Jenelle Evans and her husband David Eason continue to spend time together as a family, more than a week after an altercation, in which Teen mother 2 The star alleged that he physically assaulted her.
On Monday, Eason shared a series of photos of a family outing to a pumpkin patch in North Carolina. In one of the images, Evans, 26, smiles while holding the camera, while the couple's 1½-year-old daughter, Ensley Jolie, examines a variety of seasonal pumpkins. Evans' son, Kaiser, with whom he shares with former Nathan Griffith, was also there.
Eason shared several other photos of her daughter while playing a variety of adorable poses, even sitting on top of a haystack.
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Days before, the couple put a united front while posing outside with their daughter.
"We've never been happier, thanks for asking!" Eason subtitled the family selfie, placed near the water in Wilmington, North Carolina.
People confirmed on Thursday that Evans had been hospitalized the previous weekend. The 911 chief of operations for Columbus County, North Carolina, said two policemen responded to a 911 call from Evans and Eason's home on October 13.
The call was made by a woman just before 10 p.m. and it was "called as an assault," said the chief. An ambulance was also requested, but then it was canceled, the chief said: "The woman was transported to the hospital in a private vehicle."
A spokesperson for the Columbus County Sheriff's Office told PEOPLE that no incident report was taken.
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In the audio of the call to 911 of Evans, obtained by TMZ, the star of the reality affirmed that her husband "stuck me in the ground" and injured the clavicle.
"I can not breathe," she said. "My clavicle hurts so much."
Evans went on to tell MY! News that the call was "a drunken and dramatic misunderstanding."
"Everything is fine … We are totally fine," he said, adding that the couple is now "feeling good" and that "it is taking a break in social networks … it's time to concentrate on ourselves and on our family ".