KAILYN Lowry put her bitter feud with baby daddy Chris Lopez to one side while making a birthday card with their son.
The pregnant Teen Mom star, 27, shared a video of Lux, two, designing the card to Instagram.
Despite their issues, Kailyn helped Lux create the card ahead of Chris' birthday.
In the clip, the adorable youngster is seen drawing with crayons as he wishes his dad a 'happy birthday.'
The homemade card reads: "Happy birthday Daddy!"
Some fans may be surprised by Kailyn's kind gesture following her tumultuous relationship with Chris.
Kailyn first announced she was having a baby with Chris on February 4, despite having a restraining order against him.
It was later confirmed Chris was the baby daddy, but she would be raising her unborn son on her own – just like she did with their first son, Lux.
Chris later clapped back at her claims.
He said in a now-deleted Instagram post: "I stay quiet with a lot of things I experience in life, even with my past failures and disappointments broadcasted to the world I still remain solid."
The dad-of-one has since revealed he is launching his own YouTube channel to set the record straight about his ex.
In a blog-styled video, the father of Kailyn's unborn son announced his upcoming project with the caption: "I'm heatin up"
He told his followers during the video: "Man, y'all getting the other side, y'all getting the part that y'all want.
"I got tired of hearing about me not being on TV, I got tired about being on social media and all this other stuff, so now I'm letting y'all in on my world a little bit.
"I'll speak on, you know, my failures, you know, my disappointments, trials, tribulations, things that’s been said about me."
Kailyn slammed his decision, saying she wished he would be as dedicated to his children as he is to his new show.
She told InTouch: "My hope for Chris is that he makes peace with his choices and finds motivation to be successful in life."
The star continued: "I also hope that he puts this much effort into having a relationship with our children."
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