Time to buy a "Get Well Soon" card and send it to 1234 Crazy Oak Island Avenue, because Jenelle Evans's adorable son, Jace, just had an operation!
Jenelle learned this shocking news on August 20, when her mom finally picked up her phone call and announced that Jace had gone in for surgery on the 19.
"Jace had a surgery yesterday and I can't spend time with him again until FRIDAY," Jenelle wrote in her personal blog, Feelings and Emotions. "Like what the f**k?! He had a surgery and you couldn't even tell me so if something went wrong during the surgery I wouldn't be there?! Thanks a lot."
Jenelle hasn't clued fans in as to why Baby Jace had surgery, but we assume he's resting up — otherwise Barbara would surely let Jenelle see him right away. As you might expect, Jenelley's pissed at her mom, and she's also worried that Babs isn't fit to take care of Jace anymore.
"I mean she might of taken care of me and my siblings all my life … but now that she's almost 60 years old and the new generation is about to arise, she thinks she can handle it," Jenelle wrote. "She def. can't and won't be able to take care of Jace for much longer due to the fact she has the disease osteoporosis which is your bones getting extremely brittle and they are very easy to break."
Apparently, Jenelle's grandmother suffered from osteoporosis and was in and out of hospital, and she's concerned that Barbara won't be there for Jace. You know what that means: custody battle alert!
"Why can't she just give custody back to me?!" Jenelle continued. "I go to school, work 3 jobs online at home, took volunteer parenting classes, completed 12 months probation and was sober for 8 months of that period, AND took anger management classes. Also I've been seeing my psychiatrist regularly and taking my medication for my bi-polar disorder as prescribed."
"I don't know.... I'm very furious and frustrated but I guess I'll have to wait until my expungement goes through for my criminal record and then I'll be able to fight for custody."
Let's just hope that Jace gets better and remains well taken care of wherever he's living. In the poetic words of Jenelle, "This too shall pass."
Source: Jenelle's Website