Teen Moms who TWIN with their kids featuring Jenelle Evans and lookalike daughter Ensley, 4

Teen Moms who TWIN with their kids featuring Jenelle Evans and lookalike daughter Ensley, 4

October 7, 2021

TEEN Mom fans have watched as the kids on the show have gone from being newborns to tweens and all the ages in between.

Along the way, many viewers have pointed out just how much a lot of the stars look like their kids, often calling them “twins” and “sisters’ instead of mother and child, especially Jenelle Evans and Ensley.

Though a mom of three, Jenelle only has one daughter, 4-year-old Ensley, whom she shares with husband David Eason.

The 29-year-old Teen Mom often shares photos and TikToks with her little one, and followers can’t get over the similarities between the mother-daughter duo, from there brown wavy hair to the shape of their lips and slope of their noses.

Ensley has been called Jenelle’s “mini me” and “twin” as she’s gotten older, especially since some of their sweet photos from her fourth birthday party earlier this year.

Cheyenne Floyd likes to play up the lookalike angle with her daughter, Ryder, with ex Cory Wharton, with the two sometimes posing in matching ensembles.

The MTV star, who also shares son Ace with fiance Zach Davis, even got a white loungewear set for the two of them, with hers saying “Mama” on the shirt and Ryder’s saying “Mini.”

The pair showed off their matching smiles and their mutual love of striking poses for their photos.

Vee Rivera is also one to wear matching outfits with her 5-year-old daughter, Vivi, who she shares husband Jo Rivera.

From Disney shirts and Mickey ears to pink floral bikinis, the duo like to show off their similar features and style preferences together.

Though a mom of four boys and no girls, fans love seeing how much Kailyn Lowry looks like her eldest son, Isaac.

The 29-year-old shares the 11-year-old with her ex Jo Rivera, and Teen Mom viewers have watched as he’s grown up to look like his mom’s twin.

Kailyn makes sure to give fairly equal social media love to all of her kids and has posted a bunch of selfies snuggling with Isaac, with their faces side-by-side perfectly showing how alike their features are.

From the arch of their eyebrows to the blue-hazel of their eyes and the shapes of their chins and noses, the mother and son are total lookalikes.

Leah Messer’s daughter Aleeah, 11, continues to shock fans by how much she looks like her mother’s “twin’ in various photos, especially ones where she’s wearing more mature outfits, like high-waisted jeans and crop tops.

With some shots of the tween, some were so surprised they were convinced it was actually “a throwback of Leah” and not a snap of Aleeah.

Others called the similarities between the two “so wild,” and that they couldn’t believe they were mother and daughter and not sisters.

Teen Mom fans have also pointed out how much Farrah Abraham’s daughter Sophia, 12, has been morphing into her mom, though they’re not all happy about it.

Some are concerned that Farrah isn’t letting the tween “be a kid” and has been introducing her to too much beauty products for her age.

The Teen Mom, who has had various surgeries over the years, was blasted for letting Sophia wear “a lot of makeup” and fake nails for different events and photo shoots.

Recently, the reality star snapped a picture of her only child in full-glam makeup with two bright red streaks framing her face, as she dressed up for a Halloween festival.

Farrah also shared video clips of the pre-teen's outfit, which consisted of a long-sleeved white shirt, black vest and skirt, and fishnet stockings.

Fans were shocked by the look, as they raced to the comments to slam Farrah for not allowing her daughter to be a "normal kid."

One ranted: "Smh you should let her be the kid that she is. She doesn't need all that makeup."

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