leaking Kail's big pregnancy secret to the public. Tonight on the show, we watch the drama unfold behind-the-scenes — and holy crap, is there a lot to unpack here. What's that Kail says about naked photos of her ex?!
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Selecting a term
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