Michael Bublé’s 22-month-old son, Noah, has been released from the hospital for what is being called a “domestic accident” in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The crooner has thanked all of his fans for their outpouring of concern and love.
Bublé took to social media yesterday to convey the message.
“We want to thank you for the love and concern you have shown for our little guy through this difficult time. I’m happy to report that he is home, happy and healthy on what turned out to be a great Canada day,” the crooner wrote.
According to the Argentine magazine Pronto, Noah Bublé was burned with scalding water in the family home in Argentina over 6 percent of his body. He was taken to German Hospital for treatment by his mother, Luisana Lopilato. Michael Bublé was out of the country at the time on tour in the United States.
Bublé’s reps would not elaborate further on the incident, saying it was “not a major accident,” and that the couple is “grateful that Noah is doing fine.”
The Inquisitr first reported last week that Michael Bublé’s family explained they were not perfect, but a normal family. Bublé’s wife also took to social media for support.
“We’re a normal family with complications, beautiful things and ugly things too. We’re not a rare or unusual family. Luckily my husband has everything [organized] in advance, but as an actress, one day I’m in one place and the next in another.”
Michael Bublé and wife Lopilato were married in 2011 and welcomed Noah in 2013. Bublé says that fatherhood has changed him forever.
“I sing to him all day and all night. When he’s crying with somebody else and I hold him and I sing to him, he just stops. It’s really cool,” Buble gushed as quoted by Us Weekly. “The songs I’m singing are not my hits — that’s for sure. My No. 1 go-to right now is ‘Down by the Bay.'”
Michael Bublé has also talked about his child care prowess when it comes to diapering and swaddling.
“I can swaddle. I enjoy being swaddled myself!” he gushed adding, “It’s been what everybody says it would be. It’s the greatest thing that could ever happen. You can’t explain it until it happens — it’s like telling somebody what water feels like before they’ve ever swam in it.”
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