Kylie Jenner Updates Fans after Allergic Reaction Sent Baby Stormi to Hospital
Kylie Jenner recently went through one of the most harrowing parenting experiences ever as she spent an entire day in the hospital with her 16-month-old daughter, Stormi Webster.
The reality star/beauty mogul is known to keep fans updated on social media, and this occasion was no different.
On Sunday, Kylie took to her Instagram Story with a picture of little Stormi sucking on a pacifier while sleeping and revealed that she “spent the day” at the hospital with her daughter.
Stormi’s hospital visit also makes her the second Kardashian-Jenner kid to suffer an allergic reaction within the space of two months
The 21-year-old mom added:
“She had an allergic reaction but is 100% okay now and we are home. Nothing else matters when these things happen.”
Kylie, perhaps seeing motherhood in a whole new light after her experience, offered a prayer for every mom out there with a sick baby.
“God bless all the moms with sick babies,” continued the young mom. “I'm sending so much love and positive energy your way.”
Kylie did not offer any information about what Stormi was allergic to, but earlier in the day, she shared a video of the sunset from her home and wrote atop it:
“Blessed beyond words. Thank you God. I believe in being a reflection of what you’d like to receive. If you want love, give love. If you want success, wish success.”
News of Stormi’s allergic reaction comes mere days after Kylie posted photos of them splashing around in the pool and it’s understandable that the young mom would have been distraught to see her daughter -- who she shares with rapper boyfriend, Travis Scott -- in pain.
Stormi’s hospital visit also makes her the second Kardashian-Jenner kid to suffer an allergic reaction within the space of two months.
In April, family matriarch Kris Jenner revealed that Kim Kardashian’s three-year-old son Saint was rushed to the E.R. late at night.
“We went to Palm Springs and Saint, my little grandson, we discovered he might be allergic to grass. We ended up in the E.R.,” Kris said, adding that “all is well — we figured it out.”
It’s good to know both Saint and Stormi are doing well now.
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