Teen Mom's Tyler Baltierra admits he's 'nervous' for first reunion with daughter Carly, 12, in two years

TEEN Mom's Tyler Baltierra said he's nervous to see his daughter Carly, who has hasn't seen in two years.

Tyler and his wife Catelynn placed their daughter for adoption when they were in high school and shared their story on the MTV series.


In a preview for the upcoming episode, Tyler revealed his worries about reuniting with the 12-year-old.

In the clip, Catelynn received a text message from Carly's adopted mother, Teresa inviting the couple to visit over Memorial Day weekend.

The happy parents gave each other a hug, excited for the upcoming reunion as they haven't been able to see the pre-teen in two years.

The clip continued with the pair taking a trip to see Catelynn's grandmother, Deb where the dad-of-four confessed his apprehension about seeing his daughter.

Deb voiced her fears over the reunion first, admitting: "I'm a bit nervous about the whole thing."

She continued: "I don't know if I'm going to say the wrong thing," as the rest of the family assured her that that wouldn't be a problem.

Deb then directed the conversation towards Tyler, asking the TV star how he felt about seeing his daughter again.

"So Tyler I know that it's difficult keeping a conversation with Brandon and Teresa but how do you see this going?," Deb asked the young dad.

"I don't know, kind of like what you're nervous about for tomorrow, are you going to say the wrong thing?," he explained.

A reunion with their eldest child had been delayed by two years due to COVID.

REUNION

Speaking to E! News, Catelynn confessed the shattered family was able to reunite in person for a private moment. 

She explained: "We did end up having a visit with Carly and MTV did follow that. They didn't film Carly herself or anything like that but they always film us.

"People will be able to witness what our reaction was from the first day to the last day, from leaving and even just like the start of the visit and things like that, which I think is definitely important," she said.

In the past, Tyler revealed the couple felt 'inferior' to Carly's adoptive parents, but more recently, Catelynn explained the couple even have a “good relationship” with Brandon and Teresa.

"Relationships are hard any which way. So it’s just all about, like, growing and learning and maneuvering,” Catelynn told Us Weekly.

The tone was a stark contrast to one shared back in April, when Catelynn confessed her deepest fears over losing contact with her daughter Carly, worrying that the child's adoptive parents had the ability to cut communication "at the snap of a finger."

"Communication with her adoptive parents, Brandon and Teresa, has always been complicated," Catelynn explained at the time. "I don't want to offend them with how we reach out to her."

SECOND GUESSING

Tyler agreed, admitting that back then the couple felt "inferior" to Brandon and Theresa.

“I feel like whatever happens, I have to kind of, like, filter through Brandon and Teresa first,” Tyler said during the April episode. “I don’t trust what I’m gonna say sometimes. It’s just very difficult to navigate and feel close in a relationship when you have to second guess your approach and delivery all the time."

While Brandon and Teresa have kept Carly out of the spotlight, the soon-to-be teen's OG parents are happy just to remain a part of her life.

Catelynn told E!: "I think it's awesome to be able to show the journey of an open, semi-open adoption through the years and the ups and the downs and learning and navigating this relationship.

"I think it's super awesome that we can continue to do that in a way that can show our fans the journey but also in the way that it allows Carly's parents to feel comfortable with us sharing it as well." 

The highschool sweethearts are also parents to Novalee, six, Vaeda, two, and Rya, one month.



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