Chelsea Houska: Look at My Brand New Baby’s Amazing Hair!

Chelsea Houska was presented with the most special birthday gift one could ever receive on Wednesday.

And here’s the thing: She gave it to herself!

(Okay, granted, husband Cole DaBoer played at least some role in the gift.)

We speak, of course, about Houska giving birth this week to her third child, a little girl named Layne.

This would be a monumental/exciting/blessed event for any young lady, of course, but it was made all the more special because Layne now shares a birthday with her own mother.

Chelsea turned 27 years old on Wednesday.

“Happy birthday to my sweet perfect wife Chelsea DeBoer who just gave our family this beautiful blessing!” wrote Cole as a caption to the picture below, recognizing this cool coincidence and adding:

“Sharing the same amazing day I am so in love with our family!

“Our newest edition Baby Layne!!”

Now, a day after posting this image with their followers, Chelsea and Cole have followed up with another snapshot of their newborn.

This one was published on her Instagram Story by Chelsea, who took note of one unique aspect as a caption to the photo.

“Look at that hair,” wrote an excited Houska at the bottom of the image, alongside a heart-eyes emoji.

Check it out here:

Chelsea and Cole are already proud parents to a 17-month old son named Watson Cole.

And Chelsea also has a daughter named Aubree Lind, courtesy of a previous relationship with Adam Lind, an ex that continues to (allegedly) break the law and end up in jail.

“I’m grateful that [Aubree] has someone like Cole, [someone] who has gone above and beyond,” Chelsea told Dr. Drew Pinksy just this past Monday on MTV’s Teen Mom 2 reunion special.

But she also admitted that Lind’s past will probably have some kind of effect on his daughter at some point.

“There’s no doubt that this has to hurt her, will hurt her, deep down someday,” she added on stage at this reunion.

But anyway.

We’re not here to talk about the past or about any other of Chelsea’s kids. Not right now at least.

We’re here to look forward to a hopefully very bright future for Houska, DaBoer and their new addition.

And maybe their future new additions?

We know, we know: they only just became parents again, but Chelsea did once say the following:

I just want so many baby Coles. I think it’d just be fun to have so many babies closer together.

[With Aubree and Watson] it was seven years before we had another kid. We need to just be patient, but I can’t help it.

Well, here you go, Chelsea! Congratulations!


Jenelle Evans: I Found a Brand New Way to Be a Bad Mom, Dude!

Is Jenelle Evans the worst mother on all of Teen Mom?

Could be, yeah.

She definitely has some competition in a franchise that also includes the likes of Amber Portwood and Farrah Abraham, but she’s the only one who’s been investigated by CPS this month, so …

Anyway, the point is that Jenelle is just not all that great at parenting, and she’s proved that many, many times over the years.

Remember when she had Jace and told her friends that having a baby was like being in jail, and then she said that she thought it’d be OK if she went out and partied all night because her newborn would be sleeping anyway?

Or when she signed over custody of Jace to her mom so she could smoke weed with Kieffer and get arrested a ton?

That kind of stuff happened eight years ago, but there are plenty of examples from this year to choose from as well.

For instance, all those child abuse allegations against Jenelle’s husband, David Eason.

Look, we could spend days going over all the horrible, awful things Jenelle has done as a parent — literal days, probably — but let’s just get down to business and talk about this new thing, all right?

Because this new thing Jenelle’s doing to fail at parenthood is illegal and also potentially life-threatening.

See, last year, before the swamp started eating her house, Jenelle decided to get a pool.

She’s shared a lot of pictures of it since then, and it does look pretty fun. The kids seem to enjoy it, which is nice, considering everything else that allegedly goes on out there.

But there is an issue: she’s never put a fence around the pool.

Her social media followers have been hounding her about this oversight ever since the pool came to be, so much that she’s actually commented on it.

All the way in September, she tweeted that “of course” she’d put a fence around it, with “a pull lock like at public pools.”

She added that “To get your permit approved for your pool you have to get a fence, also to protect wildlife.”

And yet here we are, nearly a year later, and does the pool have a fence?

You know good and well it does not.

This issue has been getting more attention lately, probably because Jenelle’s been posting more photos and videos featuring the pool now that it’s summertime.

Like this one, where you can clearly see that there’s no fence:

On that photo, she received comments like “Y’all need a fence around the pool b4 a child drowns idiots” and “I would rather fence in my pool than bury my child but I guess that’s bc I’m logical.”

One person advised her to “Put a safety fence up around that pool or just like that an accident with those children can happen in 

Another pointed out that “She doesn’t even know the first thing about carseat safety, why would she care about her kids drowning?”

Believe it or not, while Jenelle has tons and tons of haters, she also has some fans, and those people tried to defend her by saying she does have a fence around the yard — you can see it in the background.

It’s true, the fence is obviously there, but it fences in the entire backyard, so the kids can still go outside and directly to the pool.

And according to North Carolina state law, that’s simply not good enough.

Radar Online reached out to someone from the North Carolina building codes department, and that person confirmed that, legally speaking, you have to block off your pool.

According to the law, any kind of outdoor pool is required to have a barrier that meets certain standards.

There are lots of specific measurements that barrier must have — it has to be a certain height and in a certain position, that kind of thing.

But since Jenelle doesn’t have any barrier at all around her pool, that means she’s breaking the law.

Will anything come from this? Probably not.

After all, Jenelle’s done heroin, abused animals, and stolen her mother’s credit cards all on national television, and she’s never even been in jail.

Unless something terrible happens, we can’t imagine she’ll face any consequences for this.

But still … come on, Jenelle, do SOMETHING right.