‘Teen Mom OG’ star Caetlynn Baltierra revealed that she found out about her pregnancy with her fourth child last month, but suffered from a miscarriage day’s later.
Baltierra announced the pregnancy and the miscarriage through her Instagram on Tuesday, December 8th. Baltierra shared a photo of her pregnancy test as well as pictures of her husband Tyler Baltierra. Her caption read:
“I WAS Pregnant and excited to share it with all of you and I am heartbroken to reveal that I lost the baby. My statement is on the #LinkInBio and I am sharing this to let you know you are not alone. We are all in this together and everyone experiences pain, loss, and the recovery from it and I am still in the thick of dealing with this loss as it was recent and all the emotional trauma that follows such a loss in an already horrifically hard year. Thank you in advance for your prayers, love, and support. Know that I’m there for you and care as much as you guys are there to support me. I opened up about this only to help those who are experiencing the same thing to know that there’s someone else every day experiencing this. This was painful to share... but again, you’re not alone. 🙏💔”
Fan’s showed their love and support for Baltierra and her family. Baltierra thanked her fans in advance for their “prayers, love, and support,” saying that she was also there for anyone going through a similar situation.
Baltierra elaborated that they found out about the pregnancy three days before Thanksgiving and that her and the family were beyond excited for the news. Unfortunately they found out they lost the baby on Thanksgiving day.
Baltierra also suffered a miscarriage back in 2017 and stated that her head is in a slightly better place this time around.
Baltierra closed with: “I know that when the time is right it will happen and everything in life has a plan and a destiny. Now we have two beautiful angels watching over us and our children.”
Catelynn and Tyler are the parents of Novalee, 5, and Vaeda, 21 months. They are also the parents of Carly, 11 who they gave up for adoption in 2009.