Kailyn Lowry is apologizing to her three sons for her mistakes over the years by writing a book dedicated to them. The Teen Mom 2 star is opening up about her latest tell-all book exclusively to RadarOnline.com.
"The book was an apology letter to Lux for basically the mess he was born into and how bad I feel," Lowry, 25, told Radar. "But now it's to all three of them."
The mother of Isaac with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera, Lincoln with ex-husband Javi Marroquin and Lux with ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez, continued, "I feel bad and I'm nervous about how a lot of my decisions will impact them or affect them. So I'm apologizing to all of them and I want them to know how much I love them and I'm working now to pick up the pieces."
Lowry explained over Twitter that she's struggling to come up with the title for her latest book because "this one means so much."
This will be Lowry's third book. She wrote two memoirs, Pride Over Pity and Hustle and Heart, and a children's book, Love is Bubblegum.
As Radar readers know, Lowry announced her divorce from her ex-husband Marroquin in May 2016.
Their split was tumultuous, as they accused each other of cheating. They got into a blowout fight in front of Lowry's son Isaac, which was caught on camera for Teen Mom 2. She even filed a protection from abuse order against him for showing up to her home aggressively. The PFA was later dropped.
She then welcomed her son Lux in August 2017 with on-again, off-again boyfriend Chris Lopez. Although Lopez was involved in the beginning, she banned him from seeing their son because he refused to acknowledge paternity.
"My guess is he won't acknowledge paternity so she can't file for child support," an insider close to Lowry told Radar. "They give a form in the hospital, but he didn't sign it."
The insider continued, "Her lawyer drew something up and they are going through the court because he doesn't have any rights to Lux without signing. He's not seeing the baby right now for those reasons."
Lowry even filed to change her son's last name from Lopez to Lowry on November 13, 2017.
Lopez now has visitation with their son.
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