“16 and Pregnant” Season 1 Star Whitney Purvis Welcomes Second Child

"We made two kids, y'all!"
“We made two kids, y’all!”

It’s a boy for 16 and Pregnant Season 1 star Whitney Purvis and her boyfriend Weston Gosa! The couple, who starred alongside Farrah Abraham, Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood on the very first season of ’16 and Pregnant’ back in 2009, welcomed their second child on Tuesday. They named the new baby boy River Blake Gosa.

Whitney posted a few photos to her Facebook account after River’s birth, showing Weston all suited up in a surgical gown, which likely means Whitney had a C-section to deliver River. The baby weighed in at 9 lbs. 5 oz. and appears to be healthy.

Whitney posted this adorable photo of her and River earlier today.
Whitney posted this adorable photo of her and River earlier today.

Whitney and Weston, who are already parents to five-year-old Weston Jr., announced the pregnancy back in February. Although they weren’t chosen to be on ‘Teen Mom’, the couple would have made a good addition to the show, given the amount of drama they have had since their ’16 and Pregnant’ episode aired. Both have been arrested multiple times (Who could forget Weston’s exotic mugshot collection or Whit’s Walmart pregnancy test thieving?) and they have broken up and gotten back together more times than anyone can count.

Recently, however, it appears that Weston and Whitney have gotten their lives together and are more stable in their relationship than ever before. They are currently living together in Georgia.

(Photos: Facebook)



5 Responses

    1. What are you talking about? Ashley had a daughter Callie whom she gave up for adoption. The only children with special needs are Whitney’s son Weston Jr. with alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency, Leah’s daughter Ali with MD, and Kristina’s son Lukas with some mild form of autism.

  1. Wasn’t she the one who said she and Westin didn’t want to have any more kids because they’re likely to have the same genetic disorder as their first son? Obviously they can change their minds and do what they want, but hopefully this child is not affected by the same disorder because having two children with special needs would be exceptionally difficult.

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