Jamie Lynn Spears Tweets Update On Daughter Maddie's Health
Jamie Lynn Spears continued to joyfully update friends and fans about her daughter Maddie Aldridge, who made a miraculous recovery from a near-fatal ATV accident.
On Saturday, the singer tweeted, "Blessed to say my daughter has fully recovered & returned to her normal activities," including an emoji depicting praying hands.
"It's my first day back to work love y'all," Jamie Lynn added, while sharing a photo of herself standing in a trailer.
Last week, Jamie Lynn Tweeted a video of Maddie playing basketball as the plucky youngster returns to her usual routine.
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As RadarOnline.com has reported, Maddie is lucky to be alive. The adorable girl, 8, captured the hearts of the nation after fans learned of her fight for life and Mama Jamie Lynn and aunt Britney Spears have kept the public updated via Twitter.
Maddie accidentally drove into a pond in Kentwood, Louisiana, and was submerged in water for minutes before paramedics arrived during the Feb. 5 ATV accident. Jamie Lynn, 25, and her husband, Maddie's stepdad Jamie Watson, 34, were unable to unfasten her seatbelt at the time.
Maddie was airlifted to a New Orleans hospital after being resuscitated by ambulance crews. She remained in critical condition, but left the hospital after five days.
In 2007, Jamie Lynn shocked the world when she announced to OK! Magazine that she was pregnant (with Maddie) by her then-boyfriend Casey Aldridge. The Zoey 101 star was just 16 at the time. She and Casey got engaged but later split up. Jamie Lynn married businessman Watson in 2014.
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