One day after the bitter news of Jim Edmonds’ divorce from wife Meghan King Edmonds, the former shared some sweet moments with their 16-month-old son, Hart.
Hart, who has been diagnosed with irreversible brain damage, was joined by his father for an oxygen therapy session on Tuesday. The ex-MLB star shared an Instagram story of the session. The photo, which featured them sitting inside a Vitaeris 320 hyperbaric chamber, was captioned, “A little Oxygen therapy with the Hart.”
The hyperbaric chamber is a pressurized environment, inside which a person can sit for 60-90 minutes to increase oxygen delivery to all the organs, as well as repair and regenerate inflamed tissue, cellular, and organ functionality. Though there are no conclusive statements by medical professionals or the FDA, some doctors claim that oxygen therapy can help in reversing brain damage.
Some other posts followed on Instagram, which showed the baby taking a few steps towards the father, before losing his balance and starting to crawl. “Come to Daddy,” the 49-year-old father can be heard saying in the clip as Hart stumbled along. “Good boy!”
Two weeks after the news came out about Jim filing for divorce from Meghan, 35, we get to see this adorable video of father-son spending time together. Rumors of Jim having a relationship with his former nanny, Carly Wilson, have been there for quite some time, which Meghan finally admitted with a long blog post.
Jeopardizing her five years' marriage, she broke her silence "To be clear; I don't know if Jim slept with our babysitter or whether they were just being exceedingly inappropriate by hanging out socially without either of them telling me (and Jim expressly lying to me about it).” She continued, "I’ve gone back and forth with my thoughts for a couple days but as I write this, I don’t think he did. But I still don’t understand why he’d lie. And why would she lie?”
The Real Housewife of Orange County opened up how she has endured Jim’s Instagram posts and eventually decided to her to share a selfie captioned, “'so raw' and a thumbs up emoji under a comment stating, "Judging by Jim's Instagram, I’m guessing it’s Nanny Carly whom he posted NINE photos of 11 months ago.” She is “broken” and feels terribly sorry for the kids who have to go through all these troubles at such a young age.
A day later, the athlete opened up about his strained relationship with his wife and how things have not been going very well for some time. He also vowed to make things peaceful and “right again.” However, on Monday, he posted on Instagram that he needed to move into a new home "ASAP."