In Lowry’s book, she explained how Lopez never left her side and stayed with her in the hospital when they welcomed son Lux, 1. “We tried to get back together and work things out, but it only lasted for about a month,” Lowry wrote in Letters of Love, which is available for pre-order. “After that time of being together, we didn’t speak for a period of eight months.”
She then explained how in the first six weeks of their son Lux’s birth, she was “hurt in so many ways.” “I’ve had my bedroom window broken while the baby was asleep with me in the room,” she confessed. “My back door had been broken while all of my kids were at home.”
She added how Lopez was even verbally abusive. “I’ve had s**t about me told to my children," she said. "I don’t care if the baby is six weeks or six years old, a dad should not talk down about the mother of his child.”
She was also forced to take care of their son financially on their own. “I’ve been left to take care of everything," she said. "Even the responsibility for all of the baby formula was left up to me. I kind of knew that this would be a possibility, but I guess I just wanted to be proved wrong. Because I can be totally responsible for our child doesn’t mean that I should take care of everything.”
She continued that while she doesn’t want to cut Lopez out of their son Lux’s life, she is the one left to “do all of the hard work.” “I’m up with him at all hours of the night,” she penned. “I’m bringing him everywhere I go. Why should I give up my holidays or other milestones with our child? I shouldn’t because I take on all of the responsibilities; therefore, I feel like I should get all of the rewards.”
But it appears the two have reconciled, as Lowry, who is also mother to Isaac, 8, and Lincoln, 4, from previous relationships, reunited for Lux’s first birthday in August.
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