Teen Mom Jenelle Evans celebrates son Jace's 12th birthday with a family boat ride and gushes 'time has flown by!'

TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans gushed that "time has flown by" as she celebrated son Jace's 12th birthday with a family boat ride.

The reality star got emotional as she posted the smiling picture of the foursome as they marked Jace's special day.

With husband David Eason at the wheel, Jenelle had their daughter Ensley, four, on her lap, while the birthday boy was next to his brother Kaiser, six.

Jenelle, 29, captioned the happy snap: "All weekend we celebrated Jace’s birthday.

"WOW, HES 12 TODAY! Time has FLOWN by! #HappyBirthday #RiverDays".

Janelle shares her first born with ex Andrew Lewis, while Nathan Griffith is dad to Kaiser.

The former Teen Mom 2 star married David in 2017 – daughter Ensley was born in the same year.

Time has flown by!

Jace has spent most of his life being cared for by Janelle's mother Barbara, who currently has primary physical and legal custody of him.

Jenelle has visitation with him every other weekend, after she signed over custody of her son to her mother in June 2010.

Back in April, The Sun had obtained the North Carolina court papers in which the TV star filed for sole custody of her troubled son Jace and asked the court to be granted emergency custody.

Jenelle alleged Jace had “increasingly worse behavior problems that cause him to be physically aggressive, out of control and unsafe.”

The TV personality claimed: “The minor child physically assaulted [Barbara] twice causing injury to [Barbara.] The Minor child also burned the carpet because he was angry with [Barbara]."

Also that same month, the YouTube star revealed in her Addicted to Growth series that Kaiser had been kicked out of at least two schools. 

Jennelle said: "Kaiser had a really hard time at school in North Carolina. He was in his first school and got kicked out.

"In the second school, he basically got kicked out, wouldn't behave. And when we got to Tennessee, he started school again."

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