“No ma’am,” the reality star, 28, responded to Us Weekly after they asked if she was planning on expanding her family. “I love them and cheers to all the mamas of four, but whew, I’m done with the poopie diapers. I’m done with the spitup.”
“I love my nieces and nephews, but I’m like, ‘Oh I really don’t want to change that diaper. Nope. Not today,’” the blonde beauty joked.
However, the West Virginia native isn't ruling out adding another kiddo to her brood in the future. “I’m not saying that I never will. I don’t know. As of right now in my life at this very moment, no," she explained.
The MTV personality revealed that co-parenting amid the ongoing pandemic hasn't been easy, to say the least. “Corey was still working in the public and we were trying to just keep everyone safe and well, so the girls stayed with me for the first couple months at the beginning of COVID," she said.
“Then it was hard for them mentally because they were used to seeing their dad a week on and a week off or, during the summers, at least going and seeing him,” she added.
Of course, the former cheerleader wanted to make sure her girls saw their fathers during this difficult time, so she drove by her baby daddy's houses. "We didn't make it about us," she shared. "It was all about them and what was best for them."
Luckily, Messer has been able to coparent with Simms and his wife just fine. "Even being in quarantine — we haven't been going out as much because of Ali — so we've kind of stayed away from grocery stores and things like that," she told the outlet in April 2020. "And they have met us, we did drive by's and they waved at their dad and they see Miranda and Remi and their little sister. It's been going great."
Messer also touched upon how she gets along with both Simms and Calvert. "Jeremy and I have a different relationship than Corey and I, but we still all coparent well and, at the end of the day, the kids are our first priority all the time," she said. "Jeremy is a great, great guy. We're great friends, but any more than that, it doesn't align with my life. I don't know what he's thinking, but we are perfectly happy the way things are."
Meanwhile, Messer admitted she is "dating a bunch of people" and "doing my thing." Right now, she is "perfectly content" with her love life.
Season 10 of Teen Mom 2 is set to return to MTV on Tuesday, September 1, at 8 p.m. ET.