This episode I’m recapping it by mom, instead of by scene… just to see which I (we) like better. Let me know…
Chelsea is going to take more GED practice tests next week, but this week she has to focus on Aubree’s birthday party and sneaking out to watch Adam ride a toy. Her dad is babysitting, and she’s hoping he doesn’t find out where she’s going… or that Adam is living with her.
Now that I’m practically engaged, I need to step up my game.
I just want a bath. I hear they’re fun.
Chelsea puts the finishing touches on her hair and her friend, thankfully, does Aubree’s hair. Her dad arrives and the girls leave quickly. Randy sticks around to do a little recon at the house… Yep, sure enough, he finds all of Adam’s things and he calls Chelsea. Chelsea is all pissed off that her dad went through her house and says Adam is just working on a few things in her garage. Yeah, um, Chelsea, you’re lying. We all know it.
But dad, we’re almost married. You can’t destroy love.
They get to Adam’s 4-wheeler race and he doesn’t seemed too thrilled to see Chelsea, but she remains clueless to his lack of love for her. He gets up and leaves and goes and rides his 4-wheeler and Chelsea is excited and thinks he’s super cute.
I don’t get why Randy’s worried.
Livin’ the dream.
Chelsea is upset because Adam and her dad, Randy got into a fight and Randy sat and watched while he made Adam pack up and move back out of Chelsea’s house. So Adam is now avoiding Chelsea and she says the timing couldn’t be worse because she needs him around to help plan Aubree’s birthday party. Plus, it’s sad because he just gave her a promise ring and said he would try harder. Who saw this coming? Adam is an enigma. Not really. He’s predictable.
Can someone check and see if I have lice?
Chelsea has invited over two of her friends and their two babies. (This is the first glimpse tonight of the teen mom epidemic in her town.) Aubree is walking around looking like a hot mess, and at one point, Chelsea makes her dance and Aubree does the Jersey Turnpike. Yikes! I was proud when my daughter could clap her hands more than once. Chelsea tells her friends that she’s getting Aubree a Jeepy in her baby voice… ugh!
It’s called birth control, try it.