Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer took to Instagram on March 1, where she revealed a photo of someone who warms her heart.
“One of the three smiles that warms my heart more than anything ever could in this world! #MyBaby #AdalynnFaith #AAA,” Leah Messer captioned her photo, which featured her youngest daughter, Adalynn Faith Calvert.
“Awh baby girl is so beautiful love and miss her bunches,” Jeremy Calvert responded.
— People Magazine (@people) February 22, 2016
Leah Messer and Calvert welcomed daughter Adalynn in February 2013, less than one year after they tied the knot. Then, in October 2014, the couple went their separate ways amid allegations of infidelity. At the time of Leah Messer’s alleged affair with Robbie Kidd, which Calvert announced to fans on Twitter, the reality star and mother of three denied the allegations, claiming her then-husband had simply been talked into believing a rumor, but weeks later, Calvert filed documents to end their marriage, and in June 2015, their divorce was finalized.
The divorce marked the second for Leah Messer, who was married for months to Corey Simms before they parted ways after she admitted to cheating on Simms just days before they wed with Kidd.
‘Teen Mom 2’ Leah Messer’s custody battle explained: Why did she lose her kids? https://t.co/88NzYCvQWZ
— MTV Teen Mom (@TeenMomGossip) February 23, 2016
In just weeks, Leah Messer and both of her ex-husbands will be appearing in the seventh season of Teen Mom 2, which will feature a number of key moments for the group, including a custody battle between Messer and Simms, and the debut of Calvert’s relationship with Brooke Wehr. Although Leah Messer was also dating during filming, it’s hard to say whether or not T.R. Dues will be seen, as she chose to keep him away from filming during Season 6.
In October of last year, after Simms filed for full custody in 2014 amid rumors of possible drug abuse, Simms was awarded as the primary custodian of Leah Messer’s twin girls, Ali and Aleeah, 6. According to an In Touch Weekly report at the time, Messer was left with just weekends with her girls after she was allegedly unable to get her children to school on time.
Corey Simms, “was awarded primary custody, effective immediately” on October 13, a source revealed to the magazine. “[Leah Messer] only gets the girls on the weekends now… The judge looked at the girls’ school records, which show that they’ve been late for school, and made the change in custody.”
Also in the report, Leah Messer was accused of neglecting her youngest child, prompting Calvert to consider following in Simms’ footsteps, and filing for full custody of Adalynn.
“Everyone is very worried about Addie. She recently wandered out of the house while Leah was distracted,” claimed a family insider. “Thankfully, a police officer found Addie and brought her back home. If [Jeremy] can find [a job] nearby, he’ll go for the same custody arrangement that Corey did.”
While things with Leah Messer didn’t appear to be going well at that time, she has appeared to take a turn in the right direction in the months that have followed, and in January, she and Simms appeared in court, where they were able to come to an agreement for joint custody. As Us Weekly reported, Leah Messer now has her children from Thursday until Sunday, with Simms caring for them during the remainder of the week, and during one weekend each month.
For more of Leah Messer and her family, don’t miss the season seven premiere of Teen Mom 2, airing on MTV on Monday, March 21, at 10 p.m.
[Photo via Leah Messer/Facebook]