If you watch Teen Mom 2 online, then you’re probably aware of the ongoing feud between Jenelle Evans and her mother, Barbara Evans.

Barbara has custody of Jenelle’s eldest son, Jace, and like pretty much everything else in her life, Jenelle is very pissed off about it.

Jenelle Evans Sunglasses Son Jace

For weeks now, Jenelle has been claiming that Barbara has been keeping Jace from her by canceling scheduled visits and denying her permission to take him on family outings.

Earlier this week, she revealed that she was devastated to learn that she wouldn’t be allowed to 

“On Mother’s Day I won’t have him,” she tweeted.

“I’m torn. Was mad for too long then turned into tears the rest of my night.”

“She ignores my calls and texts and took Jace and hid from me all day in her house locked up. No lie.”

Jenelle Evans with her kids

Yesterday, Jenelle updated fans via Instagram, and it seems Barbara made good on her threat to prevent Jenelle from seeing her son on Mother’s Day.

In fairness, Barbara doesn’t do social media, so we haven’t heard her side of the story.

But for once, fans are overwhelmingly siding with Jenelle.

It’s possible that Barbara had a perfectly good reason for her actions, but it’ll be tough to explain her way out of this one.

After all, it doesn’t get much lower than keeping a mom from one of her kids on Mother’s Day.

Fortunately, the day wasn’t totally devoid of pleasant surprises:

Jenelle Evans Mother's Day Image

“The kids and David made me this homemade chalk board for our house and even drew one awesome picture on it,” Jenelle captioned the above photo of he favorite gift. “I’m in love!”

She added:

“This day didn’t go the way I imagined but there will be many more to come in the future. #Hopeful.”

Jenelle seems encouraged by the fact that, for better or worse, the Jace issue will be decided in the very near future.

Jenelle recently told Radar Online that she and Barbara are set to face off in court on May 25 to decide who will have primary physical custody of Jace.

Here’s hoping that for the boy’s sake, they’ll accept the outcome whatever it may be.