On Saturday, November 3, Lowe revealed on Instagram that his youngest son is in the pediatric ICU with bronchiolitis.
And the crisis comes just months after their older boy, Samuel, 2, had a scary incident in a swimming pool.
Lowe, 34, wrote about Isaiah, “Long story short — we took our little dude to the pediatrician yesterday for a bad cough he developed and ended up in the pediatric ICU."
It was a caption to a heart-rending photo of the baby boy hooked up to an oxygen machine as Giudici held his little hand.
“We’re still here and probably will be for a couple more days. Isaiah’s got bronchiolitis and his little body is having a tough time getting enough oxygen,” Lowe continued.
The Bachelor season 17 star concluded, “He’s not having the best time but the doctors and nurses have been great and we’re just super thankful we took him to the doctor when we did. We’re confident he’ll be just fine but prayers are always welcome.”
Giudici, 32, shared the same post on her Instagram account.
She also wrote with a photo of herself kissing Isaiah's head, “Holding my little one so so tight. Thank you for all your prayers and sweet comments. I think they’re working.”
After Giudici was Lowe's final choice on The Bachelor, the two defied the TV franchise's odds by getting married in 2014.
They had a son, Samuel, two years ago, and their second boy, Isaiah, was born in May.
But in July, Giudici, 32, shared with fans on Instagram, "One week after Isaiah was born, Samuel mistakenly walked into the deep end of his grandparents’ pool and it was possible the scariest moment of my life."
“Sean and I were watching his every move so we acted quickly to get him out (I was much more traumatized than he was), but we immediately put him into swim lessons and made sure he always has floaties on,” Giudici explained at the time.
But now, the happy couple has been hit with the scary hospitalization of their second son.
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