Amy Slaton and Michael Halterman, whose relationship was documented on TLC’s show “1000-pound Sisters,” have decided to end their marriage after two years. The couple, who eloped in 2017 and officially tied the knot two years later, recently filed for divorce in a Kentucky court.

Despite their hopes and dreams, Amy and Michael have accepted that their journey together has reached its end. As they each prepare to embark on new adventures, they must also come to terms with the fact that their relationship didn’t work out as they had hoped.

During their time together, Amy and Michael experienced the joy of expanding their family. After months of anticipation, they welcomed their second child, Glenn Allen Halterman, into the world. Glenn weighed an impressive 5 pounds, 11 ounces and measured a healthy 17.5 inches. Amy expressed her happiness and excitement on an episode of “1000-Lb. Sisters,” stating that their family now feels complete.

Not only did Glenn bring immense joy to Amy and Michael, but he also bears a resemblance to both of his parents, a fact that fills them with even more pride. Sarah Slaton, Amy’s sister, who has always dreamed of becoming a mother and raising two children, is thrilled that her dream has finally come true with the arrival of Glenn.

The birth of Glenn is a momentous occasion for the family, one that they will cherish forever. It signifies the unity and love that exists within their little, yet beautifully formed, family unit. Despite the challenges they now face as they go their separate ways, Amy and Michael can find solace in the joy and love that their children bring into their lives.