These are eventful times in the life of Jenelle Evans.
Come to think of it, Jenelle's life is pretty much always eventful, but these days, her situation is especially bonkers.
As you're probably aware, Evans has filed for divorce from David Eason.
She's also relocated from North Carolina to Tennessee in order to put some distance between herself and her disgruntled ex, which is inarguably a very good idea.
You might think Jenelle has enough on her plate these days, but there's reason to believe she might be taking on even more.
Evans' oldest son, Jace, has been living with his grandmother since infancy, but now, some fans are convinced that the 11-year-old is ready to rejoin his mother and siblings.
Take a look at the latest on Jenelle's ever-changing circumstances:
Jenelle Evans and her kids have been through a lot in recent months. But both Evans and her fans seem convinced that it will all be worth it if the family is able to free itself from David Eason.
David, as you know, is the worst baby daddy ever to be featured in the Teen Mom franchise, which is really, really saying something.
After he cost Jenelle just about everything -- her job, custody of her kids, the dog that he brutally slaughtered in a fit of rage -- Jenelle finally left David, and she wisely fled to a different state.
A New Start
Jenelle has a making a fresh start of it in Tennessee with two of her kids -- Kaiser and Ensley -- by her side.
The Good News
Evans' has been less active than ever on social media in recent weeks, but she's continued to offer occasional updates to fans, and most of them have been encouraging.
Jenelle's Snapchat followers were met with an unexpected surprise this week. The Teen Mom 2 star posted a photo of herself alongside her eldest son, Jace.
Jace, of course, still lives with his legal guardian, Barbara Evans, in North Carolina.
A New Arrangement?
The sight of him enjoying the holiday season with Jenelle in Nashville has led many to believe that Jace is living with his mother again for the first time since he was a baby.
Taking It Slow
While it does appear that he's been spending more time with Jenelle in recent weeks, as far as we know, Jace is still living with Babs, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
Jenelle and Babs have had their share of ups and downs in recent years, but these days, it appears they're getting along famously and doing their best to ensure Jace is healthy and happy.
We first learned that the mother and daughter are back on good terms in November, when they posed for pics together at the Cracker Barrel in Nashville on Thanksgiving.
It appears that Barbara has been shuttling Jace back and forth between Nashville and Riegelwood, NC, so that he can spend time with his mother and siblings without missing any school.
A Two-State Kid
We're guessing the situation will be re-evaluated after the school year, but for now, it looks as though Jace will continue to live with his grandmother.
Yes, there's some irony in the fact that Jenelle spends more time with her son and grandmother now than when they all lived in the same state, but when you consider how much Babs and Jace both hated David, it's not all that surprising.
A Family Unit
As for her other kids, it looks as though Jenelle will be permitted to move them to a different state, despite the fact that both of their dads still live in NC.
Making It Work
Remarkably, Jenelle is back on good terms with Kaiser's baby daddy, Nathan Griffith, and the two of them have been boasting about their amicable co-parenting relationship.
Ensley In the Middle
As for Ensley, well, Jenelle is likely facing an ugly battle for custody of her daughter, but she'll almost certainly emerge victorious.
Not Gonna Happen, Bro
David has made it clear that he has every intention of putting up a fight, but it's unlikely that any family court judge will look kindly on his situation.
This Freakin' Guy
After all, David has been accused of abusive behavior on numerous occasions. On top of that, he's been unemployed for two years, and he already has a daughter living with him despite his lack of any visible means of support.
The reasonable thing would be for David to just stand down and not fight for custody or spousal support ... but since when has David ever been reasonable?