That’s one way to accessorize! Jamie Otis wore her daughter’s throw-up after 17-month-old Henley vomited “literally all over” her, documenting the candid motherhood moment in a Sunday, February 3, Instagram Story.
“Oh, my God, she just threw up all over me,” the Married at First Sight star, 32, said in the video. “I don’t know what’s going on. Oh, my God, my girl.”
Otis wore a long-sleeve white shirt and floral pants in the footage with streaks of puke on her clothes and a couch cushion. Henley walked into the video to take a look at what was going on.
“You don’t even seem sick but you threw up literally all over me,” the Bachelor alum said. “This is nuts. What?”
The new mom wasn’t the only one who got barfed on. Otis shared a father-daughter pic of her husband, Doug Hehner , and Henley at Target later that same day. “She threw up all over this shirt,” she wrote. “I’m sure he smells great.”
The little one was all smiles in her dad’s arms, though, hugging a massive stuffed animal. “Target and huge teddy bears make us feel better,” the New York City native captioned the shot.
The “Hot Marriage, Cool Parents” podcast hosts welcomed their baby girl in August 2017. Henley was their rainbow baby, arriving after Otis and Hehner, 35, lost their son 17 weeks into the pregnancy.
“My sister’s mother-in-law made me these beautiful, golden angel wings as a little something to have in Henley’s room as a sign that her big brother is always with her watching over her and protecting her,” the reality star told Us Weekly exclusively when the little one arrived. “They will be hanging on the wall next to her crib.”
While the couple want their baby girl to be a big sister, they suffered an early miscarriage due to a chemical pregnancy in July 2018, followed by another miscarriage in January 2019.
Days before her most recent loss, Otis opened up to Us Weekly exclusively about what to say to a mom after a miscarriage.
“Honestly, there really isn’t an awful lot that you can say, but just listen,” she said. “One of the best things you could just say is, ‘I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m thinking of you and I’ll be thinking of you’ and that if the person is spiritual, ‘I’m praying for you’ is another thoughtful option.”