Kailyn Lowry Claims Chris Lopez Has Barely Seen Their Newborn Son Since His Start: ‘It’s Been Tough’

Kailyn Lowry has revealed that her new child son Creed’s dad Chris Lopez has been primarily absent from his life ever for the reason that toddler’s July 30 arrival. Sadly, she says she ‘didn’t anticipate anything’ out of him.

Kailyn Lowry already had an thought of how concerned ex Chris Lopez could be with their second youngster, as they already share a two-year-old son Lux. Now that she’s given start to their second son on July 30, the Teen Mother 2 star says that historical past is repeating itself with Chris being absent from their new child Creed‘s life. The 28-year-old appeared on iHeartRadio’s The Domenick Nati Present on Sept. 1 and mentioned that Chris has solely briefly seen Creed at his start and solely as soon as proper after that.

When Domenick requested what Kailyn’s present standing is with Chris, she replied “We don’t talk in any respect. I don’t bear in mind the final time I heard from him. So he hasn’t seen Creed since he was born, possibly a pair days after. He noticed him when he was born and he noticed him shortly thereafter that week and he hasn’t seen him since.” You'll be able to take heed to Kail talk about this within the above video beginning on the 5:33 mark.

Kailyn Lowry and sons
Then-pregnant Kailyn Lowry takes her three sons procuring a Delaware Goal retailer in June 2020. Picture credit score: MEGA.

Since that is their second child, Kail hinted that she knew what she was in for with Chris’ alleged lack of involvement with their new son. “Yeah, so its been tough, however I didn’t anticipate anything,” she shared. Domenick then famous the irony of how Chris wasn’t supportive of Kailyn getting an abortion when she came upon she was pregnant once more, however that he additionally allegedly doesn’t wish to see his youngster now that he’s been born.

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Kailyn sighed and defined, “I don’t know what he needs, as a result of in my thoughts if you happen to needed to see him you'll ask. When you needed to be there you'll. I simply assume individuals do this they need and actions converse louder than phrases so he can go on Instagram reside all he needs and say that I maintain his youngsters from him or he needs to be there. However on the finish of the day, if that’s what he needed to do, he’s make that occur. He’s the one individual that may do or change that.”

Whereas they won't keep up a correspondence now, Kailyn and Chris had been when it got here to naming their new son. In an EXCLUSIVE interview with, Kailyn instructed us “I like the film Creed. And I seemed up the definition [of the word], which is guideline, and I like that, so it was only a title that I type of stored in my again pocket for some time. It wasn’t really my prime title [though].”

“I had one thing else in thoughts, however Chris didn’t comply with it in any respect. I ended up giving start and he didn’t seem like the title that I needed. And I [thought] he undoubtedly seems to be like a Creed,” Kailyn continued. She revealed to us that “I actually love the title Rome. However he didn’t seem like a Rome.” She may nonetheless use the title, because the MTV star says she hasn’t accomplished her household regardless of having 4 sons now. “No, I’m undoubtedly [not done] — I’ll nonetheless have extra,” she instructed us. So there’s nonetheless a risk she will use Rome once more!

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