Leah Messer: How Ali’s Muscular Dystrophy Affects Her Twin Sister

Tue, January 28, 2014 9:02am EDT by 8 Comments
Leah Messer Daughter Aleeah
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Donna Martin

Posted at 5:08 PM on February 19, 2014  

Arsehole

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snackscz

Posted at 10:14 PM on February 18, 2014  

Dude Im guessing you don’t get much love or attention. You are the type of scum that should do society a favor and kill yourself.

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Gracie Cappetto

Posted at 3:59 AM on February 6, 2014  

Did your mommy not show you enough love or something? How can you say such vile, disgusting things about a little girl?

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Gracie Cappetto

Posted at 3:56 AM on February 6, 2014  

What the hell is wrong with you? The statements that you have had are despicable.

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Tricia

Posted at 5:28 PM on February 1, 2014  

Leah and Jeremy do an incredible job caring for Aliannah and Aleeah! I have never seen a young mother handle her child’s different abilities and capabilities so maturely and lovingly in all my life. Having a loved one with disabilities is difficult to begin with, but with Ali being so young it really tears at your heart to see what their whole family goes through. Thank God that Aliannah has the social support system that she does, and I’m sure Aleeah getting special lessons and special Aleeah time will work on her behavioral outbursts! It’s just hard because at four years old, Aleeah does not understand her sister isn’t getting special treatment, she’s getting help and painful therapies because she is not as physically able as her. Great Job Leah and Jeremy!

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Helen B. Burdick (@HelenBBurdick)

Posted at 11:43 PM on January 28, 2014  

мʏ ɴɛιɢнвօʀ’ѕ мօм мαĸɛѕ օɴ тнɛ ιɴтɛʀɴɛт. ѕнɛ нαѕ вɛɛɴ ғιʀɛɖ ғʀօм աօʀĸ ғօʀ 8 мօɴтнѕ вυт ʟαѕт мօɴтн нɛʀ քαʏмɛɴт աαѕ ʝυѕт աօʀĸιɴɢ օɴ тнɛ ιɴтɛʀɴɛт ғօʀ α ғɛա нօυʀѕ. ʟɛαʀɴ тнιѕ нɛʀɛ ɴօա>>> F­­B­3­9­.­ℭ­O­M

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b

Posted at 9:15 PM on January 28, 2014  

They each should make a time to spend with the one who feels neglected

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Bluie ivz

Posted at 12:47 PM on January 28, 2014  

She doing what she can do for her twins girls and their father Cory should be involve too in their life while she have the other baby with her second husband jemery

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