Corey Simms and his fellow reality dads, including Amber Portwood's ex-fiance Gary Shirley and Jenelle Evans' ex-fiance Nathan Griffith, recently filmed a "Teen Mom" special, and in a sneak peek at the upcoming show, Simms discusses the possibility of adding more children into his family. Just over a year after welcoming his first child with wife Miranda, the reality star and ex-husband of Leah Messer said he will consider the idea in the future.

“I’d like to later, but I don’t know,” Simms explained to the cameras. Meanwhile, Shirley said he'd have more children once he's financially stable and Griffith said he would too -- but only after he settles his ongoing custody battle with Evans.

Corey Simms' marriage to Leah Messer lasted just months

Corey Simms tied the knot with Messer in late 2010, and by June of the following year, they were divorced. As fans of "Teen Mom 2" will recall, Messer admitted to sleeping with a former boyfriend, Robbie Kidd, just days before she and Simms tied the knot. Messer married Jeremy Calvert, who filed for divorce in 2015, in April 2012, and the former couple shares one child together, Adalynn, 3.

Corey Simms married Miranda in 2013

After tying the knot with Miranda Patterson in June 2013, Simms was caught in the midst of a love triangle with his former wife when he engaged in an affair with Messer later that year. At the time of the affair, Messer was also married.

Although the affair certainly put a strain on Simms' marriage to Miranda, they ultimately worked through their issues, and in November of last year, they welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Remington Monroe Simms. The child was the third child for Simms, who also shares 7-year-old twins Ali and Aleeah with Messer.

The child was also not due until January of this year, but fortunately, despite her early birth, Remington was able to leave the hospital in time for Thanksgiving 2015.

To see more of Corey Simms and his family, tune in to "Teen Mom 2" season 7B, which premieres on MTV on Monday, Jan. 2, at 9 p.m.