Jenny Mollen and Jason Biggs’ 5-year-old son, Sid, is recovering from a scary accident.
“On Saturday evening, I dropped my son on his head causing him to fracture his skull and landing him in the ICU,” the actress, 39, wrote in a candid Instagram post on Wednesday, April 17. “I am forever grateful to Lenox hill downtown and @nyphospital for their immediate response and aid. Thank you to all of the nurses, neurologists, pediatricians, residents, cafeteria staff and brave women that keep the visitor’s bathrooms clean.”
Mollen joked that she did not expect her lengthy caption to turn “into an Oscars acceptance speech” before showing her appreciation for Biggs, 40, in the wake of the incident.
“@biggsjason Thank god for you! Thank god, thank god, thank god,” she wrote. “It has been a traumatic week but Sid is home now taking things slowly and recovering nicely. He is also eating a lot of chocolate dipped ice cream cones and plans to try cherry dipped soon.”
The Angel alum concluded her post with a message of comfort for others who have experienced similar mishaps: “My heart goes out to all parents who have or will ever find themselves in this kind of position. You are not alone.”
In the comments section, several of Mollen’s friends assured her that she is still a great mother.
“My mom dropped us a bunch. Moms be droppin!” comedian Molly Austin wrote. “You’re doing great! I’m so glad he’s doing ok!”
The Office alum Angela Kinsey echoed, “Sending you and your family my love. I am so glad Sid is okay!! That must have been so scary. As parents we try our best but things can go south in a split second. Thank you for sharing.”
Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter added, “Oh my god Jenny that is so scary and I’m so sorry you guys are going through this. Fast recovery for Sid! Sending love.”
The news comes after a dog bit Mollen and Biggs’ now-18-month-old son, Lazlo, on Thanksgiving. “He is totally fine,” she assured her Instagram followers at the time. “He’s completely OK.”
The My Best Friend’s Girl costars have been married since April 2008.
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