Leah had tears streaming down her face as moving trucks pulled up in front of the house she shared with Corey, and she left with their twin girls!
Leah Messer, 19, is devastated. Even though the Teen Mom star filed for divorce from her husband of six months Corey Simms on April 15, it’s clear the raw emotions from the split are really getting to her.
A source close to the family says Ali is on the path to leading a happy and healthy life!
Contrary to previous reports, the developmental disabilities of Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer’s 1-year-old daughter Aliannah are less dire than previously believed! HollywoodLife.com spoke exclusively with a family member close to Leah and her husband Corey Simms, who says things are looking up for Ali’s health!
“We found out the other day that Ali is going to be perfectly fine, she just has to have some physical therapy,” the source says.
This is every mother’s nightmare—there’s something seriously wrong with Leah’s baby.
As fans of Teen Mom have seen, one of Leah Messer‘s twin daughters, Ali, just isn’t developing properly as she grows. “She doesn’t bear any weight on her legs at all and her hands don’t close,” Leah told the doctor on the Jan 18th episode. Now, according to a new report in OK! magazine, the adorable toddler’s doctors are saying she might never walk on her own! But why? According to a source close to Leah, for much of her pregnancy Ali’s twin sister, Alleeah, was lying on top of her, impeding her development. “Leah is terrified that she will never walk properly,” says the source.Read more on HollyBaby.com
Jake, we’ve picked two girls we think you’re going to LOVE — and both are blonde bombshells from California!
Hey Jake Pavelka, we have selected two girls we think will make your heart skip a beat: Sheila from San Juan Capistrano, Calif., and Ali from San Francisco, Calif. Physically, both girls are totally your type — blonde, blue-eyed, about 5′ 5 — but, their looks aren’t the only reasons why we think one of them is going to win you over. Both girls have a lot to offer — and one may just be your “dream girl!” Read