AceShowbiz - Javi Marroquin isn't done expanding his family after recently welcoming his second child. The "Teen Mom 2" star reveals in an interview with Radar Online that he's ready for a third baby, just months after his girlfriend Lauren Comeau gave birth to their son Eli in November 2018.
"I'm ready when she's ready," he says of having another baby. It appears that the couple won't stop procreating until they welcome a baby girl. He shares, "We are still trying for that girl. We want that girl!"
But Javi's wish to have a daughter will have to wait for at least another year. "But she's not ready," the MTV reality TV star says of his girlfriend. "Eli is a handful for now, we will take our time." He adds that they will try to welcome another child "next year."
Javi is also a father to a 4-year-old son Lincoln whom he shares with ex-wife Kailyn Lowry. The two got married from 2013 until 2016.
Javi started dating Lauren in 2017 after meeting at a friend's wedding, but split soon due to the long distance romance. He then romanced his "Teen Mom 2" co-star Briana DeJesus, but their relationship ended in January 2018.
Not long after, Javi rekindled his romance with Lauren. He admitted on the MTV show, "Me and Lauren dated last summer, but it was just bad timing and we both had a lot going on. And then we just rekindled, she texted me, and we were talking for a little bit. Then we hung out and the chemistry was still there, and now we're together. I'm trying to get over the ex."
While Javi and Kailyn have been co-parenting their son, she doesn't seem interested to get to know his current girlfriend. "It makes me want to wonder why she hasn't wanted to meet me for this long," Lauren asked in the season 8 premiere. "My biggest thing is I just want your co-parenting to be happy and healthy. I just want respect on both sides."
Lauren has since accepted that. "A direct relationship with her, I don't now if that's necessary," she told Radar Online in November. "But to be able to all be together for the kids' sake, hopefully we'll get there."