On the Feb. 25 episode of ‘Teen Mom 2’ a judge grants Kailyn Lowry permission to move out of state with her son, Isaac. Jo Rivera is also granted an extra night of visitation a month, but Kailyn is not happy that it interferes with him going to school.
Kailyn Lowry has enrolled her son Isaac Rivera in pre-school close to their new home in Delaware, but he has to spend nine nights a month out of state at his dad Jo Rivera‘s house. This is causing him to miss five days of school a month, and Kailyn is no longer feeling her custody agreement.
Kailyn Lowry — Isaac Misses School To Visit Jo
Kailyn Lowry, 21, sparked a custody battle over her son Isaac, 4, when she decided to move out of state to live with her husband, Javi Marroquin. Isaac’s father Jo Rivera took Kailyn to court to try and prevent the move, but ultimately the judge ruled that Kailyn was allowed to take Isaac with her. However, this agreement did not come without compromise. Jo was granted an extra night of visitation a month, meaning he would have Isaac nine nights a month. Since Kailyn enrolled Isaac in pre-school near their out-of-state home, he now misses five days of school a month. While speaking to Us Weekly for their Mar. 10 issue, and she reveals that she’s still not okay with the agreement.
“We disagree over Isaac’s pre-school. He’s missing five days a month to visit Jo because of the custody arrangement. I’m not happy,” she explained.
Isaac Is An Awesome Big Brother To Lincoln
During her interview, Kailyn also shared some happier news about her newborn son, Lincoln Marroquin. Lincoln was born on Nov. 16, and Kailyn shared that even though the labor was longer for him than for Isaac, it was still easier. And how is Isaac adjusting to being a big brother? Kailyn shared: “He loves Lincoln. Once, he took off Lincoln’s poopy diaper and started cleaning the mess!”
As for more kids, Kailyn has a plan. “I want to get a bachelor’s degree first, but I’d like one more. Then I’m done!”
Hey HollyMoms — What do you think about Kailyn’s plan to finish her education before having more kids? Let us know your thoughts!
— Lauren Cox