Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry shares sweet Mother’s Day video with four sons as star undergoes IVF for MORE kids

TEEN Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry shared an adorable Mother’s Day video to her Instagram page. 

The Teen Mom 2 star celebrated the special day with her four children; Isaac, 11, Lincoln, seven, Lux, three, and eight-month-old Creed. 

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Dressed in a colorful Def Leppard sweatshirt and black leggings, ‘More Than a Woman’ by The Bee Gees played over the video. 

In the video, Kailyn, 29, is seen playing catch with Lincoln, reading on her porch swing with Isaac, kissing her youngest son Creed and doing a fun handshake with Lux. 

She shared the video with her 4 million followers in honor of Mother's Day.

The mom-of-four may already have a big brood with four sons, but she recently admitted she might possibly welcome even more children one day. 

On the subject of having more kids in the future, the TV star left it open, saying: “Maybe. Maybe not. We’ll see.”

She told US Weekly: “I’m going through IVF and egg retrievals so that I can potentially have the chance in the future, if that’s what I want.”

The MTV star decided to go through IVF and egg retrieval after she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome.

The podcast host has been pretty open about her PCOS struggles as she revealed that she bled through her mattress and had her uterus checked which showed cysts on her ovaries. 

She has since been taking medication to treat the issue.

She also said she had her eggs frozen so that if she ends up with a partner who doesn't have children and wants their own, she would consider it. 

In April, Kailyn said she would not have another baby because her youngest son, Creed, is such a fussy child. 

She said: “Creed is the reason why I would have no more children."

Kailyn has previously stated that she receives zero financial support from her three baby daddies. 

She has quite a full house so there's no doubt there is never a quiet moment in Kailyn’s home. 

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