The “Pillows” episode of MTV’s “Teen Mom” series is the first of the show’s first four seasons to feature a major episode centered around the birth of a baby girl.
It also stars Amber Portwood, who was in attendance at the premiere event in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Portwood, whose father was a nurse and was a pediatric surgeon, is now in the process of giving birth to her first daughter, Jaden, a term that her mother, Jenelle Evans, first heard about when she was pregnant with the show.
Evans, who lives in New Jersey, is also a mother to a son.
“I had been talking about having a baby for a while, but this is something that was so exciting for me,” Evans said in an interview with The Huffington Post.
“I had never had a baby, but Jenelle was so excited about it, and she was excited to have Jaden.
She had never been pregnant before, and to have that moment where she was able to share it with somebody who has no idea what to do with a baby in their own family is very special.””
Pillowers” was filmed in a house where Evans and her family lived in New York City, where Evans has been working as a model for years.
Evans said the show was shot in a single room, and that she and her husband, actor John Leguizamo, had to wear a separate mask and wig to ensure the cameras could get close enough to Evans to capture her baby’s face and breathing.
“We had to do our own masks and wigs to be able to get close to Jaden,” Evans told HuffPost.
“We didn’t have any masks on.
We just had to put our wigs on and go, ‘Okay, we’re in the room.'”
She said the entire experience was a “beautiful thing” for her, but she was especially happy with how it felt for her to be a mother of a child who would not only be a part of the “Pills” family, but also a part for the show as a whole.
“The thing that is so amazing is that my life is not only connected to Jadens life, but is also connected to her,” Evans added.
“She is a part-time caregiver to me, and I am a part time caregiver.
She is a beautiful part of my life and she is my soulmate, and it’s a beautiful thing.””
We’ve got a beautiful life,” Evans continued.
We can be a family, we can have a family.””
The only reason that we can’t have a baby is because she has to stay in New England to have a child and that’s the only reason I can’t be a parent.
We can be a family, we can have a family.”
For Evans, “Powers” is a chance to make a name for herself as an actress, one who can capture the spirit of a “Piller” and a “Platinum” character.
She added that she was also excited about her role as the mother of her daughter.
“It’s so hard for me to be the mom of my daughter, to see her grow up, to watch her grow and learn how to play football, because she’s so young, but the fact that she can have her own voice is so inspiring,” Evans, 27, told HuffPost, describing herself as the “Plastic Mom.”
“She’s a part owner, and my responsibility as a mother is to make sure that she gets the best opportunity to succeed,” she said.
I’m so proud of her. “
Because she is a great person and she’s a great kid.
I’m so proud of her.
I feel like a Platinum Mom.”
Portwood is currently filming “Lethal Weapon,” a movie that was originally planned for her next season on MTV’s reality show “Teen Choice Awards.”
The show, which premiered in August, is set in a futuristic New York where a new generation of killers is being groomed for their next big shot.
The show is the brainchild of Portwood’s husband, David Schwimmer, a lawyer who has a long history in the entertainment industry, including appearances on “Seinfeld,” “Scandal” and “The Sopranos.”
Portewo is also set to star in the movie “The Lost City of Z” opposite “Lost Girl” star Michael Stuhlbarg, who is currently starring in “The Expendables 3.”