Leah Messer and her ex-husband, Corey Simms, recently embarked on a new child custody agreement for their twin girls, and judging by the looks of things, they have adjusted to the new arrangement quite nicely. Ahead of the Teen Mom 2 Season 7 premiere, Leah Messer spent the weekend with her three daughters as Simms and his wife, Miranda, enjoyed their new bundle of joy, baby Remington Monroe Simms.
For the first time in a very long time, things are looking up for Leah Messer. Last month, Leah regained custody… https://t.co/wuPM3dRH9e
— HealthWealthWorld (@Health_Wealth09) March 1, 2016
On March 12, Leah Messer shared a couple of photos of herself and her three daughters, including Ali and Aleeah Simms, 6, and Adalynn Calvert, 3, on Facebook, and in the photos, the three girls could be seen posing with Leah Messer in sweet dresses for Easter, as well as a few umbrellas, as cameras snapped their photos.
Meanwhile, Simms returned to Twitter for the first time in several months, where he shared a photo of his third daughter, whose nickname is Remi.
— Corey Simms (@coreysimmsMTV) March 14, 2016
Simms and his wife, Miranda, welcomed their first child together in November of last year, nearly two months prior to the baby’s due date. However, while many premature babies are faced with complications, Simms and his family assured fans online that she was well, and within weeks, she was at home with her parents.
Since Leah Messer’s first husband returned to Twitter, he’s been fairly active with fans, tweeting about his daily activities and even sharing a few re-tweets of photos shared by his father, Jeff Simms. Most recently, he posted a message about his weekend with Miranda and the twins, which involved a trip to the mall.
“At the mall wth @mirandabridget and the girls,” he wrote. “The girls are 6 but act 16. #outnumbered #justice #shopping #divas.”
Prior to deactivating his Twitter account last year, following the sixth season of Teen Mom 2, Simms had been seen on the show confronting Leah Messer about her alleged addiction to drugs. After facing backlash from fans, Simms attempted to defend his comments before ultimately deciding to take a break from social media.
“Idk why I’m tweeting this because I honestly do not care what people think or what they say about me but anyways. There is a reason for everything that Miranda and myself have said or done,” he wrote, as The Inquisitr previously revealed. “We simply want the girls to grow up in a safe and healthy environment. There is a lot of things that has been told to us by very close members of her family that lead us to believe the things being told are very much true. If we didn’t care about the girls or the situation we would obviously not have anything to say or do about it.”
At the end of last year, after Leah Messer spent 30 days at a treatment center in Arizona, the reality star and mother of three lost custody of her two oldest children, only to regain partial custody of the girls two months later. As Us Weekly revealed at the time, Leah Messer and Simms returned to court in January, where they were able to come up with a joint agreement for their children, which involved Leah Messer having the twins from Thursday until Sunday, and pitching in for 50 percent of each of their bills.
For more of Leah Messer and her family, as well as Corey Simms and his family, tune into the seventh season premiere of Teen Mom 2, airing on Monday, March 21, at 10 p.m. on MTV.
[Photo via Leah Messer/Facebook]