1000-Lb Sisters Spoilers: Glenn Halterman is One Month Old
1000-Lb Sisters spoilers reveal that Amy Halterman is proud to share with her fans that her son, Glenn Halterman has reached a new milestone in his life. He is now one month old!
Amy and her sister, Tammy Slaton, first appeared on the show to share their weight loss journey. They began as YouTubers who wanted to share their weight loss journey with others. TLC saw their videos and knew that they needed to have a show of their own. Amy worked really hard in the first season to lose weight because she wanted to qualify for weight loss surgery.
After working really hard to get her weight down, she knew that she wanted to start a family with her husband, Michael Halterman. Even though her doctors suggested that she wait to have children, she got pregnant with her first child, Gage Halterman and began her job as a mother. She did qualify for weight loss surgery and got pregnant again with Glenn.
Glenn’s Big Milestone
Amy is now sharing pictures of Glenn on her Instagram account and is elated to share that he is now one month old. In the most recent post, she shared a few pictures of Glenn sleeping. He looks adorable just lying there with his pacifier and she captioned the pictures, “Oh my word! My baby is one month today. I can’t believe it. I’m so blessed Thank you, Jesus, for my miracle boys.”
Of course, Amy’s fans had a lot to say about this big milestone. There were fans that asked her if she and Michael were going to try to have a girl or if they were wanting to have any more children. Others called this fan out telling them that Amy had her tubes tied and it was just weird for someone to ask that kind of question. There were also fans that asked when the next season would be, but Amy didn’t take the time to answer those.
We do hope to see another season of the show, but for now we are happy that she can enjoy this time with her sons.
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