TEEN Mom star Kailyn Lowry has shared a new photo of her youngest son Creed.
The 29-year-old reality star posted the adorable snap on Instagram whilst she enjoyed a picnic with her kids.
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The sweet shot showed the toddler eating as he sat on a grey picnic blanket.
Creed, nine months, is Kailyn's youngest son with ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez.
The former couple also share three-year-old son Lux, while Lincoln, seven, is from her relationship with Javi Marroquin.
Kailyn is also a proud mom to eldest son Isaac, 11, who she shares with Jo Rivera.
The family outing comes shortly after Kailyn opened up on her plans to have another child.
The MTV star recently revealed that she’s considering having a fifth and is going through egg retrieval process.
The TV personality told Us Weekly: "I don’t have any intentions any time soon to have more children, but 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."
On her podcast last month, Kailyn said she's really only freezing her kids in case she ends up with a partner who really wants "children of their own."
Meanwhile, earlier this month, the Teen Mom 2 star opened up about her egg retrieval process as she prepares for IVF.
She told fans: "So during this appointment [the doctor] was able to do what she had to do and then she let me know that I was scheduled for my sono next week, which is something they do with the uterus.
"This is where they're going to check my uterus because of my super heavy bleeding.
"I've had super super super heavy periods so they're going to check to see if there's anything abnormal going on in my uterus."
The reality star went on to explain more about her difficulties with PCOS, though she said she didn't experience complications with infertility as some women do.
Furthermore, Kailyn recently revealed she wants to legally cut ex Chris out of her sons' lives.
During an episode of her Baby Mamas No Drama podcast, she explained: "I have a huge problem with that [inconsistent fathers].
"The court system would rather see a father who will come and go as they please, in and out, inconsistencies for days, weeks, sometimes months…"
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