Jenelle is around 23 weeks pregnant and even though things were rough at the beginning of her pregnancy, things seem to be going better in her relationship with Nathan. She’s still legally married to Courtland, and admits that by law they have to stay separated for a year before they can officially get the divorce. Jenelle and Nathan had both been arrested recently, and despite their pending charges, they’re trying to have some quality time together, so they go find out whether they’re having a boy or a girl. Jenelle wants a girl and Nathan wants a boy, so when the sonographer says that they’re going to be welcoming a son into their lives, Nathan is overly excited. Even though it isn’t what Jenelle wanted, she still seems genuinely happy at the appointment.
They head to Barbara’s house to see Jace and let her family know that they’re having a boy. They let everyone know that they’re planning on naming the baby Kaiser, and Jace seems pretty excited about all of it. Barbara asks about their pending charges, and Jenelle basically says that she’s going to have to learn to deal with it no matter what happens. Nathan says that he doesn’t want to go to jail or miss out on time with “another one of his childs” because of these charges.
Later, Jenelle and Nathan meet with their attorney and discuss how things are going to be handled. Jenelle will be getting out of the probation violation, but Nathan doesn’t seem to be getting off that easy. The attorney tells him that he should plea to the minor charges in order to get the felony released, and that it’s a mandatory 30 day jail sentence. Nathan says he’s fine with all of the charges except for resisting arrest, and the attorney tells him that she’s watched the video a number of times and thinks he was being totally out of line. She then mentions that people don’t get a 3rd DUI unless they have a drinking problem, and that he needs to figure his stuff out before that baby comes because he has too much to be happy for to be throwing his life away.
Jeremy takes a job in Ohio, which is only 2 hours away. This means that he’s planning on being home more to help with the kids and support Leah. Before he leaves, he joins Leah and Adalynn in the crib for a goodbye talk. Honestly, do people really do that? There were two adults and a child in the crib.
Anyway, Jeremy leaves and things seem to go well for the three of them. Then Leah has to go pick up the girls from Corey’s house for the weekend. The girls are all sorts of confused with Adalynn doesn’t call Corey “daddy” and Leah laughs about it but realizes that it’s a normal part of how things are going to be since their kids are growing up in a mixed family. Corey then tells Leah that Ali said she wasn’t strong because of her muscular dystrophy and Leah gets really upset realizing that Ali is more aware than she thought.
Corey and Miranda talk about how Leah is so open with the muscular dystrophy in front of Ali. They don’t like that Leah talks about Ali needing a wheelchair because they don’t want Ali to become dependent on it. Leah goes out to lunch with her mom and talks about how she felt like Corey was blaming her for Ali’s knowledge of her condition, but when she asks Ali who told her about the muscular dystrophy, Ali says she remembers it from seeing Dr. Tsao. Leah reassures her that she can do anything she wants to do, regardless of her condition.
Chelsea recently bought a house, but can’t move in for a few more weeks, so she’s staying with her dad for the time being. Chelsea sits down with her dad to talk about Adam’s car accident, but is frustrated that she has no idea what even happened in the situation and doesn’t know what Aubree is aware of, but knows that she’s heard bits and pieces from Adam. Chelsea’s dad stresses the importance of Aubree staying out of the car when Adam is driving, and talks about the disappointment Aubree will feel when she gets older because of Adam’s actions.
We see more of Adam during this episode, which is an interesting twist. Adam basically says that the media made everything out to be his fault, when in reality he didn’t hit the elderly couple in the car crash, and they actually ran a red light and hit him. I don’t believe any of that because there’s police reports and eye witness accounts of the crash all over, but it’s good to let him explain himself I guess.
Later, while Chelsea is waiting on her scores from her board exams, she receives a letter saying that her aestheticians license is being withheld due to the fact that she might have broken some laws. She immediately calls her friend Landon, and explains the situation, which is essentially that someone saw online that Chelsea helped with makeup for a wedding and assumed that she was paid for it, which is illegal because she wasn’t licensed as an aesthetician. Chelsea and Landon claim that there wasn’t any money that traded hands and that they were simply trying to get experience.
Jo comes over to get Isaac and Isaac is sad because he doesn’t want to leave his mom and Javi. Eventually he goes with Jo after some reassurance from Kailyn that he will have fun and that he’ll come back soon enough. Things have been tense for Kailyn and Javi since welcoming baby Lincoln into their family. Kailyn is feeling trapped in the house and Javi doesn’t appear to help as much as she thought he would. Javi is concerned with the fact that he’s not getting to spend as much time with Isaac, and seems like he doesn’t know what to do with a baby.
Kailyn’s friend, Peach, comes over to talk about things and Kailyn opens up that she’s so sick of being in the house all the time, and that Javi doesn’t watch both kids at the same time which means that Kailyn is always the one with the kids. She says that they’re fighting about things that shouldn’t really be big issues, but realizes that Javi probably has to adjust to being around a baby since he’s been around Isaac as a toddler.
When Isaac comes home, things get heated because Kailyn needs to go grocery shopping. (Yes, they are arguing about grocery shopping.) Kailyn thinks she should be able to bathe both kids, feed Lincoln, and then go grocery shopping alone, while Javi wants to spend time with Isaac, so he suggests that Kailyn takes Lincoln shopping and he’ll stay home with Isaac. Kailyn says that it’s not a compromise and then Javi thinks that everything is always on Kailyn’s terms, and it’s just a stupid argument that looks even more ridiculous because it’s caught on camera and displayed on national television.
Javi and Kailyn avoid each other for a while, but eventually sit down to talk about their problems. While neither of them can really get out why they’re so upset, it’s pretty clear that they’re both willing to work on things. Kailyn starts crying, and Isaac comes downstairs so she quickly tries to put a smile on. Isaac closes the episode by letting everyone know that he loves them all. Seriously, that kid is too sweet.