"Teen Mom OG" star Cheyenne Floyd had to admit her daughter, Ryder, to the hospital this week due to complications from a rare disorder from which she suffers.
Ryder has VLCAD, which doesn't allow her body to process fatty foods into the energy it needs to properly function.
Floyd shared on Instagram on Thursday that she was going to be in the hospital for a few days with Ryder.
"It’s been 2.5 years and now three hospitalizations. Ryder is my heart and I would never change anything about her. I don’t think I’ll ever stop watching her sleep. We will be here the next few days making sure she gets the proper fluids and doesn’t relapse again," she wrote.
"We appreciate all the prayers and kind words. God is so good and we are always covered in blessings."
On Friday, share shared a post with photos of her and her daughter with the caption, "Going home!!"
Fans were elated for them. "Yay!!!! Love ya baby girl. Chey a break is right aroind the corner," one assured Floyd.
"Yay! I hope Miss Ryder gets and stays healthy. It’s so hard when they are little and you have to worry about more than just getting the flu. My son has underlying medical issues too. And it’s been a roller coaster. You got this mama," another said.
"Happy to hear that. Do you think she looks more like you or her dad? It's hard to tell. Still a cutie and happy she's going home," a third commented.
In her original post about going to the hospital, Floyd shared some parenting wisdom she's learned.
Advice for All parents! Please sleep when your baby is sleep. We have to rest our bodies and mind too so we can keep our strength for them. I was always bad at listening to probably some of best sleep advice someone could give me. From the day I brought Ryder home from the hospital, I loved watching her sleep, observing the sounds she would make, memorizing the way she would hold her arms or how she would pout her lips," she wrote.
When I found out she had VLCAD I would have to force myself to sleep when she did but all I wanted to do was watch her. Her condition has taught me so much!" Floyd continued. "Educationally and medically I’ve gotten a crash course but it’s also taught me how to tap into my mom super powers. I’ve learned how to be an advocate for my child, how to care for her, and how to speak up for her when needed."