Amber Portwood (‘Teen Mom’) Leah has irritated me.

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Amber Portwood (‘Teen Mom’) Leah has irritated me.

Amber Portwood, star of “Teen Mom OG,” revealed she was unhappy after hanging out with her daughter, Leah, and wondered what the meeting’s “purpose” was. After months of silence, the two reconciled at Gary Shirley’s house, but Portwood departed her ex-house boyfriend’s empty-handed.

While driving away, Portwood, 31, remarked, “I’m not sure what the point of this was for travelling 40 minutes, but that’s cool.”

Portwood complained to her MTV producer, David, later in the “Teen Mom OG” episode, which aired November 2, 2021, that her 12-year-old daughter was being “snappy” with her.

“With Leah, she was quite off,” Portwood explained, “but I already knew that was going to be the case.” “The only thing about Leah that disturbed me was that she was getting a touch irritable at times. Don’t speak to me in that manner. Apart than that, I was very satisfied with everything.”

Portwood expressed how much she missed her daughter and how much she cherished their meal together. “It was a pleasant experience.” I mean, it’s been a while since I’ve been there. “I miss her a lot,” she admitted. “Little text messages, phone calls, and Snapchat are all things I miss.”

“The point is to be present. She went on to say, “Just turning up to her was a big deal.” “Now all I have to do is keep showing up, regardless of what she says, and not push, but simply be present. “There is no such thing as perfection.”

Portwood was ‘nervous’ about meeting Leah.

In a voice-over for MTV cameras before arriving at Shirley’s residence, Portwood expressed her concern about seeing the adolescent.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve seen Leah, and I’m both happy and nervous,” the “Teen Mom OG” star explained. “I want to take things slowly and not push anything to show her I’m serious.”

She said “hi” to Leah when she entered the house, but she didn’t walk over to kiss or hug her. When Shirley advised Portwood that he should sit next to his wife, Kristina Anderson, rather than Leah, Portwood remarked on the benefits of living alone.

“It’s strange because no one is at my house,” Portwood explained to Anderson. “It’s been amazing living alone for the past 16 months. I’ve been working things out and relaxing while completing my schoolwork. It’s tranquil.”

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