Though some have said that Bristol Palin can't handle being a Teen Mom OG star, she has certainly faced her share of drama.
But one element of her life seem to have stabilized in very recent weeks.
Lately, Bristol has been talking -- no, gushing -- to fans and followers about her ex, Dakota Meyer.
She says that the two of them have been doing a stellar job of co-parenting Sailor Grace, whom they share.
And Bristol isn't the only one who's happy with their arrangement or raving about the other online.
Dakota has had even more to say about Bristol.
Are these two getting back together?
Bristol and Dakota are in a good place
The pair of exes have had some difficult, trying times. That's why they are exes. But from what they are both saying, it sounds like things are so much better these days.
Bristol gushed about Dakota
During a recent Instagram Q&A, Bristol awarded her ex a glowing review.
Things are improving!
"We have made incredible strides the last several weeks," Bristol announced to fans.
She sounds over the moon
Bristol added that she is "super grateful" for how much easier co-parenting with Dakota has become.
This is a very glowing review of her ex
Bristol concluded that "it’s been amazing."
Bristol wasn't the only one who had something to say
Dakota had his own words to share with fans
They've hit a new high
Dakota Meyer told fans on YouTube that co-parenting with Bristol is the "best its ever been."
It's very mutual
He says that "we’ve been working back and forth" for the betterment of Sailor Grace.
They help each other out
"When I need to go do something," Dakota mentions as an example. "Bristol helps with the kids."
This is very recent
"Ever since the reunion" was filmed, Dakota shares. "It's been great."
In the end, a parent's priority is their children
But it's best for everyone involved if the adults are getting along. "The co-parenting is actually a lot better," Dakota affirmed to fans. "It’s awesome."
Other aspects of Bristol's life are less fun these days
Recently, she lamented that MTV isn't interested in telling her real story, just her baby daddy struggles
She says the show makes her look bad
"I’m a pretty great mom, work my ass off, show up, and hustle everyday to give my kids a pretty great life," Bristol asserted in an Instagram rant.
Bristol wants to address subjects near and dear to her heart
"@mtv doesn’t want to talk about faith, show work ethic, or juggling three kids alone," Bristol complained. To be fair, there are plenty of resources for people who want to talk about faith or work ethic, and Teen Mom was never intended to be one of them.
Bristol said that Teen Mom is fake
Bristol blasted MTV, saying: "they don’t want to show the humble process of starting over after a divorce, building a career, or any real life issues."
What they really want is for her to be Farrah Abraham
"All they want with my little segment each week is some fake fill-in Farrah Abraham/Jerry Springer BS," Bristol lamented, making a jab at the equally controversial Teen Mom OG star whom Bristol replaced.
At least Bristol has this good co-parenting situation
Also she has a sweet deal with MTV, and a family that loves her (except for Willow, maybe, but we're reluctantly Team Bristol in that feud), and countless more opportunities that her infamous mother's notoriety brings her. That should be comforting as she grapples with not having her whole story told on television.