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'Teen Mom' Dad Tyler Baltierra Talks About Reclaiming Daughter Carly As His Own

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'Teen Mom' Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell.

I’ve always tried to watch Teen Mom with an open mind, knowing these “stars” are simply teenagers. And sometimes the words that come out of their mouths are not entirely how an adult would feel.

What seems to always frustrate me is how Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell talk about their daughter Carly, whom they gave up for adoption, as if she was still an integral part of their lives. Sure, she will always be your daughter – by birth. But when you decided to give your daughter up for adoption, you gave up any rights to have a relationship with her. So why on Earth you would expect her to be at your high school graduation is beyond me.

And the blankets with oversized Carly face photos need to go as well. Why torture yourself? And it screams immaturity as the loudest volume. Of course we can’t forget about the fact that Tyler and Catelynn were evicted from their home in December 2010, which whether or not it has been filmed, has definitely not aired yet.

So with all of this in mind, I’ve always wondered if Tyler and Catelynn would ever try to reclaim Carly as their own and pull her away from her adoptive parents Teresa and Brandon.

Luckily, Tyler has recently shot down those claims on his personal twitter account. I assume this is because, like myself, many fans have wondered the same though and peronsally asked Baltierra themselves.

Baltierra says, “@SportyChicc602 nope, I would never do that to Carly, she loves HER parents, her REAL parents Brandon and Teresa.”

Well, that seems to be the most mature thing I’ve ever heard come from one of these cast members. What do you think?

[Photo via Twitter.]

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