'16 And Pregnant' Preview: Cleondra & Mario Fight Over Where Their Baby Lives!

Tue, May 17, 2011 5:11pm EDT by Add first Comment

On tonight’s episode of ’16 and Pregnant,’ Cleondra is fed up with her boyfriend Mario, who refuses to help out unless he can have the baby at home!

So far in season three of 16 and Pregnant, there have been some bitter stand-offs between teen moms and their baby daddys over where the best place to raise there baby is. In tonight’s episode, even though the couple lives across the street from one another, Mario refuses to help out with the baby unless she is under his roof.

“A mom can’t just be like, ‘Here take her.’ I can’t just let her go somewhere,” said an exasperated Cleondra, trying to explain why it’s so difficult for her to let her baby go to Mario’s house.

In addition to the turf war, other issues surface during the heated and expletive-filled lunch date. Mario is angry Cleondra lets other people help raise their baby, and refuses to let her stay the night at his house until she decides to move in with him. Cleondra is frustrated because she’s juggling raising a baby and trying to finish school, and Mario won’t help out.

Both of the parents seem immature, especially Mario for letting a housing situation dictate how he’s involved in his daughter’s life. Neither parent appears to be ready for the responsibility of a baby, and as a result their relationship is falling apart.

Tonight, relationships will be tested and fights will be had. Hopefully it will be more interesting than last week’s episode and these two parents can find a way to get over their egos and focus on raising their baby the best they can.

Tell us what you think? Do you think Cleondra should break-up with Mario because he refuses to help out?


Nicole Fukuoka

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