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MTV "Teen Mom" fans said they were "shocked" when they saw a new picture of Vaeda, the middle child of Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell.

Too cute! Catelynn and Tyler Baltierra’s youngest daughter, Rya Rose, reached an exciting milestone this week.

On August 3, Catelynn took to Instagram to share with fans that baby Rya is now crawling.

The 30-year-old shared two videos on Instagram, documenting Rya’s first crawl.

“We officially have a crawler ????,” Catelynn wrote in the caption. “(I stopped filming to get that out of her hand ????) let the fun begin ????????.”

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‘Teen Mom’ Fans React to Rya’s First Crawl

“Teen Mom” fans commented on the post to share their thoughts on the “adorable” video.

“Kids at every age and stage!!! Gotta love that,” one follower commented. “You’re the best Mom they could have. I loved seeing her cute little baby feet! Thanks for posting.”

“Adorable she’s growing so fast,” another fan wrote.

“Way to go Rya!” a third Instagram user commented.

“She is just the cutest????,” a fourth user added.

“Now your job begins,” a fifth user wrote.

Catelynn Opens Up About Rya’s RSV Diagnosis View this post on Instagram

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In the fall of 2021, Catelynn opened up about Rya’s health journey after being diagnosed with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

According to the CDC, RSV is a “common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms.” But the condition can be more series in infants and older adults.

Catelynn spoke to Celebuzz about her daughter’s condition, revealing that the diagnosis has caused her a lot of anxiety.

“This has been an extremely hard week for me and I always want to be open with my fans about what’s going on in our lives, our children’s lives, and with my mental health as this is a topic I’ve always been open about,” she told Celebuzz. “I’ve really been struggling with my panic disorder this week and it’s not easy. On top of that, Rya got diagnosed with RSV.”

“RSV is a respiratory virus and, as you could imagine, with covid running rampant through the country our heads immediately went there,” she continued. “Luckily, it was just RSV and we know she will get better, but watching her have trouble breathing and coughing is not an easy thing to endure as a parent.”

Catelynn also spoke out about Rya’s diagnosis on Instagram, sharing a sweet photo of her daughter and thanking fans for their continued support.

“Rya’s condition has been absolutely devastating and [heartbreaking],” she wrote in the caption. “We are continuing to hope she heals completely. Thank you for your prayers. Please keep them coming. We appreciate your support during this tough time. ????????”

The “Teen Mom” star gave an update on her daughter’s condition in December 2021, telling Celebuzz that Rya is doing much better.

“Rya is doing much better we are now only doing breathing treatments at night time,” she told the publication. “I’m doing well and my panic has [gone] away finally but I’m still doing therapy! And Rya has RSV but is getting better everyday!”

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Two Rookies Listed as Starters on Colts First Unofficial Depth Chart

Getty Head coach Frank Reich and the Indianapolis Colts released the team's first unofficial depth chart on August 9.

The Indianapolis Colts will play their first preseason game on Saturday, August 13. With that game only days away, the Colts released their first unofficial depth chart on August 9.

It’s important to keep in mind that nothing is set in stone when it comes to an NFL depth chart in the middle of August. That’s why teams use the term, “unofficial.”

But there are still a couple things noteworthy items on Indianapolis’ first depth chart for the 2022 season, including two rookies listed as starters — wide receiver Alec Pierce and strong safety Nick Cross.

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Pierce One of Three Starting Wide Receivers

One of the most anticipated training camp battles for the Colts this season was at wide receiver. Pierce and Parris Campbell, who is in a contract year, are competing for playing time opposite breakout 2021 star wideout Michael Pittman Jr.

On Indianapolis’ first unofficial depth chart, both Pierce and Campbell are listed as starters, depending on what personnel the offense uses to begin a game. On the team’s first depth chart, there are actually 12 starters, including three wide receivers and two tight ends.

If the Colts begin Week 1 of the preseason against the Buffalo Bills with two tight ends, then Pierce and Campbell likely won’t both start. But should the offense begin with a 3-wide receiver set, then Pierce will start.

Interestingly, the Colts didn’t feature many 3-wideout sets last year. Pittman and Zach Pascal both played more than 78% of Indianapolis’ offensive snaps, but the team’s No. 3 receiver, T.Y. Hilton, only lined up for 30.28% of the team’s snaps on offense.

This year, though, it’s very likely the Colts will have more than three receivers playing at least a one-third of the team’s offensive snaps, assuming Pittman, Campbell and Pierce all remain healthy.

Click here to view the Colts entire unofficial depth chart on offense for Week 1 of the preseason.

Cross Listed as Starting Strong Safety

Indianapolis also lists 12 starters on defense on its first unofficial depth chart. The chart includes three linebackers and three cornerbacks.

But regardless of whether the Colts play their base defense or deploy the nickel personnel, Cross is considered a starter on the team’s first depth chart as one of the team’s top two safeties.

The depth chart lists Cross ahead of both free agent acquisitions Rodney McLeod and Armani Watts.

Ironically, Cross the McLeod attended the same high school. McLeod told reporters on August 2 that he has been following Cross’ career for a long time and called his ability to make calls at the safety spot as a rookie earlier in training camp, “very impressive.”

Cross has a chance to start this season because Khari Willis suddenly announced his retirement in June.

Click here to view the Colts’ defensive depth chart for Week 1 of the preseason.

Other Notes From Colts’ First Depth Chart

Left tackle was expected to be another training camp battle for the Colts this year. Veteran Matt Pryor is listed as the starter ahead of rookie Bernhard Raimann on the team’s unofficial depth chart.

Based on how Pryor and Raimann have played in camp, that’s not a surprise.

At right tackle, undrafted free agent Ryan Van Demark is listed as the team’s backup to Braden Smith. Veteran Dennis Kelly is behind Van Demark on the depth chart, which is a little surprising, but Kelly has been dealing with a knee injury.

At tight end, rookies Drew Ogletree and Jelani Woods are both listed as backups behind Mo Alie-Cox and Kylen Granson. The Colts drafted Woods 199 picks ahead Ogletree, but Ogletree has played very well during camp.

On defense, Ben Banogu is listed as one of the team’s backup edge rushers ahead of Dayo Odeyingbo. That’s a little bit surprisingly, but Colts writer Kevin Hickey of USA Today wrote the situation is one “to not overthink.”

There’s still a whole month before the start of the regular season. This is far from the Colts’ final depth chart.

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