Friday, January 13, 2023

Catelynn Baltierra writes a heartwarming message amid family drama

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Teen Mom star Catelynn Lowell Baltierra had a special message for her husband Tyler Baltierra when he turned 31 on January 12.

“Screaming Happy Birthday 🎈🎉 to the most amazing man in my life ❤️ You are so big hearted, caring, kind, loving and soooo special to me and the girls!!!” she wrote. “We adore you beyond words!!! 31 looks good on you my love!!!!

“Thank you baby, I love you so much!” Added Baltierra in the comments section.

Baltierra received congratulations from fellow Teen Mom stars including Cheyenne Floyd and Gary Shirley.

Lowell also posted a series of photos of her husband. The main image was an image Baltierra had taken of himself in the mirror.

The second picture showed Baltierra and Lowell together as they attended Cheyenne Floyd and Zach Davis’ California wedding in September.

The last picture is from a professional family photo shoot and shows Baltierra with his youngest daughter Rya Rose.

Lowell and Baltierra are one of the few couples in the Teen Mom universe who have been together since they were teenagers. In their 2009 episode of “16 and Pregnant,” MTV cameras followed them as they relinquished parental rights to their baby, a daughter named Carly, now 13.

They welcomed three other girls together: 8-year-old Nova, 3-year-old Vaeda and 1-year-old Rya Rose.

As revealed in Season 2 Episode 2 of “Teen Mom: Family Reunion,” Lowell tries to reconnect with her own mother, April Brockmiller.

Lowell and Brockmiller agreed to participate in a mud pit exercise. Lowell had a rope tied around her waist while standing knee-deep in a mud pit. Brockmiller was on the other end of the rope and aggressively pulled Lowell towards her as Lowell discussed their relationship.

“I’m tired of being the perfect kid. I’m tired of always being the one who has to have it together. And I’m sick of it,” Lowell said.

“I’m the one who doesn’t have problems,” she continued. “I’m the one who has something of a perfect relationship.”

“She’s the good guy,” Brockmiller said. “I need you though.”

Life coach Cheyenne Bryant, who was conducting the exercise, interrupted Brockmiller, who forcibly pulled Lowell toward her. She reminded Brockmiller to walk at Lowell’s pace.

The exercise ended with Brockmiller and Lowell hugging. Lowell told MTV cameras in a confessional that she felt “lighter” after the exercise.

In an Instagram post in December, Lowell shared a TikTok about getting away from “toxic” people.

“Everyone is talking about how to cut off a toxic parent or family member,” the post reads. “But no one talks about how triggering it is to see your friends with their healthy families over the holidays and the pain it causes.”

Lowell did not specify who she was referring to.

A subsequent post talked about childhood trauma.

“Thinking that my childhood didn’t affect me, but I can’t relax without feeling guilty and feeling like I need to be productive. I have abandonment and trust issues, I crave words of validation and approval,” the post reads. “I’m a people pleaser because I don’t want to upset anyone. I am overly independent and will not ask for help even if I am struggling.”

“Damn… we are NOT alone,” she added as a caption.

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