Lowry is the mom of Isaac Elliot Rivera, Lux Russell Lowry, Lincoln Marshall Marroquin. Each one of her sons has a different father. And according to Lowry, while she has been able to successfully co-parent with two of the three fathers, she said “there’s no co-parenting right now” between her and Lux’s father, Chris Lopez.
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However, despite their lack of co-parenting right now, the mom-of-three believes their relationship will get better with time. “Right now, he is just working and going to therapy as far as I know. Working on himself. And I know he will see Lux when the time is right.”
As People reports, in March, Lowry went on record saying things between them “are horrible” romantically. She told People, “I literally don’t even know what to think at this point. I can’t change his mind. I’ve walked in my truth.”
“I’ve ruined other relationships for him and then it didn’t work out. So at this point, I can’t convince him of what he’s done to me. I’ve stuck around long enough.” She said that when it comes to her and Lopez, they are either good or bad, there is no in-between.
This Isn’t the First Time Lowry Dealt With Co-Parenting Drama
As Mamas Uncut previously reported, over the summer, Lowry also had a brief run-in with Issac’s father, Jo Rivera, when she took her three boys on vacation to Hawaii on a day when Rivera was supposed to have him, according to their custody agreement.
Rivera claimed Lowry never told him about her vacation and responded by saying, “He’s supposed to be with me today 9 to 5.’ I said, ‘Okay, well I decided it was in his best interest to be with me and his brothers today.’”
He goes, ‘I asked to have my son today. You agreed to that when you signed the custody agreement. Back to the courtroom. See you there.’ And that’s where it ended.”
In the same interview with Dr. Drew, Lowry said she doesn’t regret her decision to take Isaac with them and that Rivera actually apologized to her later. The former couple was spotted together at a birthday party for Rivera’s daughter, who he shared with his current partner.
Yet despite all the drama, the mom says her boys are doing “really well,” thriving in school and sports, and their personalities are continuously budding.
Sara Vallone has been a writer and editor for the last four and a half years. A graduate of Ohio University, she enjoys celebrity news, sports, and articles that enhance people’s lives.
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