Jenelle Eason’s Children Go Back to School After Difficult Summer

Jenelle Eason’s Children Go Back to School After Difficult Summer July 18, 2019
Jenelle Eason with son Kaiser. Photo courtesy Jenelle Eason Instagram

Jenelle Eason’s 5-year-old son started kindergarten today. Eason shared the photos on her Instagram along with photos celebrating his very first day of school. Jenelle Eason lost custody of her son in May after her husband brutally killed their dog Nugget. A judge dismissed the case against the couple earlier this month.

According to photos on Jenelle Eason’s Instagram account, Kaiser started school. Jenelle Eason shared photos of him before he left for school. On a plaque held by Kaiser, the 5-year-old said he wants to be a police officer when he grows up. An interesting choice considering the past few months the young boy has been through.

Eason also shared photos of her stepdaughter Maryssa. According to the plaque held by Maryssa, the tween wants to work as a vet. The photo of Maryssa solidifies that the young girl will be returning to public school. Last year David Eason attempted to homeschool his daughter. However, Maryssa told her father she wanted to go back to school.

After the cute snaps from their house, Eason shared more photos of Kaiser at school. Kaiser’s entire family brought him to school. Jenelle shared photos of Kaiser with his younger sister and stepfather David. Jenelle wrote in the caption of the photos, “At his new desk like a #BigBoy in #Kindergarten but he’s still #MommasBoy ���”

According to Jenelle, the kids attend a year-round school. Due to the school’s schedule, the kids go back to school in July. During an Instagram Live video last week, Eason said the kids will have multiple extended breaks in the fall. Additionally, she said the school requires uniforms.

Jenelle Eason’s son Kaiser turned five this summer. He will be younger than most of the kids in his class. However, the mother believes he’s ready for school. The boy’s exciting first day followed a rough summer for the family. In May, CPS removed Kaiser from Jenelle Eason’s custody due to an animal cruelty investigation. Columbus County Sheriff’s Office investigated David Eason’s role in the death of their French Bulldog Nugget.

Despite a complete search of the property and admissions by Jenelle and David about the dog’s death, police closed the case against David Eason. In fact, Columbus County Sheriff’s Office released a statement last week saying the couple made up the story for publicity.

Additionally, the child abuse and neglect case brought by CPS was thrown out by a judge. The judge in Columbus County determined there wasn’t enough evidence against the parents to prove they abused their children. The court ordered the children returned to the couple on July 3, 2019.

With the summer for the kids officially over, Jenelle Eason is eager to put the past behind her. Hopefully, the children will have a better year than the past few months.

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  • “On a plaque held by Kaiser, the 5-year-old said he wants to be a police officer when he grows up. An interesting choice considering the past few months the young boy has been through.”

    Consider the rate of domestic violence in average American families.

    Then remember that police families have rates of DV around four times higher than average American families.

    Now think about how this kid is being raised, the environment he’s in, how it’s likely “normal” in his world for violence to be used as an enforcement tool to get him (and sibs, and mum) to comply.

    Is it still an “interesting” choice, or perhaps now it’s a logical one, as police are basically the ultimate “authorities” to a five year old kid.