TV Series - Aug 29, 2022
Although the fate of the "1000-Lb Sisters" series is uncertain, one of its stars doesn't seem to care much about it. Her second child, Glenn Allen Halterman, was born on July 5. Even though he was born early, he and his mom are doing well. Amy told People at the time, "Now I have two miracle boys; my family is complete!".
Although Amy was surprised to learn her second pregnancy was a boy, she couldn't be happier. As a mother, she's also aware of how fortunate she is. Four months after undergoing gastric bypass weight-loss surgery, she became pregnant with Gage, which could have caused complications.
According to an episode of "1000-Lb Sisters", Amy was attempting to conceive again soon after Gage was born. According to InTouch Weekly, Amy has weight issues and diabetes, which made her pregnancy risky. There have been thousands of congratulations on social media for the Halterman's, but some fans worry that Amy may have reverted to her old ways.
A few followers commented on Amy Slaton Halterman's Instagram post on July 26. "Happy 3-week-old baby. Big bro always got your back. Between nap time cuddles to make sure you're okay." Most of the commenters were gushing, but a few were horrified by the sight of the little ones sleeping on what looked like a stained couch.
A critic commented, "I guess you haven't changed your habits at all." A woman chided, "Please keep your household clean for your children... don't be lazy." Amy admits to having a problem with hoarding, which makes cleanliness a continuous issue. A season 3 episode of "1000-Lb Sisters" showed the Haltermans hiring professional cleaners to clean their homes because they couldn't handle the mess themselves.
During the season finale, which focused on the family's move, it was revealed that the new home had a badly stained mattress. The critics were quickly told to use MYOB by supporters. According to one English fan, "Some of you should be ashamed, humiliating a new mother in public. If you don't have anything nice to say, just scroll by!"