Let’s see that face, Mackenzie Edwards! The maybe, possibly Teen Mom 2 star took to Instagram on Sunday, Nov. 18, to share a sweet pic with her newborn son — er, sort of. Mack’s baby boy, Jagger — whom she shares with her husband, Ryan — was born over a month ago, but fans have yet to see his face.

“So much fun with my snuggly baby bear today in NYC!” she captioned a shot of her little one wearing the cutest lil’ bear ensemble.

During a Q&A with fans on the same day, the 21-year-old opened up about what life is like as Ryan’s wife. “Are you and Ryan still married?” one person asked, to which she responded, “Yes! Happily married for one year today!” In a separate post, she added that her favorite part about being married is “being able to wake up and conquer life with my best friend.” She added, “That will never ever get old.”

But Ryan is still seemingly away in rehab. Last month, insiders confirmed to Radar Online that the father-of-two (and stepdad to one) returned to treatment and has been there since September. “He entered rehab in Alabama about a month ago,” the insider told the outlet at the time. “Mackenzie moved out of the lake house they were in and is now living with her parents.”

That means Ryan likely missed the birth of his second son — Jagger was born on Oct. 9 around midnight after Mackenzie was induced on Oct. 8. Still, the reality star mama doesn’t care about the speculation or her haters. She recently shared a very strongly-worded message to all of the trolls.

“Over the past year, I have learned so much about compassion. And I had to learn the hard way and it wasn’t fun,” she said in a series of video clips posted to her Instagram Story on Nov. 3. “I have just always wondered why I’ve been kind of tough and not really seeing anyone else’s perspective or understood or had any empathy.”

She continued: “I guess this is just your daily dose of real talk, but I figured it was something that I needed to share because it is important and it is important to have an open heart and to care about people — but don’t let it fool you. Just because my heart is open and I actually have compassion these days, I am still tough as nails. So here’s an unedited take on my life. It’s just how it goes. What I don’t have sympathy for is when you say stupid s—t about my family and my husband and my kids.” In other words, just don’t say stupid s—t about her family.

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