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Inked! Watch Catelynn Lowell Get Tattoo for 1-Month-Old Daughter Vaeda

The real deal! Catelynn Lowell got a new tattoo in honor of her 1-month-old daughter, Vaeda.

“Vaeda’s turn,” the Teen Mom OG star, 27, wrote on Instagram on Monday, April 15. “Thank you @lancekellar666.”

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In the Boomerang, a tattoo gun was held to the top the MTV personality’s foot. A faint trace of the design could be seen.

Us Weekly broke the news that the reality star and her husband, Tyler Baltierra, welcomed their baby girl in February. Lowell gave birth to Novalee, 4, in 2015, and placed Carly, now 9, for adoption in 2009.

While she hasn’t revealed the finished product yet, this isn’t the first time that Lowell has inked her body with her children in mind.

The Conquering Chaos author has Carly’s name, footprint and birthdate on her left shoulder in pink, while Novalee’s print is on her left foot. Her husband tattooed Carly’s handprint onto his stomach, then covered his forearm with a Batman-themed design for Novalee.

Lowell’s dad even has all of his grandchildren’s names written in black script on his back.

The pair told Us exclusively in March that they are already planning for baby No. 4. “Yes, we want more children,” the 16 and Pregnant alum said at the time. “We really want to try for a boy. [We] want to wait until Vaeda is a little older, like six months to a year.”

Lowell suffered a miscarriage before becoming pregnant with Vaeda, and the Couple’s Therapy alum told Us in September 2018 that she and her husband weren’t trying for their third.

“This baby is our rainbow after the storm,” she gushed at the time. “We were using protection and everything. This baby just wanted to be here. It was very unexpected.”

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