Cheyenne Floyd Moved on From Cory Wharton and Expanded Her Family With Someone New

"Parenting is a challenge always, but we make it work. Keeping Ryder first is always the goal," said Cheyenne.

Alex West - Author

Jun. 5 2024, Updated 10:33 p.m. ET

Cheyenne Floyd with her kids and husband
Source: Instagram/@cheynotshy

Nowadays, Cheyenne Floyd is known as Cheyenne Davis, but she's still the same girl we know from Teen Mom. However, she's a bit more grown up now with two children.

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She shares her oldest child, Ryder Wharton, with her ex, Cory Wharton. Cheyenne shares her second child, Ace Terrell Davis, with her new husband, Zach Davis. They have a sweet, blended family.

Ryder Wharton and Ace Davis smile together while sitting on a couch
Source: Instagram/@cheynotshy
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Who are Cheyenne Floyd's kids?

The kid we all remember from Teen Mom is young Ryder Wharton. She was born in April 2017, but she's growing up quickly. In 2023, she graduated from kindergarten and was surrounded by familial love.

Cheyenne and Cory really embraced the co-parenting lifestyle because that's best for Ryder. They both appeared at her graduation and even brought their own significant others to the special occasion.

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Cheyenne previously explained to People that co-parenting isn't easy, but they do what they can. "Co-parenting is a never-ending rollercoaster ride that I'm on," she explained. "And sometimes we're smooth sailing, and then there's up, there's down. There's a death drop. I'm like 'When is it ever going to end?' But it's not."

Cheyenne added, "Parenting is a challenge always, but we make it work. Keeping Ryder first is always the goal. And that's how we've always gotten through any argument or disagreement."

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Cheyenne's other child, Ace, was born in May 2021. Zach wrote on Instagram, "Our cub has entered this world healthy and handsome as ever. This was by far the best day in my entire life. @cheynotshy thank you so much for this. My life has changed in so many ways I cannot wait to show you the world son @aceofdavis."

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"We are extremely blessed and honored that this little one has chosen us as parents," Cheyenne wrote. "We prayed for this moment and wanted to hold on to it as long as we could."

"The past few months have been life-changing in the best ways possible," she added. "Ryder is so excited to be a big sister again and is already super protective over my bump. She prays for the baby every night and kisses my belly every morning."

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"Zach, you have been nothing but supportive and there every step of the way. Thinking about how young we were when we first met and how far we have come, I could not be more proud of us today. My heart is so full. Let the next adventure began."

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Cory is supportive of the new addition to their crazy extended family. In fact, he recognized the way these unique family dynamics can affect Ryder and has been very proactive.

During one episode, the co-parents realized that the children were getting confused about who to call "dad." After all, they each had different ones. Ryder sometimes slips up and calls Zach her dad. And on the other hand, Ace would sometimes call his own father by his first name, imitating his big sister.

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Zach Davis and Cheyenne Floyd on the 'Teen Mom Family Reunion'
Source: MTV

Everyone was quick to talk the awkward moments out and get to the bottom of it. Cory told Zach, "I want what's best for my kid and what's easiest for her. If she feels comfortable calling you dad, then be my guest."

"At the end of the day, Ryder knows who her biological father is, me. I don't need her to prove that by not calling you dad, or calling you Zach over and over," he added. "If she feels comfortable calling you dad, I'm okay with that. The last thing I want is for her to be stressed out."

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