Categories

Aleeah's Growing Up! "Teen Mom 2" Leah Messer Tweets New Pic of Her Easter Bike

Getting ready to roll!

They really do grow up before our eyes, don’t they?

Seems like just yesterday that Teen Mom 2‘s Leah Messer was learning the ropes of motherhood after giving birth to twin daughters Ali and Aleeah. Now the girls are 2 and taking new steps toward independence – or, in this case, new wheels.

A few days ago, Leah confessed that she was spoiling her girls a little this Easter by buying them a pile of gifts, including their first set of matching training-wheel bikes.

Today, she tweeted this sweet picture of Aleeah trying out her bike for the first time.

Even though the toddler was only riding around the carpeted basement, Leah wisely made her wear her helmet. Safety first!

After a successful ride, Leah tweeted, “Yay!!! She loves it (((:”

She went on to promise to post pictures of Ali on Wednesday. Undoubtedly twin sis loves her bike, too – though it may take a little more time and effort for her to master the art of pedaling because of her developmental delays.

It’s been fun for Teen Mom fans to see all the children growing up before their eyes from squirmy infants to toddlers with personalities of their own. And while the moms are still dealing with personal issues and dramas as they find their way in the world, their pride in their sons and daughters never dims.

“I [love] seeing my two beautiful daughters with the biggest smile on their faces!” Leah tweeted on Monday. “They have the life I dreamed I had! <33 #AliandAleeah”

Are you looking forward to seeing Ali’s picture tomorrow?

[Photo: via Twitter]

Read more of Shana’s writing at Momsperiments.

And don’t miss a post! Follow Shana on Twitter!

Don’t miss the latest from Famecrawler like our Facebook page!

 

More on Babble:

So Bad, They’re Good! Famous Moms Who Love Playing Villains

Ricki Lake Elopes Congratulations!

“Real Housewives” Tweet Adorable Pictures of Their Kids!

Stripes and Baby Bumps! Which Pregnant Celebs Wore Them Best?

Tagged as: , ,

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.