Exactly a week ago, Pink and her daughter Willow were celebrating the upcoming release of their first song together.
The mother-daughter duo got into the studio together to record a powerful duet. They did a reprise of "A Million Dreams," a song from the soundtrack of the box-office hit The Greatest Showman, starring Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams and Zac Efron.
Now, the pair are singing a completely different tune after the seven-year-old ended up in the hospital following an accident on the playground.
On October 30, Pink took to Instagram to reveal that her "soulchild" took a tumble while on the "Monkey bars from hell."
Willow was taken to the emergency room, where she was treated for a sprained arm, according to a social media update from Pink's husband Carey Hart.
"Willz [had] her first ER trip today due to a crash and burn on the monkey bars,"� Carey wrote in the caption of a photo of Willow's arm in a sling. "She is tough as nails and left w/ a sprain."
Thankfully, future pop star is now recovering at home, and according to her Grammy-winner mom, "her favorite part of all of this is that she doesn't have to do her chores [SIC]."
Even with a strain, Willow was able to fully participate in her family's Halloween festivities. The Harts, including Willow's younger brother Jameson, fittingly dressed up as characters from The Greatest Showman and went trick or treating as a family.
As far medical emergencies go, Willow wasn't the only one in the family who needed medical care.
Just a day after her fall, the family dog Lua had to be taken to the vet's office for treatment.
"Lua has the cone of shame on for the next couple weeks due to cherry eye surgery,"� Carey shared on his Instagram page.
He also seems to be recovering well so far.