"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans has apparently reconciled after a Twitter feud with her husband Courtland Rogers.

The couple posted their respective tweets on New Year's Day to tell the world that they are still together and that their fight did not break them apart.

In late December, the 20-year-old reality star mom became outraged with her husband of one month and started an argument on Twitter.

The fight started one night after Rogers talked on the phone to his ex-girlfriend and mother of his daughter, Taylor, according to The Daily Mail.

"Dude, he told everyone that he wanted Taylor to never ever contact him again then he waits until I'm asleep to talk to her?" Evans tweeted.

Rogers responded to his wife's accusations on Twitter, writing, "So I just got broke up with because of talking to my lil girl on the phone last night finally getting to here her tell me she loves dada! Wow."

Evans tried to call Rogers out: "First of all, why is your daughter up at 11 p.m. anyways when you were 'talking' to her on the phone?! Haha right."

The incident caused the reality mom to announce that she was single and apparently had intentions of leaving home.

"Why would I come back 'home' when you just threw my suitcase down the stairs and at your own sister," she tweeted Dec. 30.

Rogers returned to Twitter two days later and had apparently reconciled with his wife over New Year's.

"For the record I never broke up with Jenelle," Rogers tweeted Jan. 1. "We took a day break with our families to enjoy time with them. I love her with all my heart."

Evans took to her Twitter account to clear her side of the story: "I live [with] my husband and we are married. I'm not believing any rumors. We are happily married and everyone wants us together and [to] make this work."

Evans and Rogers have a three-year-old son together named Jace.