There was a time when Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra were thought to be one of the Teen Mom world's most stable couples.
We think it's safe to say those days are long gone.
Over the course of the past two years, Tyler and Cate have been to hell and back.
At one point Lowell and Baltierra even separated for a month, and many fans viewed it as the prelude to a divorce.
But against all odds, the OG couple has reunited.
And despite rumors that Tyler is still planning to leave Catelynn, it seems the Baltierrashaver managed to patch up their differences.
Or at least that's what Tyler's latest Instagram activity would have us believe.
The reality star posted two photos of Catelynn over the weekend, including the one above in Lowell appears to be in deep sleep.
His caption for the pics left fans sharply divided:
“My Babe @catelynnmtv I love you so much! (sorry for taking a pic of you sleeping, I know you hate that) I just couldn’t help it!" Tyler wrote.
"You’re so damn beautiful even when you’re not trying," Baltierra added.
"I’m so blessed to have you & to hold you in my arms every night for the rest of my life! #13YearsStrong#MyPartnerThroughLife#MyBestFriend"
For the most part, fans were appreciative of the pics and of Tyler's sentiment:
“My God! Wish every girl had a man like you!” one fan commented.
“You guys are the best! Favorite couple since teen mom started," another remarked.
Most of the comments were along those lines -- kind words for a couple that's been through the wringer in recent years.
But Tyler and Catelynn are often accused of putting on a show and attempting to convince fans that their marriage is more solid than it actually is.
So naturally, some haters came out of the woodwork to call BS on Tyler's admittedly schmaltzy outpouring of affection.
"Not sure about most moms, but I don't sleep in full makeup and bright red lipstick," one commenter remarked.
Others accused the couple of overcompensating and trying too hard to convince the world they're happy in their marriage.
We can't say with 100 percent certainty that's not the case.
But we can say most of the haters were really reaching on this one.
Fortunately, dozens of comnmenters came to Tyler's defense and pointed out that this post is probably just what it appears to be:
"Let's just stop being negative and see this post for what it is meant to be," wrote one follower.
"A husband showing love to his wife. What most of you dumbasses ask for, but dont get.
We couldn't have said it better ourselves.