He’s missing his baby boy! Kailyn Lowry has had a complicated relationship with her baby daddy Chris Lopez, but that didn’t stop him from bonding with their newborn son, Lux. Now that Kail is in LA filming the Teen Mom 2 reunion special this weekend, Chris is really missing his baby boy, so he took to Twitter to open up about it. Watch the video below to see Chris’ tweet.

Aww! It was such a sweet, public acknowledgment from Chris — who isn’t necessarily a man of many words. He also tries to stay out of the spotlight, but being a reality TV star’s baby daddy will definitely attract some unsolicited comments from fans and haters. “Pathetic…if you wanted Lux you would have him….Jo has some custody over Isaac. And Javi speaks up when it comes to Lincoln,” one fan pointed out, and another noted, “He doesn’t miss [you]. She said you’re a deadbeat.”

Whether that’s true or not remains unclear, but it seems like Chris is looking to take legal action in order to ensure that he’ll get to see his son more often. Back in August, sources revealed to Hollywood Life that Chris’ mother is pushing him to file for full-time custody of baby Lux, but he doesn’t seem to keen on getting involved in a custody battle with his baby mama just yet.

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Getting a nice family pic with 3 kids isn’t always as easy as one may think 😂 baby Lo is 8 weeks old today & he got to experience his first fall festival 🎃💕

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“Chris has no desire to try and take his kid away from Kailyn, but his mom is concerned about visitation rights,” the source revealed. The insider claimed that the reason why Chris’ mom wants her son to have full custody of her grandson is because she doesn’t approve of Kailyn’s “lifestyle and the fact that she has three children from three fathers. Chris’s mom really wants [Lux] to be raised by her family and standards.”

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