Sometimes it’s easy to forget that Jenelle Evans and her kids are pretty normal, but she reminded fans that they’re just your average American family on Oct. 16, when she shared a sweet moment from her son Jace’s recent Boy Scout accomplishment. ** Watch the video below to see her sweet message about her son.**
Jenelle wasn’t the only one with Jace on his boy scout camping trip. Her new husband David Eason was also on hand, and she wanted to make sure the world knew it. “Thank you so much babe for being there for Jace,” wrote Jenelle on a picture of David kneeling with Jace while he shot a BB gun. “When all the dads were helping out their kids, @easondavid88 stepped right in. Wish I knew what I was doing when it comes to BB guns. ? This weekend was a blast! ???.” Usually Nathan Griffith is the one that Jenelle shades for not being there for his child, but this post definitely seems to be taking aim at Andrew Lewis.
The boy scout trip proved to be a blast for the whole family! Kaiser Griffith was also in tow, and Jenelle posted a precious photo of the three-year-old doing arts and crafts next to his big brother. “Kai also joined us on our camping weekend. He got to paint some pumpkins with his big bro,” she wrote. It looks like baby Ensley had to sit this one out, unfortunately.
Jenelle seems to be working overtime to prove that both she and David are great parents to to her sons, especially after her ex Nathan teased that they might be in “huge legal trouble” on Twitter. Fans think his cryptic post might be referring to the fact that David seemed to be very aggressive with Kaiser in a recent episode of Teen Mom 2, and since he’s on probation for violating a protective order with his own son, he could get in trouble if the court felt like he was being abusive to Jenelle’s kids. However, her boys certainly look happy enough on their camping trip!
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