Kailyn Lowry’s son, 13, insisted she ‘use a condom’ after finding her sex toys

Kailyn Lowry’s 13-year-old son, Isaac, had to give her the sex talk.

During a recent episode of her “Coffee Convos” podcast, the “Teen Mom” alum revealed she accidentally left her sex toys on the kitchen counter after filming a sponsored post for a brand.

Lowry, who reportedly welcomed her fifth child in November, explained that her oldest son confronted her after stumbling upon the adult toys.

“They’re sex toys, and Isaac is not dumb,” the podcast host, 31, said. “So he saw the sex toys in a box on the counter, and I woke up to a Post-It note on my door.”

According to Lowry, the note read, “Put your keychains away and don’t leave them on the counter.”

Kailyn Lowry and her son Isaac.
The “Teen Mom” alum says Isaac told her to “use a condom” after finding her sex toys on the kitchen counter.

“I don’t even know why he called them that,” she continued. “On the next door, the next (note) said, ‘Use a condom before you end up with yet another kid.’”

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In addition to Issac, whom she shares with ex Jo Rivera, Lowry also has four other children with three different partners.

She and her ex-husband, Javi Marroquin, co-parent son Lincoln, 9, while she also shares sons Lux, 5, and Creed, 2, with ex Chris Lopez.

Kailyn Lowry with her sons.
Lowry shares five sons with four different exes.

Most recently, she allegedly welcomed her fifth child, another son, with boyfriend Elijah Scott, whom she started dating last year.

However, the pair decided to keep the arrival of their little one a secret, only telling  “close family and friends.”

The reality TV star joined “16 and Pregnant” in 2010 before starring on “Teen Mom 2” for 11 years. She announced her departure from the hit MTV series in May 2022, saying she needed to “move on” from reality TV.

  Kailyn Lowry
The former reality TV star reportedly welcomed her fifth child last year but has yet to announce his arrival on social media.

Now that she is off the small screen, Lowry has found her calling with podcasting — which she says is pretty similar to the world of reality TV.

“I’m sure at one point I was like, ‘No, I would never do reality TV again.’ But I think reality TV is similar to podcasting in the aspect that you either have it or you don’t,” she previously told People.

“I think people would be very interested to see the dynamic behind the scenes of podcasting, especially when it is really saturated and people don’t like each other,” she added. “There’s a lot of cattiness that people don’t realize, and so I think that would be a really interesting show.”

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