Kourtney Kardashian is thanking her doctors for “saving our baby’s life” after she said she had to go to the hospital because of problems with her pregnancy.
Kardashian shared a black-and-white photo of herself in a hospital bed with an IV in her arm and her hand on her husband Travis Barker’s. In the shot, you could also see a Band-Aid on her pregnant belly.
She wrote in the caption, “I will always be grateful to my amazing doctors for saving our baby’s life.” “I will always be thankful to my rock of a husband, who rushed back from tour to be with me in the hospital and care for me afterward. And thank you, Mom, for holding my hand through all of this.”
The Blink-182 guitarist and the 44-year-old woman are having their first child together. Kardashian already has three kids with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick: Mason, Penelope, and Reign. Barker also has two kids with his ex-wife, Shanna Moakler. Their names are Alabama and Landon.
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“I’ve had three really easy pregnancies before, so I wasn’t ready for the fear of having to rush into emergency baby surgery. “I don’t think anyone who hasn’t been in a similar situation can even begin to understand that feeling of fear,” she wrote in the description. “I have a lot more respect and understanding for moms who had to fight for their babies while they were pregnant.
“All glory to God. It was a true gift to leave the hospital with my baby boy still safe in my womb.
Barker also wrote about how thankful he was on X, which used to be called Twitter.
“God is wonderful. I flew home so that our baby could have an emergency surgery that could have saved his or her life. I’m so glad it went well,” he wrote.
He also thanked fans for their support after he and Blink-182 had to cancel shows in Europe last week. He told them, “Tour starts back up on Friday.”
Barker shared several shots of a prayer room on his Instagram Stories in the hours before he said the shows were being canceled.
In the first picture, a sign outside the prayer room said, “All welcome.” He also shared a picture of the large stained-glass window in the room. His last picture was a blue flag that said “Together we pray.”