Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry's baby daddy Chris Lopez admits co-parenting with star has 'its ups & downs' amid nasty feud

TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry's baby daddy Chris Lopez admitted on social media that co-parenting with the reality star has had "its ups and downs" amid their nasty feud.

Chris, 27, held an Instagram Q&A session with his followers. 

In the Instagram Story, a Teen Mom 2 fan asked: "Is it easy co-parenting? Or sometimes is it hard?"

Chris confessed that co-parenting had its share of "ups and downs."

The reality star realized that he was "just learning as I go."

Kailyn, 29, shares sons Lux, four, and Creed, one, with her former partner.

She also has Isaac, 11, with Jo Rivera and Lincoln seven, with Javi Marroquin. 


Recently, the MTV star had been replying to the comments left by fans on her on the TikTok video she had posted which had her claiming she doesn't wanna be a man's second baby mama.

One mentioned: "Nothing wrong with being second baby mom. He obviously didn't get it right with you." 

Kailyn replied: "But they always come back."


Previously, on her podcast Baby Mamas No Drama, the star had seemingly slammed Chris' baby mama after she had revealed that he was expecting another child.

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She said: "I do not want to deal with cheating, lying, wondering what you're doing with your baby mama.

"I don't want to get to know your baby mama. I don't care about your baby mama, I don't want to be involved, I don't want s**t to do with it."


In October, Kailyn ranted about Chris while he was reportedly on vacation in Florida with his friends. 

The TV personality ranted: "You should take care of your financial obligations to your children before going on a trip to Miami.

"You should respond to text messages about medical bills that are unpaid, you should respond to anything that your kid might need before you leave."

She continued: "Just because I have it financially does mean that I should be responsible by myself."

Kailyn concluded: "So as a parent if you’re planning on going out, make sure that your kids are taken care of first."

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