Teen Mom fans slam Kailyn Lowry as 'horrible' for refusing to give her four sons any Christmas presents

TEEN Mom fans let Kailyn Lowry hear it as she was slammed as "horrible" for refusing to give her four sons any Christmas presents.

The MTV star has four children from three different relationships and has been quite open about her co-parenting experiences.

It all kicked off when Kailyn, 29, asked fans to send her questions via Instagram as one asked: "Do you get your dogs Christmas presents like I do?"

The TV personality was quick to reply: "I don't even get my kids Christmas presents."

However, that turned some heads as people sought to get some clearance as one fan asked: "How do you explain to a child that Santa comes to every house but their mom's…?

She replied: "Some of you are curious and some of you are really upset about this.

"Just know my kids are not going without. Let them have something they only do at their dads."

The reality star went into more detail in another Story as she shared a photo of her four boys and wrote: "I have gone over this many times, but I got tired of fighting with the dads about it and gave it up.

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"Every time I got the kids for Christmas my other family members were on opposite years with their families/kids and we started doing big vacations about five years ago.

"So Christmas can be with their dads and they don't have to worry about splitting it, and they look forward to our family vacation every year."

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She added: "My kids don't want or need for anything and I am thankful for that. Maybe one day we will celebration without gifts on another day."


However, not all fans were on board with this as they shared their reactions after Kailyn's Stories were reposted on Teen Mom Instagram accounts.

One wrote: "This is stupid," while another added, "what a horrible thing to do – vacation or not, Christmas is Christmas."

A third chimed in: "That's a bad mom. She needs to get her boys something."

While one said: "Sorry I disagree. You have kids and it’s Christmas. They should switch years like millions of other parents do… Sounds like a cop out."

Not all responses were negative, though, as some applauded Kailyn.

"Makes perfect sense to me as a matter fact I’m doing the same!" one wrote, as another added, "Makes sense when you have so many baby daddies, it probably gets pretty hectic.."

The Teen Mom 2 star shares 11-year-old son Issac with ex Jo Rivera, 8-year-old Lincoln with Javi Marroquin, and Lux, four, and Creed, one, with Chris Lopez.

This isn't the first time that Kailyn has seen backlash for her Christmas habits as last month she shared: "Can't remember the last time I did Christmas."

She then once again explained her reasoning.


Aside from dealing from fan criticism, Kailyn has been feuding with her ex Chris, who recently welcomed his third child with a new partner.

Chris shared on his P.T.S.D podcast: "I love being a dad, I promise you. I experience more with the third one than I have with the others. It feels crazy, it feels good.

"I got to be a part of it more than I ever have."

He then slammed Kailyn for announcing that he was going to be having a child with his baby mama, accusing her of trying to "destroy" his "peace."

Chris added: "I'm just trying to be as peaceful as possible. Leave me the f**k alone."

Previously, Kailyn claimed her costar Briana DeJesus and Chris "f**ked" and he admitted they spent a steamy weekend in Miami together back in April.

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