Ivanka Trump is dealing with a family fracture.
On Sunday, the former White House senior adviser revealed that her 6-year-old son, Theodore, broke his wrist playing soccer at school.
"This week I received a call from the school nurse that every parent dreads. My 6-year-old son Theo broke his wrist while playing soccer," she said. "Since I was over an hour's drive away, an ambulance took Theo, accompanied by the school nurse, to the closest hospital. Jared and I raced to meet him, Jared arriving at the same time as the ambulance and me getting there a few minutes later."
Ivanka said Theo suffered a "bad break."
While attaching several images of her son in a cast, the former First Daughter said her little man was rolling with the punches.
"Theo's visit culminated with two ice pops, which led to him declaring 'this is the best day ever!'" she wrote. "The nurse turned to me and said, 'This is why I'm in pediatrics! No adult in the emergency room has ever said something like that when given an ice pop.'"
Ivanka, 42, thanked the medical team for their care and said even donated to the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. She urged her 7.5 million followers to donate, as well.
Following her post, the hospital commented back.
"We're so grateful for your trust in our skilled medical staff! It's a privilege to care for Theo, and all the sweet children who come through our doors," the hospital's social media team wrote.