Leah Messer continues to face criticism in regard to her thin frame. Following a family vacation to Great Wolf Lodge water park in Garden Grove, California, photos surfaced of the Teen Mom 2 flaunting her bikini body as she spent time with her daughters, 6-year-old twins, Ali and Aleeah, and 3-year-old Adalynn.

This week, after sharing photos of the reality star in her bikini, the Daily Mail claimed she was looking "alarmingly skinny" and pointed out that her "pronounced collarbones" were exposed. The outlet also shared a photo from Messer in July of last year in which she seemed to be "full-figured."

Leah Messer has shared a bevy of skinny photos in recent weeks

For the past several weeks, Leah Messer has been making a habit of sharing photos herself in bikinis.

Despite the ongoing speculation into why the reality star may be so thin, Messer continues to post photos of herself and after facing criticism, she fought back during an interview with Refinery 29.

"First and foremost, there is much more to women than our bodies," Messer said. "Yet many women seem to continually judge others, not by their character, but by their bodies. There are many more important issues going on in the world today than whether or not I had enough to eat for breakfast."

Leah Messer went on to slam her critics for being "mean-spirited" and bullying her online. She also demanded her haters stop shaming and instead begin supporting one another and focusing on things that really matter.

Leah Messer recently reconciled with Corey Simms

Following years of court battles regarding the custody of Ali and Aleeah, Messer and her ex-husband have gotten to a much better place.

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In fact, just days ago, the former couple came together for the sake of their twins on their first day of 1st grade.

In a post to her fans on Instagram, Leah Messer shared a collage of photos of Simms and their twins on the girls' bus stop. In the caption, Messer reflected on how much her girls have grown and revealed they would be attending different classes as they continued on with their schooling.