OutDaughtered’s popular Uncle Dale dodged hurricane Laura to go on a family trip with Kiki and his kids. Reportedly, the family made it to a hotel on the west side in Katy. However, the people ended up taking an unexpected trip to the ER. Dale’s daughter, McKenzie, was rushed to the ER with stitches in the head. What happened to Dale and his family? Let’s take a look.
OutDaughtered: Uncle Dale’s Daughter Is Injured, Gets Stitches
Dale shared a couple of pictures of McKenzie on his Instagram on Monday. One of them featured a nasty gash on her forehead just above her eyebrow. Another photo pictured the same wound, this time with five stitches on it. Uncle Dale wrote in the caption that his son Bronson was behind this mishap though he didn’t intend to hurt the girl. Dale explained how McKenzie got this injury. He wrote that last eventful night, Bonson was swinging a bat outside and McKenzie walked right into it behind him. The quints’ uncle further added hashtags indicating good health of his girl.
Fans Wish For Good Health Of McKenzie
Although Uncle Dale and family rarely appear on the TLC show, the viewers know them very well. Right after this post, the fans took to the comments section and sent best wishes for McKenzie’s good health. One of them commented that they feel good that McKenzie got those stitches now. They added that the girl looks bad-ass. Others chimed in commenting that they wish Bronson didn’t feel too badly about hitting his sister.
OutDaughtered: Bonson Is A Baseball Player, Kiki Reveals
There is no doubt on why Bonson would practice with his bat in the yard. After all, he is a baseball player for the Aces! Kiki revealed in her Instagram post that her little boy played his ‘first First Select Game!’ Bronson looked like his mom’s mini-me wearing his Aces shirt. A fan wished him luck and noted that he lives in Delaware and that their son plays for the Aces too!
We hope that Bronson is extra-nice to his big sister in the next few days though he didn’t hit her deliberately. OutDaughtered kids usually get along just fine. Probably McKenzie must be really proud of her brother who seems quite a good baseball player. And in the coming years, the story of her stitches and the visit to the ER would get recounted at family gatherings.