What Jenelle looks like when she’s not screaming or scowling.
What Barb looks like with her mouth closed.
It’s Jace’s birthday and Jenelle buys him a slip and slide. Jace is so stinking cute. The moms start decorating while they tell Jace that his dad and everyone else has missed his birthday. This poor kid. Do they have to tell him? Jenelle says it doesn’t affect Jace to now have a dad, but Barbara says it does because every time a man comes over, Jace runs to him. (They might want to look into that… or Jace might just associate men with less screaming, more parenting.) Jace and Jenelle have some fun on the slip and slide. Jace seems happy and so do the moms. Jenelle has such a cute body… it’s a shame she’s a trainwreck; because she can be so cute and engaging when she’s not being so awful and insane.
Happy Birthday, Jace. Sorry your dad hates you.
No problem, mommy’s parole officer likes me.
What Jenelle will never understand she’s missing.
Jenelle gets a call from her attorney, and surprise of all surprises, her parole officer is giving her ANOTHER CHANCE. Really? That’s insane. I think Dustin, her attorney, is considering hanging himself, because he was probably hoping that she was gonna be out of his hair for a while. Jenelle tells her mom and Barbara tells her that she’s happy but that she hopes Jenelle takes it seriously. Jenelle tells her about the pact that she made with her friend and then… holy smokes… Barbara, Jenelle, and Jace all hug.
Pigs do fly.
And perhaps hell has frozen over.
And it’s nice. And normal. And I’m pissed because I need the crazy to have fun with this job.
Leah voiceovers that school starts next week and that she’s excited. She’s also been talking to that new cute boy (Corey’s friend) on Facebook. Megan comes by to listen to how difficult Leah’s life is. They call Kathy, the babysitter, and it’s a friend of Leah’s mom and she’s very supportive of Leah’s plans to become a nurse. Kathy is a little nervous, but she’s game…
I love googling myself.
Yeah, I love googling you too.
Enough about me, why don’t we talk about me for a while.