That's What You Said...About Jenelle Evans' Choice To Have A Second Child

Every Friday we thumb through your comments from the most talked-about post of the week and highlight some of the best. Check out the latest That’s What You Said below, and make sure to add your own two cents!


First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a baby in a baby carriage? Not so for Jenelle Evans of "Teen Mom 2," who decided only two months into her relationship with her part-time model boyfriend, Nathan, that she was ready to have a second child. Understandably, her friend Tori voiced some serious concerns over how quickly Jenelle planned to expand her family -- including the fact that Jenelle was facing potential jail time -- but she and Nathan, who has a daughter with his ex-wife, already had their minds made up.

Jenelle and Nathan swore they were "financially stable" and "emotionally supportive" enough to parent a child together in our "Teen Mom 2 Featured Moment" video, and while some viewers agreed, others most definitely did not. Many shared their opinions about Jenelle's unorthodox course of action across the Shows Blog and Facebook -- check out some insightful input below, and be sure to keep the conversation going in the comments!

"I suppose that their reasoning makes sense. They are two people who met and realized they had a shared history and they shared the same philosophy; they say they never got to prove they could be good parents, so why not?" -- TriipyC99

"Don't get me wrong, she still doesn't make the best decisions, but she seems calmer and more clearheaded." -- Katy

"Jenelle jumps from guy to guy looking for love and stability...she should really get her life together and take care of Jace instead of bringing another human being in the world." -- Candi G.

"I just think she should be more focused on getting her son back before she jumps into having another baby." -- Jennifer F.

"She sure has matured a lot. I feel like this child will keep her sober." -- Ashley W.

"Nathan and Jenelle both had ample opportunities to be parents, and they chose not to be." -- MistressMidge

"I want to see her get her life together but she's making it that much harder on herself." -- Carla A.

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