TEEN Mom Chelsea Houska's husband shared a sweet video of their kids Watson, 3, and Layne, 2, just before their fourth baby's due date.
Cole DeBoer gave fans a glimpse inside their family home as they had an impromtu dance party together.
Chelsea's kids looked adorable as they danced about their family home together.
Watson, wearing stripped PJs enthusiastically used his plastic fork and spoon to playfully bash on a vase and items in their home like musical instruments.
His sister Layne, who looked sweet in a pair of festive red trousers and a white top,followed suit banging on the side table and a framed picture.
Their doting dad loved every minute and captioned the video: "Live performance at home. Party on. Encore."
Chelsea, who is currently pregnant with her fourth child,recently quit Teen Mom and admitted the time felt right to start a new chapter in her life with husband Cole DeBoer and their three kids Aubree, 11, Watson, three and two-year-old Layne.
The reality star confirmed her feelings by sharing one of her daily affirmations on Instagram, which stated: "I respect myself enough to walk away from situations that no longer bring me peace.
"I love myself enough to stand up for myself when it is needed. I deserve love, compassion, and respect.
"I happily walk away from situations that are not healthy for me. It is okay to move on from people who are not good for me."
Meanwhile Chelsea shared a not-so-cryptic post that stated "I respect myself enough to walk away" just days after quitting the show.
The reality star, 29, who first hit our screens on MTV's 16 & Pregnant back in 2010, announced the news during a virtual zoom reunion last week.
Last Tuesday, she shared the shocking news with the reunion show host Dr. Drew and co-stars Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer, Briana DeJesus and Jade Cline.
She told them: "I feel like, just watching this last season, I was getting a bad feeling in my stomach.
"It just feels like it's just time to close the chapter. And I'm almost 30, I'm having my fourth baby — it just feels like the right time."
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