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Summer is on the mend.
Scheana Shay’s 2-year-old daughter fell and broke her forearm over the weekend — but she’s still “smiling.”
The “Vanderpump Rules” star told her Instagram followers Saturday that Summer was at an urgent care facility in Palm Springs, Calif., after falling.
Shay, 38, revealed the toddler’s diagnosis later that same day while showing off Summer’s temporary cast.
“What happened? Did you break your forearm?” the reality star asked in an Instagram Story video. “Glad one of us is smiling!”
Her husband, Brock Davies, gave a similar update on “Mama’s Little Trooper [sic]” that day, calling Summer a “little legend” who remained “all smiles.”
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By Sunday, Summer was proudly flaunting her cast and asking her mom to hold it “way high” in videos.
“Thank you to everyone who has reached out and asked how she’s doing,” Shay gushed. “We’ll be getting her permanent cast this week. … She’s doing good.”
The Bravo personality did not detail the nature of Summer’s fall.
She and Davies welcomed their little one in April 2021, nearly one year after Shay suffered a miscarriage.
While Summer is Shay’s first child, she is Davies’ third. He has two children living in Australia with their mom.
Although Shay and Davies want more children together, they are considering surrogacy or adoption after the “Good as Gold” singer’s “traumatic labor” with Summer.
“I think the next step would be fertilizing my eggs that are frozen, see if any can turn into an embryo,” she told “Undressed with Pol’ and Patrik” listeners in April of “rolling the dice and hoping for the best.”
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