Yesterday, we reported that Leah Messer's second husband Jeremy Calvert got engaged to Brooke Wehr after just over a year of dating.
Now, if you watch Teen Mom 2 online, you're probably aware that emotional toughness isn't exactly Leah's strong suit, so fans have been anxiously keeping an eye on Leah's social media pages to watch for signs of a meltdown.
Today, Leah posted for the first time since the news of Jeremy's engagement went public.
Maybe we're just being optimistic, but it seems like she might actually be in a good place.
Leah posted the above pic, along with a caption reading:
"My heart is COMPLETE! We just need sissies to be home now."
Yes, it seems Leah is enjoying time alone with her youngest daughter, now that her oldest two have returned to school.
Hard not to take the bit about her heart being "COMPLETE!" as a subtle way of assuring fans and haters alike that all is well.
It's surprising or totally expected, depending on your perspective.
On the one hand, Leah is something of an expert at pretending everything is okay when it's actually anything but.
On the other hand, Leah has been down this road before.
Her first husband, Corey Simms, married Miranda Patterson last year, and Leah handled it mildly well.
Okay, so Leah and Miranda went at it multiple times on both the show and on social media, but now that the dust has settled, it seems like everything is mostly, kinda okay, right?
Anyway, that's what she seems to be telling herself.
Of course, if she felt like drunk-dialing her ex and giving him an earful, now would be the time.
Based on her castmates social media pages it looks as though the show's eighth season is currently filming.
We're not saying we want Leah to flip out on Jeremy and start another feud with Brooke, but if she's gonna do something like that, she might as well do it while the cameras are rolling, right?
That's kinda the deal with the Teen Mom girls.
Some of them lead pretty crappy lives, but at least they're well-compensated for it and they can serve as an object lesson in what not to do.
We suppose that's more than most folks who live crappy lives can say.