Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is recounting how her daughter Molly Sullivan was hospitalized after she was severely dehydrated.
This past Wednesday, the former Bachelorette star, 37, shared to Instagram how she and Molly, 4, were “spending the night” at Children’s Hospital.
“Molly and I are spending the night at the Children’s Hospital tonight. She’s OK. She is just severely dehydrated and they feel she needs to be monitored overnight and given liquids via an IV to get where the doctor feel she needs to be,” she shared.
Fedotowsky-Manno then thanked her followers for their kind “messages and advice and words of encouragement and concern for Molly.”
“Grateful for my husband who has worked so hard to take care of us (I haven’t said anything but I haven’t been feeling well either) while keeping Riley separate so he doesn’t get sick,” she continued.
“Grateful for her doctor that didn’t send us home instead sent us straight to the ER. Grateful for the doctors and nurses here that have taken such good care of us. And especially grateful that they don’t think it’s anything more serious and hopefully we will be going home tomorrow,” Fedotowsky-Manno went on.
“My heart goes out to every parent out there who has felt the fear and pain of seeing your child (or any loved one) so sick.”
The very next day, Fedotowsky-Manno gave her fans an update, revealing that Molly had been discharged.
“Home! Molly is home and almost back to her old self! She even found a lucky penny when we walked out of the hospital this morning to our car. It might sound silly but her finding that penny (and of course being discharged from the hospital) made breathe a huge sigh of relief. Like that penny is going to keep her safe or something,” Fedotowsky-Manno wrote.
Fedotowsky-Manno said Molly “was an absolute trooper in the hospital!”
“She got poked and pricked so many times because they were having trouble finding veins because of her dehydration and I’m just so proud of her! She’s my little rockstar!”
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