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Jordan Ward with baby Noah after his birth on MTV's "16 and Pregnant."
updated 5/23/2011 4:53:29 PM ET 2011-05-23T20:53:29

It's take two for this teen mom.

Jordan Ward, one of the titular stars of MTV's "16 and Pregnant" and mom to 17-month-old Noah, hit Facebook today to announce that she's once again got a bun in her very young oven.

And she doesn't care what you think about it.

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Ward just wants everyone to know she's perfectly capable of taking care of her expanding family.

"I've read every comment on here," Ward wrote on her Facebook wall. "Yes I'm pregnant again. I really do not care if you think it's wrong. I am married, we pay for everything, we aren't living off of family or anything. We pay rent, we own our car, for insurance, pay for food, pay for our cell phones, pay for clothes and whatever Noah needs. And we are moving in a house in August. && here's a kicker.....IAM THE ONE WHO TAKES CARE OF NOAH 24/7!"

Her husband, Brian, is reportedly headed to the Air Force in a month to work as a linguist.

Ward is the second of the young moms on MTV to get pregnant for a second time. However, the first, Markai Durham, chose to have an abortion, which she discussed on "No Easy Decision," a Dr. Drew special that aired in December.

Among the well-wishers was "Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans, who has made the wrong kind of headlines lately with a drug bust, assault arrest and trip to rehab (where she is currently residing).

"CONGRATS JORDAN WARD," Evans wrote on her Facebook page. "She is pregnant again with a baby girl. I think she is mature enough and her and her man are doing very great so they deserve what they desire :]"

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