Teen Mom Catelynn Lowell slammed for 'whining' she can't go on trip with husband Tyler because she can't find babysitter
TEEN Mom fans came after Catelynn Lowell for 'whining' about not being able to get away with husband Tyler Baltierra because they couldn't find a babysitter for their children.
The incident in question took place during the most recent episode of Teen Mom OG.
Catelynn, 29, wanted to get away for a "babymoon" before welcoming her fourth and final child.
She and Tyler were seen discussing the challenges they faced with finding a babysitter.
Catelynn said: "I'm really hoping Tyler and I get away for a few days. But I just found out my mom can't watch the kids, so I'm hoping Tyler's mom can."
Tyler, 29, broke the news to her: "That ain't happening," adding that his mom had to work.
The Teen Mom OG star revealed that she had hoped his mom would at least take one of their kids, while her mom took another. Tyler told her, "we're not going on no vacation."
Catelynn was clearly disappointed, which fans took issue with.
The clip was posted on Instagram, where fans of the MTV show let Catelynn and Tyler have it.
One commenter wrote: "Grow up caitlyn. You don't need a vacation every five minutes. Honeymoon days are gone. You have a family now. Grow up"
Another added: "Such is the life of parenting."
A third fan echoed the earlier sentiment saying: "I think my husband and I have only been on one alone trip in 13 years since."
Another commenter wrote: "You guys only have rich people problems now and I can't relate"
It wasn't all negative, however.
A fan commented: "I’m very fortunate to have my mother & my in-laws bc those breaks are NEEDED. Whether you’re going on a 2 day vacay with your spouse, or just need a mental break for a day to yourself. Tyler is amazing! I hope Cate really sees how much he still tried to make her feel special."
Another added: "I have 4 kids and omg it's truly IMPOSSIBLE to get a babysitter. I can't even work a full time job because of it. It makes it really hard financially."
Catelynn and Tyler are no strangers to controversy.
Earlier this season, Catelynn faced backlash for wanting daughter Nova, six, in the delivery room for the birth of her youngest sister.
During the episode, the reality star reached out to costar Maci Bookout to discuss the experience, as she had eldest son Bentley in the delivery room when her youngest son, Maverick, was born.
Fans weren't keen on the idea, commenting on a clip from the episode: "Sounds traumatizing."
Another fan added: "With covid, they wouldn't allow it anyway so It seems like they had the conversation just to have something to film."
A third follower added: "I like that she's considering it, but I personally think 6 is still too young. Not because she's not smart enough to understand, but hearing your mom scream like that and seeing blood can be really stressful and scary as an adult let along 6 years old.
"She'd be happier in the waiting room with grandma and to come in after the baby is born and mom is ok."
Daughter Rya was born on August 28. Catelynn and Tyler have older daughters, Novalee and Vaeda, as well as a daughter named Carly who they placed for adoption.
Catelynn was slammed again for taking an interest in her younger brother Nick's sex life.
After the pair had a frank discussion about safe sex in an episode of Teen Mom OG, a viewer tweeted: "Catelynn leave your brother alone, this is hella awkward."
Others bashed her for making her brother's private life public on the show, writing: "Can Catelynn and her mom please stop discussing her brother's private life. It feels intrusive."
During the clip, Nick told Catelynn he wasn't have sex and promising not to have a child as a teen.
Catelynn expressed concern when her brother said he thought 20 was old enough to have a baby, urging him to go to college and have kids after.
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