Parker suffers from a condition called croup which occurs in young children and babies affecting their trachea, the most common symptom being a barking cough.
Parents are told that if their child develops breathing problems from croup, they should take them to A&E where doctors will often give them oxygen and a dose of adrenaline.
On her Instagram account Thursday morning, Frankie shared a photo of herself cuddling her eldest son after being released from the hospital.
She said, “Was in a and e last night with this little guy… with yet another croup attack…
“No matter how many times it happens… seeing someone scavenge for air is always terrifying.”
” It breaks my heart. But he’s absolutely fine now… just very sleepy… ”
Frankie later posted a photo of herself very tired after a long night at A&E.
“A very tired and emotionally exhausted mom,” she says.
Frankie, who also shares her five-year-old son Carter with husband Wayne Bridge, recently spoke about her own health battles.
She revealed that she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) after having irregular periods, poor PMT and bad skin.
Frankie said: “It goes on different scales so I’m not at the top of the scale, [I’m] pretty close to the bottom, but that really explains everything. ”