Fans of “Teen Mom 2” star Kailyn Lowry revealed they have been involved about her youngsters after the mother-of-four talked about her residing scenario on her podcast, “Baby Mamas No Drama.” Lowry confessed she was primarily planning to maneuver out of her house construct earlier than it was even full, igniting chatter amongst viewers on Reddit.
Lowry confessed to co-host Vee Rivera — the stepmother of her oldest son, 11-year-old Isaac — that she loathed the counter tops within the new house. They weren’t her first, second and even third selection, however she was compelled to select a countertop that was in her funds in and inventory. Because of delays and worth hikes, the unique counter tops Lowry wished — pencil quartz — wouldn’t be accessible for six months. Instead, she selected to have waterfall island quartz.
“I hate them. I believe they appear to be s***. I believe it appears to be like like they’re soiled and I’m pissed,” she instructed Rivera. “So I’m hoping in two years — if I’m nonetheless on this home — that I can change the counters.”
Lowry, who’s $60,000 over her funds, added, “It appears to be like like my child took a marker to them and scribbled on them.”
The solely means she might get the certificates of occupancy to maneuver into the house was if it had counter tops. Instead of choosing one thing she did not like, nevertheless, Lowry might have opted for momentary tops.
“The different choice was for me to place plywood on as counters, for now, to get the Certificate of Occupancy after which wait till six months — however I’m gonna get slivers in my mouth making an attempt to cook dinner on plywood,” she stated.
“So that is the difficulty proper now and I do know it seems like first world issues however, you guys have to grasp, like, while you construct a home you are placing your total financial savings into this, you already know what I imply?” she added. “Like, it is a massive deal.”
Lowry Started the Process to Build a Second Home
Lowry, 29, has contacted her builder and picked out a brand new piece of property.
“I already texted Marcus to begin constructing one thing else,” she instructed Rivera. “I already picked out my plot of land and all the pieces. He despatched me the ground plans, I believe, three days in the past. It’s in a neighborhood, kinda like yours, the place it is solely 4 homes. It’s like that.”
Lowry and her 4 youngsters — Isaac, Lincoln, 7; Lux, 4; and Creed, 1 — have been supposed to maneuver into the brand new house in two weeks, however Lowry did not know if it was price it as a result of her bed room set will not be accessible till March 2022.
“however like, do I even hassle transferring in?” she requested Rivera. “But I have to promote my home earlier than the market begins taking place as a result of I wish to get probably the most for my home.”
Fans Worried Lowry Was Putting Her Sons in an Unstable Place
Fans on Reddit argued that Lowry was placing her youngsters in an unstable place by speaking about transferring out of a house earlier than they even moved into it.
“I purchased my first home ever somewhat over a yr in the past and I’m nonetheless careworn from the entire course of,” wrote one fan. “I can not think about how upsetting and chaotic that is for her youngsters. They have not even moved in and she or he’s already transferring out, mainly!”
“Why cannot she simply let her children have some stability and keep in a single rattling home,” one other particular person added.
Some folks, nevertheless, maintained that transferring has nothing to do with a baby’s stability.
“Unpopular opinion right here. A house doesn’t create stability. Your dad and mom do. I say this coming from rising up within the army and transferring each 2 to 4 years,” they stated. “If army children can transfer areas and need to go to completely different faculties and make completely different buddies and survive; then Kails children can transfer houses whereas staying in the identical faculties with their similar buddies and survive and thrive.”