May 14, 2022
Javi Marroquins Son Taken to Emergency Room Many Times
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WEtv "Teen Mom 2" dad Javi Marroquin shared a message about his son when he returned to Instagram on May 13.
“Teen Mom 2” dad Javi Marroquin returned to social media on May 14, revealing that a lot has been happening since his hiatus. Marroquin said his two sons — 8-year-old Lincoln and 3-year-old Eli — were flourishing, but one of his boys has landed the Deleware coach in the emergency room quite often.
“I’m back! ???? Took a little social break for a few months to dial in on my personal life,” Marroquin wrote. “My kids are thriving, work is great, and I’m continuing to learn more about myself and where I want to be. Don’t have many pictures of everything we’ve done over the last few months, but here’s a few.”
Marroquin updated fans about his two sons but said Eli spent some time in the morning.
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“Eli is growing and thriving to be a brave, smart, loving boy who has sent us to the ER more times in the last 2 months than I have my whole life (dare devil, not health related),” he said. “Lincoln continues to be a great friend, leader, and still does not quit playing some type of sport. Living everyday attentively. Let’s go!!!”
Lincoln is the son Marroquin shares with ex-wife Kailyn Lowry and Eli is the son Marroquin shares with ex-fiancee Lauren Comeau.Lincoln Has Also Been Hospitalized View this post on Instagram
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During a February 2021 episode of Lowry’s podcast “Baby Mamas No Drama” the former “Teen Mom 2” star said Lincoln went to the hospital after they were playing around and he got a nose bleed that wouldn’t stop “gushing blood.”
Lowry said their home looked like a “crime scene,” with blood covering Lincoln’s mouth and sweater. “I’ve never seen a nose bleed that bad,” she said. “I was stressed.”
Lowry feared Lincoln broke his nose.
“This one was going on for over 20 minutes,” the podcast host continued. “Maybe it’s broken. I’m panicking now. We went through an entire roll of paper towels — I’m talking an entire roll. And every time I take it off it’s just dripping into his mouth. It’s everywhere.”
Lincoln’s nose eventually stopped bleeding and said it didn’t hurt anymore. Lowry took him to the hospital anyway, where doctors advised against getting an X-ray to see if it was broken; there’s a lot of cartilage in the nose, making it hard to determine the nose’s condition.Marroquin Helped Lowry When Creed Was Hospitalized View this post on Instagram
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Lowry experienced another incident with her sons, which she discussed on a July 2021 episode of “Coffee Convos.” This time around, it was Creed — the son Lowry shares with ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez — who gave her a scare.
They were on a family vacation in Punta Cana when Creed accidentally hit his eyebrow on a table and needed stitches.
Lowry said her Spanish is sufficient, but during a high-stress moment she needed a fluent Spanish speaker to help: That’s where Marroquin stepped in.
“I had to call Javi for him to translate the whole thing because I was so upset,” Lowry said. “Javi’s going back and forth with the doctor for me and translating for me.”
“I had never needed him to come through harder than what he did for me yesterday,” added
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I was told my baby boy wouldn’t survive birth – then my perfectly healthy husband suddenly passed away
WHEN Kelsey Ferguson found out she was pregnant with a baby boy, she was completely and utterly over the moon.
After marrying her college sweetheart Scott in 2016, the couple had spent a year trying to have a baby and Kelsey sadly miscarried their first child at eight weeks.5Kelsey and her late husband Scott met in collegeCredit: Kelsey Ferguson 5The couple had been told their son wouldn't survive the birthCredit: Amy Mullenmeister Photography
With the help of fertility treatment, the couple found out they were expecting again in 2017,
In a personal essay for Love What Matters, the mum explained how they were told their son had a heart defect and a chromosomal abnormality at the 20-week scan - meaning it was unlikely he would survive the birth.
She recalled: "The doctor came in to the room and said, 'I’m sorry, he is terminal and will not survive.'
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As a result, Kelsey had to go into hospital for tests twice a week as the baby was measuring so small.
