"On Saturday evening, I dropped my son on his head causing him to fracture his skull and landing him in the ICU," she captioned the picture of her holding Sid, with an emoji covering her face (Mollen and Biggs have not shown their son's face publicly).
She went on to thank the staff at the hospital, as well as Biggs. But it looks like things are improving for the family.
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"Sid is home now taking things slowly and recovering nicely," Mollen continued. "He is also eating a lot of chocolate dipped ice cream cones and plans to try cherry dipped soon."
She went on to say, "My heart goes out to all parents who have or will ever find themselves in this kind of position. You are not alone..."
Mollen's honest post was met with almost excusively positive and supportive comments from her friends and followers, with many sharing their own awkward stories of dropping their kids or being dropped as kids. It's apparently even more common than you might think.
One follower marveled at the overwhelming positivity on display, writing, "I have scrolled and scrolled and have yet to find a single asshole comment. Jenny, you have attracted the best kind of followers and supporters. We've all been there, I am so sorry. Wishing him a speedy recovery!"