I was thinking the same thing. When she said she could be the receptionist a the vet office I don't think she can even do that. When we had to euthanize my beloved dog last year, those receptionists were extremely careful with me and very compassionate. They also have a job to do where they greet the animals and their owners and go about their business. They don't really have time to "love on" the animals when they come it. (I HATE that phrase, "love on" and I said as much in an earlier post further up the thread.) The front desk people at my dog's vet were always busy with the phones, appointments, billing etc. No way she can handle that.
She's better off as a dog groomer (the only animal she seems interested in helping) or a cashier at PetSmart. I don't even know if she could handle grooming!
And she needs to get over her fear of math or she won't be able to get any kind of further education.
I felt sad watching Mackenzie's conversation with her son. It really should not have been on camera. However, I did like her approach. She was very matter-of-fact and calm about it. She was probably dying inside, but she held it together for her boy. I did like the tribute at the end, but I don't really have any connection to this family since I never saw them on 16 and Pregnant or Teen Mom 3. Overall, it was just sad and intrusive, but Mack's mom agreed to do it. I don't know what to think!
I usually fast forward Cheyanne except when they show Ryder. She is adorable! What the heck is the meaning behind "Rage Regardless Ryder" or "R3"? How did that come to be the name of her charity? Ugh.
As much as I am tired of hearing Ryan and Mac complain, I'm also tired of seeing Maci and Taylor do the same. What else is their storyline? Hey, Ryan, your mom is so controlling over the visits with your son because you are such a disaster of a human being! Why don't you act like a father and do something except complain? And Jen, enjoy your time with Benny now. He's almost at the age when he will want nothing to do with you (or his parents) and will be too busy to hang out with you.
We can hate Maci all we want, but I think she is doing a good job with her kids.