Dwelling candy dwelling — lastly. Teen Mother 2 alum Kailyn Lowry is about to maneuver into her dream dwelling subsequent week, she solely tells In Contact, however it wasn’t a straightforward journey to get there.
“[My] greatest accomplishment [of 2021 was] constructing my home. It’s positively been one thing that I wished to do and by no means did,” she says. “After which I lastly did it.”
The method of constructing her beautiful Delaware dwelling began in February when she revealed on Instagram that she can be constructing it from the bottom up.
The “Child Mamas, No Drama” podcast host, who has 4 sons — Isaac, 11, with ex Jo Rivera, Lincoln, 7, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin, 28, and Lux, 4, and Creed, 17 months, with Chris Lopez — is worked up to get her boys into their new dwelling, however the constructing course of didn’t go precisely as she had pictured.
“I really like HGTV and all dwelling stuff — the entire course of, the constructing renovations, all of it. I assumed I used to be going to have enjoyable throughout this course of and need to do it far more,” Kail reveals.
The journey from basis to move-in could make anybody take a look at completely satisfied HGTV hosts with just a little extra skepticism. In August, the “Espresso Convos” podcast host instructed In Contact she’d be open to an HGTV spinoff.
“After which I noticed I hated each single step of the way in which. It was not a enjoyable time,” she says.
Regardless of some highway bumps alongside the way in which, together with shutting down building when she wasn’t proud of how the blueprint translated to actual life, the home is nearly move-in prepared.
“The end result has been fairly good and I actually love how my kitchen is popping out. … I truly love how my kitchen turned out, so I’m grateful,” she says. “I’m hoping to be moved in in like every week or two.”
The soccer mother let her youngsters decide a number of the remaining touches of their room and dishes that her eldest, Isaac, could possibly be an architect.
“That is the home that I constructed from the bottom up, on my own with no man subsequent to me. Simply on my own, for my youngsters,” Kailyn provides. “I’m hoping that we set … actual roots and traditions within the new home.”
Kailyn can also be grateful that’s she’s coming into 2022 with no “beef” with the fathers of her youngsters.
“Regardless of the pandemic — I’ve to be glad about the entire good moments,” Kailyn says. “I don’t have something to complain about.”