Tori Spelling's son was rushed to hospital yesterday morning.
Three-year-old Liam fell and hit the back of his head against a table, prompting the 37-year-old actress and her husband Dean McDermott, 44, to seek medical advice after he began vomiting.
Luckily the toddler was given the all-clear by doctors at a Los Angeles hospital after he was examined and found to have no serious injuries.
Tori - who also has a two-year-old daughter, Stella, with Dean - revealed her family medical drama on twitter.
She posted: "Scary morning. Liam fell off kitchen table right on back of his head. Started throwing up.'
'Just got back from ER. He's better. Just have to watch him. (sic)"
Tori recently admitted looking after Liam and Stella is "challenging".
She said: "It is challenging, as amazing as it is, they're all over the place. Completely Jekyll and Hyde.
"At this age, they're two and three right now, it's unbelievable the things that come out of their mouths. They make me laugh all day long. They have two speeds: on and on. It makes you realise your patience level."
Dean also struggles to handle the pair, but thinks his wife is better at coping with the children's misbehaviour.
He added: "Everybody says terrible twos, but it's terrible threes. And Liam is full on in it, Stella is going through it earlier because she emulates everything he does.
"But Tori's got really good patience, I have none."Reuse content