Yesterday, we brought you the shimmering gem of pure weirdness that Jenelle Evans’ commercial for a device meant to make the birthing process easier.
But while Jenelle is still happy to talk epidurals and episiotomies with all interested parties, it seems her birth canal is officially closed for business.
According to a recent interview, Jenelle and her fiance, David Eason, have mutually decided that there are no more babies in their future.
“David and I talked about it one day recently and how complicated things can get with Kaiser and Ensley together,” Evans recently told E! News.
“They remind us why we are done.”
It’s not hard to see how Jenelle and David may have come to the conclusion that they’re done plenty of breeding for one lifetime.
In addition to their one daughter together, they each have two kids from previous relationships.
Five kids isn’t quit Duggar-level procreating, but it’s important to remember that Jenelle is only 25, and considering she still doesn’t have custody of her eldest son, it’s probably a good idea for her to avoid spreading herself too thin.
Just a thought.
Jenelle says that despite the fact that he’s being pulled in 85 different directions, Eason is a caring and attentive father, who does more than his share around the house.
“David is amazing with my children,” Jenelle said.
“He’s not afraid to change dirty diapers. He loves to make sure to tell them the importance of school, staying out of trouble, worrying about being a kid.”
Sounds like Jenelle may have finally found the contentment that’s been eluding her all these years.
Not massing with the formula by closing down the baby factory might be a good way to ensure things remain as they are.
Of course, we would also recommend cutting ties with Teen Mom 2, so as to no longer be forced to meet the show’s annual drama quoatas, but we all know that’s never gonna happen.
Clearly, Jenelle would do anything for her kids and fiance …
… except, ya know, get like a real job.
Watch Teen Mom 2 online to remind yourself that Jenelle has never worked a full-time job for a paycheck.