This Bravolebrity and her family had quite the scary experience over the weekend. Kim Zolciak's son, Kash Biermann, was hospitalized after getting bitten by a dog, the Don't Be Tardy star revealed on Instagram Sunday. Alongside an image of of her husband, Kroy Biermann, holding their 4-year-old's son at the hospital, she wrote, "I don't know where to start. The last 14hrs of our lives has been a living nightmare." She then went onto to explain what sounds like a frightening incident. "My sweet @kashbiermann was bit by a dog and had very traumatic injuries." She continued, "I've never prayed so hard, or been so scared in my life."
According to the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kash had to have an operation, but he will only have to spend a few days in the hospital before heading back home safe and sound. And Zolciak's daughter, Brielle Biermann, tweeted that her little brother is doing well. After a fan wrote Brielle sending warm wishes for Kash, she revealed, "thank u he is doing MUCH better!"
Based on what Zolciak has been sharing on Snapchat, it sure looks like Kash is on his way towards a full recovery. Accompanying a snap of him sitting in his hospital bed and playing video games, the reality star wrote, "Kash is doing incredible!! So thankful for all your prayers!!"
Zolciak's shared a few other snaps of Kash getting an immense amount of love from his family. In one video, her oldest son, KJ Biermann, is holding Kash's hand. "Brother love!" Zolciak added, "Kj is the best big brother." In another snap, she wrote, "Ninja turtles always make everything better!" Isn't that the truth? If you take a look at the rest of her snaps, you'll see that just about every important person in their lives was at the hospital supporting Kash, which I'm sure was absolutely needed.
All of that support is something Zolciak appreciates. "We are so overwhelmed and grateful for all your prayers, texts, comments, and tweets," she posted on Snapchat next to an image of Kash's IV. "THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts."
It's great to hear and see that Kash is doing well. Here's hoping all those video games and ninja turtles are making him feel somewhat better.