Teen Mom 2 Star Leah Messer Shares Heartbreaking Question Daughter Ali Asked Her

Teen Mom 2‘s Leah Messer had to answer a distressing doubt by her daughter, Ali, on Wednesday.

“As I’m doing Ali girls makeup she looks during me and says. “Mom, what’s it like to see with dual eyes?” … 😭,” Messer common on Twitter about her 8-year-old daughter, who struggles with robust dystrophy — a genetic illness that causes on-going debility and detriment of flesh mass.

“Everyday we wish we could take her place though we know there’s a larger purpose!” a existence star, who is also mom to Ali’s twin Aleeah, and 5-year-old, Addalyn, shared.

Added Messer: “Just pennyless my heart. 😞💔”

Messer, 25, has been open about her daughter’s onslaught with robust dystrophy on a MTV existence series.

Back in September, she was disturbed about a state of Ali’s lungs and heart. “They did contrast on everything, her heart, her lungs,” Messer told her sister, Victoria, about a array of tests Ali underwent after angry about crispness of exhale during a time.

“She does have allergies that are restricting her airways and causing asthma,” continued Messer, who also successfully performed a propagandize assist for Ali after articulate to her daughter’s school.

In an part of Teen Mom 2 only one month before, Messer perceived a phone call from Ali’s father and her ex, Corey Simms, observant he was holding their daughter to a hospital.

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“The reason we am job is since Ali is carrying a tough time throwing her exhale and we consider we need to take to her to a puncture room since she says she couldn’t breathe,” he said. “She’s fine… we consider it’s a small scarier for us. But we’d rather be protected than sorry.”

Besides struggling with her breathing, Ali’s teachers told Messer of her consistent falls while walking during school, while Ali complained about her problems opening her food during lunch time and not carrying adequate time to eat a full meal.

“She had mentioned to us that she hadn’t been eating during propagandize and that she was descending a lot,” Messer pronounced during a episode. “She needs somebody with her, by her side, during all times.”

“I’m fighting for Ali — I’m going to do all that she needs done,” she said. “We wanted her to be independent, and during a same time things are apropos progressive.”

After her assembly with a school, Messer told Ali a news about her new aid.

“Whenever you’re during lunch and you’re going to eat, you’ll have somebody who’ll open your food,” she told her daughter.