Leah Messer is very proud of her daughter Ali for everything she has done so far. A few years back, Ali was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, a diagnosis that had taken a long time. Leah and her ex-husband Corey Simms had done just about anything to get an answer as to why their daughter was having a hard time walking. Their battle to get an answer was featured on "Teen Mom 2," but some fans believe that Leah and her ex-husband Corey have a hard time accepting the diagnosis. Viewers get the feeling that they don't want to accept that they have a child with special needs.

According to a new Instagram post, Leah Messer is now revealing that Ali is busy on the baseball field with her sister Aleeah. Leah is super happy that her daughter can experience some of the same sports as her sister, even though she has a disability. On "Teen Mom 2," Ali is often complaining about falling down and having pains. She was even rushed to the emergency room because of breathing issues. Yet, her mother and father seem to encourage her individuality by encouraging her to do sports.

Encouragement is not abuse

Leah Messer and Corey have documented their daughter's struggles on "Teen Mom 2" since they started realizing that Ali was having some issues. Of course, they want to encourage their daughter and they want her to try her best, not give up and sit in a wheelchair.

But some fans believe that Ali may be abused because she's not using her wheelchair.

"Because from watching the show Dr. Tsao keeps saying she needs to use the power wheelchair. Saying "you believe" doesn't make the muscular dystrophy go away and chalking things off to allergies and clumsiness is irresponsible at best and Child Abuse at worst," one follower wrote about Leah Messer's parenting, referring to the breathing issues featured on "Teen Mom 2."

Judging based on a TV show

Of course, fans of "Teen Mom 2" only have so much information.

The show they watch is limited to just a few minutes every week. In addition, Leah and Corey can administer what they share on social media. Simply because Ali played a baseball game without using her wheelchair doesn't mean she isn't using it all other times of the day. Perhaps she's doing much better than when Leah was filming the previous season of "Teen Mom 2."

What do you think about Leah Messer being accused of abusing Ali because she's refusing to acknowledge that her daughter has special needs and should be treated as such? Do you think it is unfair criticism for a mother who is just hoping for the best?