A couple of weeks ago, Kim Zolciak took a break from being absolutely ridiculous when her four-year-old son, Kash, was attacked by a dog.
Kash required emergency surgery after the attack, and, like any mother would be, Kim was in an absolute state.
The incident happened a little over two weeks ago now, and as she's told us, poor little Kash is healing nicely.
But Kim just gave us a new update, along with a photo of what the boy's face looks like right now.
And honestly, it's one of the most pitiful things we've ever seen.
Along with the photo, Kim wrote "Kash and our entire family want to Thank each and everyone of you for all your prayers!"
"Kash has healed up incredibly and has perfect vision in his left eye. Stitches on his water line, and his eyeball was never touched! God is Good!"
"We are so incredibly thankful and blessed," she continued. "In no time he will heal up perfectly and you will never know this happened!"
"So thankful to Dr. Joseph Williams (chief of plastic surgery) and Dr. Berland (Tomas Eye Group) their quick decisions and impeccable work doesn't go unnoticed. THANK YOU."
Kim touchingly added "Kash has taught me so much through this experience. When life hands you lemons make Lemonade."
She also tacked on the hashtags "I Believe In Angels" and "God Is So Good."
What a wonderful update, right?
Judging by the injuries we see in this photo, things could have obviously been so much worse -- as Kim pointed out, he easily could have lost an eye.
But, as she told us in her last update, "He will have no physical problems once he is fully healed and we are confident his mental and emotional state is healing back to its original state as well."
So much good news!
Of course, Kim also took the opportunity to share a new photo of herself -- the one above -- after her latest update.
For this one, she wrote "Happy, Thankful, and Blessed" -- get it, because she's sharing a selfie because she's happy, not because she can't bare to go without attention on herself for any substantial amount of time.
Oh, Kim. We see you, girl.