TEEN Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska asked fans to "caption this" in a funny photo of her newborn baby daughter Walker looking "concerned."
The 29-year-old shared the snap in an Instagram Story post on Wednesday.
In the photo, Walker looked off to the side of the camera as she donned a serious expression.
The newborn appeared to pout as she held her eyes wide open while she was rocked back and forth.
Despite her "concerned" expression, Walker looked adorable in a white onesie.
After sharing a video of the newborn being rocked, the MTV star shared a screenshot and wrote: "Caption this."
The Teen Mom 2 star welcomed Walker back in January.
Chelsea shares Walker with husband Cole DeBoer.
The couple also shares Watson, three, and Layne, two, Chelsea has daughter, Aubree, 11, with her ex-boyfriend, Adam Lind.
She announced the news that she had given birth to her fourth child on Instagram.
Alongside snaps of her newest daughter, Chelsea wrote: "Walker June. 6lbs 1oz. She decided she wanted to share a birthday with her big brother, Watson and surprised us by coming last night."
Cole shared the same photos and wrote: "Blessed with another little Angel! Our sweet baby girl. Walker June DeBoer. Stole my heart immediately! I love you @chelseahouska."
Earlier this week, Chelsea admitted she was "sad" that Walker might be her "last baby."
After a follower asked Chelsea if she wants to have more kids, the former reality star responded: "I don't know. Makes me sad to think about!"
The family has been enjoying Walker's first days, as Chelsea recently shared a clip of Cole cradling Walker.
The new dad hilariously mimicked his daughter's cooing sounds, while their other children could be heard in the background.
Chelsea also recently revealed the inspiration behind her daughter's name.
During a Q&A on Instagram, a fan asked how the couple came up with the name Walker.
The Teen Mom 2 star revealed: "There is a place that's really special to me, and was special to me growing up… called Walker Valley. Cole and I got married there."
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