Kailyn Lowry Is Committed to Co-Parenting: See the Shocking Thing She Just Did

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Never in a million years did we think we'd see this day. Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry hung out with her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend, Vee. Yeah, that wouldn't be such a huge deal, but Kailyn was like adamant about not meeting her.

When Vee and Jo first got together, Kailyn threw more tantrums than her toddler, especially when Jo mentioned the fact that he wanted them to meet.

Back in the day, Vee tried tirelessly to form some sort of a bond with Kail--she wrote her a letter, she had Jo talk to her about it, she did everything she could to extend the olive branch, but Kailyn was ready with her weed whacker every time said branch even came close to her.

Now, it looks like Kailyn has finally turned a corner and not only did she pose for a family photo with her son Isaac (seriously, how cute is that kid?), her ex, Jo AND Vee, but we don't see any evidence of a cat fight. In fact, they even posed for a funny photo together and it looks like they actually got along pretty great.

"Goldilocks & Little Bear #whowouldathunkit," Vee captioned the silly shot on her Instagram page. Who would'a thunk it? Not us, that's for dang sure...but we have to say, we're really glad to have been wrong on this one.

Who knows, maybe they'll even end up becoming friends, which would certainly make things a lot better for Isaac who splits time between the two houses. Even Jo looks like he can't believe it...or maybe he's wondering if he might have just created a match made in hell for himself.

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