Spy Kids star Alexa PenaVega reveals son, 2, lost his FINGER after she shut the door on his hand in 'traumatic' accident
SPY Kids star Alexa PenaVega revealed her 2-year-old son lost part of his finger after she accidentally slammed a door on his hand.
The Hallmark actress, who shares son Kingston with her Big Time Rush actor husband Carlos PenaVega, said the whole experience has been “rough” and “traumatic.”
On Tuesday night, Alexa shared a photo of her toddler lying down with a mitten on one hand, covering up his injury.
She went on to explain exactly what happened and how “guilty” she’s been feeling since the incidentt.
“While getting the kids ready for bed, I shut Kingston’s fingers in the hinge of the bathroom door,” the 33-year-old wrote on her Instagram.
She continued: “His first finger is bruised and a little bloody, but his middle finger took the brunt of it and was severed from the first knuckle near the tip.
“It was the most traumatic thing we’ve had go through as a family.
“The mom guilt and the shame was really hard to get through.
“But thank God for the sweet little bruiser Kingston is.”
Along with Kingston, Alexa and Carlos share son Ocean, 4, and daughter Rio, five months.
The pair, who now can often be seen starring in Hallmark movies together, tied the knot in January 2014.
Despite it taking a “minute for [everyone] to process what happened,” Alexa shared that her husband Carlos was “amazing and swooped in like a Superman to take care of our family.”
The whole experience, she said, “made us all love each other even more and humbled us completely.”
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