The former fiance of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's daughter says he hopes they can reconcile at some point.
Levi Johnston told ABC's "Good Morning America" on Monday that he and 18-year-old Bristol Palin ended their engagement after deciding it would be better if they separated for a while.
The two are the parents of an infant son, Tripp, born on Dec. 27. Johnston says the couple needed time to grow up before following through on marriage plans.
Says 19-year-old Johnston, "I'd like to get back together with her. I don't know what she's thinking."
Asked if they are civil when chatting, he says, "Yeah. For the most part."
As for the future, he adds, "Whatever happens, happens."
Sarah Palin announced her daughter's pregnancy days after being picked by John McCain to be his GOP vice presidential running mate.
Johnston says he sees his son "whenever I want to."
The engagement is off for the teenage daughter of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and the father of her baby.
Levi Johnston told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he and
Bristol Palin mutually decided "a while ago" to end their relationship. The 19-year-old Johnston declined to elaborate.
Eighteen-year-old Bristol Palin says in a statement to the AP that she is "devastated."
The two are the parents of a boy named Tripp, who was born Dec.
Sarah Palin revealed her daughter's pregnancy days after being
named John McCain's running mate on the Republican presidential
In an interview that aired on Fox News last month, Bristol Palin said her fiance saw the baby every day and described him as a "hands-on" dad.
The two had said they were considering a summer wedding.