Kailyn Lowry's Ex Chris Lopez Appears On 'Teen Mom 2' For The First Time

It's Kailyn Lowry's big night! The mother-of-three celebrated the launch of her extremely successful hair product line, Pothead. She admitted she was a bit scared that nobody would show up, but it turned out to be quite a party. Surrounded by her friends and family, she celebrated the night away and was very happy with the outcome, but she was even happier when her ex and third baby daddy Chris Lopez showed up to the event. The two shared a passionate kiss and exchanged a few sweet words. After an incredible night, Kailyn explained to her half-sister, Mikaila, that she isn't sure about her future with Chris.

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Briana DeJesus attempted to fix her daughter Stella's relationship with her dad Luis since he moved back to Florida. The mother-of-two has always been open about how she wants both of her daughters to have their fathers in their lives, so now that Luis is living closer, Briana made an effort. The two met up at a park to spend some quality time together, but it didn't go over so well. It was a step, but little Stella wasn't thrilled to be there with her dad.

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Leah Messer had a lot of celebrating to do! The mother-of-three threw a birthday bash for her 9-year-old twins, Ali and Aleeah. Luckily, she had some help planning this party, her boyfriend Jason Jordan. The party was a success and the entire group had a lot of fun.

Chelsea Houska's daughter is growing up! Aubree had her first major school project and it was a total success!

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