Major congratulations are in order for Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry who welcomed her third baby at the weekend.

 

The 25-year-old has given birth to a third boy but hasn’t decided on a name yet.

 

She already has two older sons, Isaac, seven and Lincoln, three, from her previous relationships with Jo Rivera and Javi Marroquin.

 

Kailyn revealed her good news on Twitter, tweeting “Mother of boys” followed by a blue heart emoji.

 

According to Radar Online, Kailyn gave birth at 3am on August 5. Her bouncing baby weighed in at a healthy seven pounds, fifteen ounces.

 

She later revealed she hadn’t thought of a name for the little one in response to her fans’ enquiries.

 

 

Had fun with my boys tonight 

A post shared by Kailyn Lowry (@kaillowry) on

 

“Still trying to think of one. I’m overthinking it”, she tweeted last night.

 

In February Kailyn revealed she was expecting a new arrival with her ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez.

 

“This was the choice I made,” she wrote on her personal blog. “This is the baby I thought I wasn’t sure if I could have. I know this isn’t an ideal situation but I know everything will be okay. Having another child is something I am so happy about and I just can’t wait.

 

"My boys are so excited, those who love me are so excited, and I hope that everyone can just be happy for me during this time”.

 

Kailyn had kept her pregnancy secret for some time as she was worried about having a miscarriage.

 

 

"Why did I wait? I’ve had a lot of health complications leading up to this pregnancy, and I was not ready just yet being that I am so high risk with this pregnancy,” she explained.

 

"I didn’t want to announce just to have another miscarriage and suffer through another grief."
 

Kailyn sadly suffered a miscarriage in 2015 while she was married to former husband, Javi Marroquin.

 

Congratulations to Kailyn, hopefully, she will share the new baby’s name and some photos soon.

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