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6:54 pm - 01/25/2013

Jenelle Evans Reveals Post-Miscarriage Plans, & Recent Tweets



Jenelle Evans may have just gone through what some would deem a horrific tragedy, but this Teen Mom 2 star is ready to get on with life and, in her first statement since having a miscarriage this morning, has just revealed her somewhat shocking plans for later tonight.


Earlier this afternoon, someone had written to Jenelle about playing PlayStation 3 and her reply was, "once we get out of the hospital." Everyone was obviously shocked that Jenelle would be playing games after she just lost her baby. Needless to say, she quickly deleted the photo, but not before CallingOutJE got a screen shot of it which she posted for fans.

After news of the miscarriage broke, fans were devastated for Jenelle and took to Twitter and Facebook to send her their well-wishes, but now it all seems to have been done for nothing. The normal person who experiences a tragedy such as losing a baby is beside themselves with grief for days — not planning to go play PlayStation with friends when they get out of the hospital.

As if there wasn't enough speculation about Jenelle's pregnancy being fake from the start already, fans are sure to go wild with accusations now. It's starting to look like Jenelle and Courtland faked a pregnancy and according to him, they got $20k for doing so.














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Well...everyone grieves differently.
schexyschteve 26th-Jan-2013 05:05 am (UTC)
The normal person who experiences a tragedy such as losing a baby is beside themselves with grief for days — not planning to go play PlayStation with friends when they get out of the hospital.

I'm not trying to defend her (because this entire situation is a MESS), but this is definitely not true for everyone.
breadprincess 26th-Jan-2013 05:11 am (UTC)
Especially someone who is dealing with mental illness.
schexyschteve 26th-Jan-2013 05:14 am (UTC)
Even people without mental illnesses might not be beside themselves with grief over a miscarriage. Every single person's reaction is different. It doesn't mean the baby was any less wanted though.
noneformethanx 26th-Jan-2013 05:27 am (UTC)
Or on drugs
yooperchild 26th-Jan-2013 05:20 am (UTC)
Right? I was just gonna post this.

I've miscarried in the past as well. And I was really sad and upset, especially since I had a big mouth and had told people I was pregnant, so I had to "un-tell" the same people.

But I was back at work like two days later. You do what you do to move on.
soapboxrhetoric 26th-Jan-2013 05:22 am (UTC)
agreed. my friend had a miscarriage at work and the first thing she did after she finally went home from the hospital was zone out and play mario kart for 12 hours. it was her escape.

Edited at 2013-01-26 05:22 am (UTC)
mysticlady3 26th-Jan-2013 05:26 am (UTC)
I agree. When my grandfather died two years ago, I only cried that first day. Within a day or two I was back to "normal" but some people keep pushing for me to be a certain matter. They thought I was holding it all in and honestly I wasn't. I just have an easier time letting things go and I was already prepared for months of it to happen.
dongwook 26th-Jan-2013 05:28 am (UTC)
Agreed... If I ever experienced one, video games would be my escape...
But I can't stand this woman...
bluesforgotten 26th-Jan-2013 05:33 am (UTC)
I agree, everyone has a different way of escaping.

I do, however, think for someone who likes to share so much about her life, the lack of tweets that seem upset is just weird. but maybe for once she wants to be private.
2perfect4words 26th-Jan-2013 05:38 am (UTC)
Shit I know if I was here i would be ecstatic I was not having another child
abiding 26th-Jan-2013 05:49 am (UTC)
mte
verystefunny 26th-Jan-2013 05:56 am (UTC)
omg i was so glad bertuzzi and helm were back tonight!
i_ofthemourning 26th-Jan-2013 05:59 am (UTC)
When I had my miscarriage, I hit the bottle and played freaking W.O.W for days. I couldnt cry, and my Fiance had to leave for the other side of the country the day after we found out (for work)...people grieve and do weird shit when stuff like this happens, its different coping mechanisms. I dont particularly like her, but if thats her coping mechanism then let her be as far as Im concerned.
celtic_thistle 26th-Jan-2013 06:42 am (UTC)
mte. I know I tried to act normal the next day and most people had no idea anything had happened. fwiw.
hoot 26th-Jan-2013 02:09 pm (UTC)
ia. I had a friend who had a miscarriage and the next day was back at work and she went out to dinner with friends two days later. She just needed to distract herself from it.
frenchverbs 26th-Jan-2013 02:25 pm (UTC)
Yeah, this entire situation is a huge clusterfuck, but it's not impossible that she miscarried and decided to find a distraction.

My friend miscarried one morning, and later that day, she asked me if I wanted go shopping and see a movie. She was distraught, but knew it would be worse for her to stay home alone (her husband was deployed at the time).
wintourseason 26th-Jan-2013 03:09 pm (UTC)
This, thank you.
hardheartache 26th-Jan-2013 04:33 pm (UTC)
This. I hate when people try to be the grief police.
scarletkittygrl 26th-Jan-2013 05:48 pm (UTC)
it's definitely not true. im sure i'd be numb and absolutely devastated, but maybe doing something mind-numbing would be my way to go too. not everyone lays in bed for days sobbing.
paranoiattaque 26th-Jan-2013 06:44 pm (UTC)
exactly what i was thinking.
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