Leah Messer is trying to prove she has overcome her bad mom ways with a family-fun getaway. But is her supermom act all for show? The Teen Mom 2 star took her daughters on vacation while filming for the upcoming season.
Messer commended herself on traveling across the county by herself with her daughters Ali and Aleeah, 6, and Adalynn, 3. The two-time divorcee brought her girls to Great Wolf Lodge in California.
The 25-year-old has been posting photos of the family's activities throughout the vacation.
Messer even took her daughters to get their nails done. "This was the highlight of our vacation," she captioned a photo of the ladies in matching pink robes. "Mommy & me manis & pedis."
But the vacation wasn't all fun and games, as Messer fought back against the airline breaking her daughter Ali's wheelchair. "How can you destroy a child's wheelchair and turn the other cheek?" Messer, whose daughter suffers from muscular dystrophy, wrote. "THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE!"
Despite praising herself for traveling alone with her daughters, the mother-of-three revealed MTV joined her for the vacation when she posted a photo of the crew. "Yoga on the Beach with @yogawithjenai was absolutely amazing," she wrote. "The girls loved loved it!! We will definitely be doing this again!"
The good mom act comes after Messer was criticized for her parenting skills last season. On the season premiere, Ali and Aleeah cried for their mother to make them breakfast before school. "But I want something," Aleeah screamed. "I don't trust you, take me back home. You're always worrying about everything else except for going to pick us up and giving us lunch."
Soon after the episode aired, Messer posted a photo of her daughter Addie eating breakfast. "Mommas baby wanted pancake and sausage on a stick, yogurt, and strawberries for breakfast," she captioned the snap. "She is so happy."
But according to her first ex-husband Corey Simms, Messer's behavior isn't an act. He exclusively told RadarOnline.com how co-parenting their twins has been going "extremely well." He even signed off on their trip from West Virginia to California.
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