She's sharing an update about Ali's health!
No two parents’ experiences are the same, and Teen Mom has proven that. All of the cast members have their own struggles, goals, and priorities when it comes to raising their children. For Leah Messer, her road has been very unique compared to the other girls.
When her daughter, Ali, was only a few months old, Leah started to notice something different about her development. As her growth went on, Leah started to work with doctors to address Ali’s condition, muscular dystrophy. Since then, Leah and Ali’s paths have been unique, and they’ve stayed strong to overcome hurdles and challenges associated with the condition.
Now, Leah is sharing another update about her daughter. She’s shared how proud she is of her daughter after she bravely stayed the entire night in the hospital as a result of her condition.
So Over It
Ali Simms has definitely spent more time in doctor’s offices than many girls of her age. As she and Leah Messer learn how best to address her muscular dystrophy, she’s had to undergo years of tests. That includes a recent lengthy stay in a hospital.
“She’s so over these tests,” Leah captioned this shot of Ali in the back seat on the way to the hospital. “Bless her heart, My baby is soooo tired.”
Still, Ali stayed strong when they arrived at the hospital. She and her mother smiled for a picture during the process. “I wouldn’t change you for the world, but I would change the world for you!” Leah captioned the photo, adding, “#hope #love #mdwontstopher #mommyandme #mygirl #myworld #mybestfriend.”
Leah later shared a picture of Ali settling in for the night. “Sleeppy baby,” she wrote as Ali got her much-deserved rest away from home. It’s safe to assume that Ali wasn’t particularly excited about it, but she was staying strong.
Leah took to Twitter to share more hope about her daughter. “You’re a fighter and your strength is admirable!” she wrote. “You’re MY INSPIRATION, MY MOTIVATION, MY WORLD!”
After everything was finished, Leah shared a video of Ali excitedly leaving the hospital. Finally, she was done! Leah shared another picture of them together, writing, “I’ve always got you! #mdwontstopher #igotu #myworld #mybabygirl #musculardystrophy #mdaawareness.”