The Voice coach and songstress, Kelly Clarkson updates fans on a major milestone for her son, Remy.
Kelly Discusses Remy’s Hearing and Speech
Remington “Remy” Alexander experienced hearing issues when he was younger. “He had a speech problem because he had this ear problem when he was a baby. We didn’t know,” recounts Kelly. “But way deep down in his ears, he got clogged up with a ton of wax where we thought, almost, he was deaf because he spoke as if he was underwater.”
Luckily, it was something simple. Unfortunately, Kelly admits, “it pushed him back almost nine months.” Due to the coronavirus, some providers offer teletherapy. “So we’ve been working really hard with his speech therapist via Zoom,” shares Kelly. “The big milestone for us is Remy getting to really find his own personality and his identity because it’s been frustrating for him to not be able to really vocalize his emotion.”
What is Kelly’s Family Up to During Quarantine?
Kelly and her family are taking social-distancing measures in a cabin in Montana. Kelly and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, their daughter, River Rose, 6, and son Remy, 4 are sharing the cabin during this time. Brandon’s son, Seth, 13 is also staying with them, while Brandon’s daughter, Savannah, 18, lives in Florida.
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In addition to all the children, the family also brought their nanny, Allie. “We actually took our nanny with us because I knew I would have to still work. We were very smart in bringing Allie along,” Kelly tells People. “She’s probably about to drive into a lake,” jokes Kelly.
She goes on to say, “On top of that, we thought we were going to be here for a minute, but we didn’t know we were going to be here this long and we don’t have a home here. So we’ve been staying in a cabin.” Further illustrating the situation she says, “We’ve been in really close quarters and it’s been kind of nuts, I’m not going to lie.”
Carter’s ShowHER Love Campaign
During this time, Kelly partners with Carter’s for the ShowHER Love Campaign. The campaign kicked off in May and recognized as their Month of Mom. The ShowHer Love Campaign is a virtual baby shower for expectant mothers that have canceled their baby showers due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kelly wears many hats as a singer, a coach on The Voice, the host of her own talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, but undoubtedly her favorite job is Mom, reports People. Partnering with Carter’s during this campaign is her way of giving back to other mothers. Expectant mothers can enter for the ShowHER Love event at showherlove.carters.com.
Remember to stay safe and stay healthy during this time. Kelly says, “At the end of the day, I know people who have had coronavirus and I’m just very lucky and we’re very blessed to not have been sick.” Heartwarmingly she says, “We keep reminding our kids of that and we keep reminding each other of that. But we definitely have some cabin fever going on.”
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