It was around this time that Scott started experiencing body aches, joint pain, a nasty cough and fever - but the couple assumed it was a cold brought on by his new job and their recent house move.
On 4 June 2018, Kelsey was admitted to hospital for monitoring and told she'd be induced the following week.
After Scott visited her that day, Kelsey and her friend acknowledged that he "looked pale" and wasn't himself.Most read in LifestyleSQUEAKY CLEAN I’m a cleaning expert - two easy hacks will leave your bathroom sparklingSO FRESH Woman shares how using item before bed will make home smell amazing ALL dayBUYER BEWARE I'm a Walmart worker - my three chilling warnings for shoppers to be aware ofCOLOR-COORDINATED I'm an interior designer – colors to paint a room to be more productive
Overnight, Scott started coughing up blood and called an ambulance - which transported him to the same hospital as Kelsey.
Although he was originally placed in the Intensive Care Unit [ICU], Scott had improved so much by the afternoon that he was transferred into a regular room for monitoring.
"I was able to get escorted from my room to see him twice a day for a few hours at a time on Tuesday and Wednesday," Kelsey said. "He was still having a really hard time getting his oxygen levels up and was getting really frustrated."
When she didn't hear from him on Thursday morning, Kelsey assumed Scott must still be sleeping - but she later found out he'd been transferred back into the ICU.
Scott and I said we would not give up on our son, and we would keep fighting for this baby until his last breath
She explained: "I went down there and they told me they needed to put in a central line into his neck because they were going to do a procedure similar to dialysis where they would take out his blood, clean it, and put it back."
For the procedure, Scott had to be sedated and his lungs were in a much worse state than doctors expected - meaning he'd need to have a bypass.
Tragically, the dad-to-be went into cardiac arrest during the operation.
Looking back on the moment she was told, Kelsey said she immediately started throwing up before then yelling: "Is he gone?"
Doctors tried for another hour to revive Scott and did eventually get a pulse - so he was swiftly taken back to the ICU.
At this point, Kelsey was told Scott wasn't in a stable condition and they wouldn't know what damage the cardiac arrest would have done to his brain.
It felt like a bad dream that I would wake up from. Even now, it feels like it couldn’t have been real.
"After speaking to the doctor, I was able to be with Scott for a bit. I sat next to his bed holding his hand, telling him how much his son and I loved him," she said.
The next day, Kelsey was trying to get some sleep in a waiting room near around the corner from Scott when she was given the devastating news that there was nothing more doctors could do.
She continued: "I fell to the ground screaming. I threw up some more and couldn’t even believe this was real. It felt like a bad dream that I would wake up from. Even now, it feels like it couldn’t have been real."
After that, Katie rushed to his side and held his hand for hours - but after almost fainting several times, her mum urged her to leave.
The mourning mum-to-be later found out that her husband was suffering from the autoimmune disease Wegener’s Vasculitis.
The day after Scott's funeral, Katie was induced and was well aware that she might now lose her baby too.
On 12 June, Katie welcomed baby Maxley Russell.
She added: "He was 2lbs 4oz and breathing on his own. He proved the doctors wrong, and hasn’t stopped since. Maxley does have a heart defect and a chromosomal abnormality, neither of which are terminal."
After spending the first four months of his life in hospital, Katie was able to take Maxley home in September - just three days after his dad's birthday.
The following January, he underwent open heart surgery.
Although the operation itself went well, his condition plummeted in the following days - and in a heartbreaking twist, he eventually ended up on the same life support machine as his dad.
Amazingly, Maxley pulled through that time and Katie reminds her son everyday how much his daddy loves him.
Read more about Katie's journey on her blog Honeyed Heart.5Kelsey always reminds Maxley how much his dad loved himCredit: Instagram/@kelseyjeanferguson/ 5He weighed just 2lbs when he was bornCredit: Amy Mullenmeister Photography 5Scott suffered from an undiagnosed autoimmune diseaseCredit: Kelsey Ferguson