Dr Phil: Teen Parents Told To Grow Up & Put Their Baby Milo First

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Dr Phil March 21 2013 Recap

On March 21 2013, Dr Phil had to tell a teen mom to grow up and a teen dad to keep it in his pants. It wasn’t fun to tell them these things, but he had to get through to them. Their son was suffering without his biological parents’ love. Why did Kayla get pregnant on purpose? The truth will have you rolling your eyes.

Dr Phil: Teen Mom Kayla Gives Up Son Milo & Vincent Fights For Custody

Dr Phil: Teen Parents Told To Grow Up & Put Their Baby Milo First

On March 21 2013, Kayla and Vincent were told to grow up and parent their baby Milo.

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Kayla and Vincent dated for four months before getting pregnant. They did it on purpose because they didn’t use protection. Kayla then applied to be on 16 & Pregnant. Her son Milo is now nine-months-old and being raised by her mother. The baby’s father, Vincent, wants custody of the baby and wants nothing to do with Kayla or her parents.

Dr Phil: Teen Mom Kayla Gives Up Son Milo & Vincent Fights For Custody

Dr Phil: The Fight For Baby Milo & Immature Teen Father Wants Custody

Kayla’s parents and Vincent’s father pull out the immature Facebook tactics in order to make each other look bad. Kayla proves the point that she is immature. Vincent stays quiet for most of this part and lets his father fight his battles. It’s clear that the parents will be raising Milo and not Kayla and Vincent. They may love their son, but they want to be teens.

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Dr Phil: The Fight For Baby Milo & Immature Teen Father Wants Custody

Dr Phil: Teen Mom Needs To Grow Up & Cannot Abdicate Role As Parent

Stacy, Kayla’s sister, exposes Kayla’s childish tactics and her scheme to get pregnant. Dr Phil tells them all to be quiet and focus on baby Milo. He’s the real reason they are all there and none of them have said a word about the baby’s needs. Dr Phil tells Kayla to be a mom and Vincent to be open to co-parenting for Milo’s sake.

Dr Phil: Teen Mom Needs To Grow Up & Cannot Abdicate Role As Parent

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