Chelsea Houska and Adam Lind began the changing of their visitation schedule during last night's episode of "Teen Mom 2." On the show, Adam filed for more time with Aubree, but knowing his past, and the lies he and his family have told her about Aubree's whereabouts, Chelsea wasn't willing to oblige.
Instead, she took some advice from her father, Randy Houska, and hired a lawyer who helped her work through the proceedings and do what was best for four-year-old Aubree.
So, what did Chelsea suggest when it came to Adam's visitation?
According to a March 12 report by Wetpaint Entertainment, Chelsea offered Adam "supervised visitation with Adam's parents every other weekend for one night, or supervised visitation every third week for two nights."
As the season plays out, fans will see more and more from Chelsea and Adam's ongoing legal battle, including what the pair ends up settling for.
For years now, Chelsea and Adam have feuded, and that's a real shame. It would be so much easier on the both of them if they could make amends and be civil, but at this point, it's probably best that they keep their distance and wait for the drama to blow over.