Carey Hart recently shared the “glamourous” (or not so) side of being on tour.
Pink’s husband Carey and their two children Jameson Moon, 20 months, and Willow Sage, 7, are all on the road for the musician’s Beautiful Trauma Tour.
“Wanna know how glamorous tour can be? Jameson has hand, foot, and mouth; and willow has a 102 temp. Both kids laid up and mama @pink still has to push through and do shows,” he captioned a pair of photos.
The first of Jameson covered in a rash and the second of Willow in the bathtub, while her dad lounges on the edge of the tub with his head on a towel.
He went on to say he has been copping judgment from others. “I had Jameson at breakfast yesterday and this vile woman at the table next to us kept staring at him with a s—y look on her face,” he added. “I told her it was bed bugs. #NoRestForTheWicked #LifeInHotels”
Wanna know how glamorous tour can be? Jameson has hand, foot, and mouth; and willow has a 102 temp. Both kids laid up and mama @pink still has to push through and do shows. I had Jameson at breakfast yesterday and this vile woman at the table next to us kept staring at him with a shitty look on her face. I told her it was bed bugs ????. #NoRestForTheWicked #LifeInHotels
The judgement continued….
Fans soon shared their opinions as always – “Pink I love you but why would you take him to breakfast looking like that? … People don’t know what is going on for all they know he has something contagious so it’s only human to be grossed out or at least concerned.”
Another commented, “As a mom of 3 whose kids have had HFM a few times, I say that you made a mistake. HFM is super contagious and it’s not fair to knowingly expose others. … I don’t think it’s fair to pass judgment on the other patron. She likely was concerned for her own safety as well and probably concerned about your son.”
Hart wrote in response to the first, “Are you serious???? You are what’s wrong with this judgmental world.”
Just then Carey shared a new photo of Little Jameson captioned: “Jameson and I out infecting the world” #PediatricianSaysHeIsGoodButIWillTakeYourWord
NOTE the hashtag – Pediatrician Says He Is Good But I Will Take Your Word
Jameson and I out infecting the world ???? #PediatricianSaysHeIsGoodButIWillTakeYourWord A post shared by Carey Hart (@hartluck) on
“Poor lil guy is sick as a dog. Tour life isn’t always fun, but this is part of it. #CountDownTilHomeBegins”
Not backing down!
Carey is certainly not taking a step back from the debate at all with his most recent Instagram post reading:
“Glad to be back with the family after a couple of days racing. Jameson is back to normal and Willow is healthy as well. Can you believe that of the 80+ crew and band on tour, wife, daughter, nannies, myself, and restaurant patrons; no one got HF&M (hand foot and mouth)???
“It must be a miracle!” he added, alongside the hashtags #GuessThePediatricianKnowsHisSh*t and #LittleFuelForTheFire.
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Glad to be back with the family after a couple days away racing. Jameson is back to normal and willow is healthy as well. Can you believe that of the 80+ crew and band on tour, wife, daughter, nannies, myself, and restaurant patrons; no one go HF&M???? It must be a miracle!!!!!!!! ????????????. #GuessThePediatricianKnowsHisShit #LittleFuelForTheFire #HappyMonday ????☕️
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He aslo included a meme:
Think he still might have a bee in his bonnet about the parent police?
What is hand, foot and mouth disease? via NSW Health
Hand, foot and mouth disease is generally a mild illness caused by a number of enteroviruses, including coxsackieviruses. It is usually not a serious illness, and occurs and is not related to the foot and mouth disease that affects cattle. It mainly occurs in children under 10 years of age but can also occur in older children and adults.
What are the symptoms?
Hand, foot and mouth disease starts with blisters that begin as small red dots which later become ulcers.
Blisters appear inside the cheeks, gums, and on the sides of the tongue, as well as on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. In infants, blisters can sometimes be seen in the nappy area. Blisters usually last for seven 7 to 10 days.
Children can sometimes have a low fever, irritability, sore throat, tiredness, feel off colour and may be off their food for a day or two.
Very rarely, enteroviruses can cause other illnesses that affect the heart, brain, lining of the brain (meningitis), lungs, or eyes.
How is it spread?
Hand, foot and mouth disease is usually spread by person-to-person contact. The virus is spread from the faeces of an infected person to the mouth of the next person by contaminated hands. It is also spread by secretions from the mouth or respiratory system, and by direct contact with the fluid from blisters .
It usually takes between three and five days after contact with an infected person before blisters appear. The viruses can remain in faeces for several weeks.
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