Sources said Brayden was under his nanny's care Monday when the incident occurred. When the Flip Or Flop star came home, the nanny informed her about what happened and noted that the youngest El Moussa was never unconscious.
"Christina wanted to be overly cautious by taking him to the hospital because she does not take this incident lightly", a source close to the HGTV star told People. Thankfully, the hired help nearly immediately realized Brayden was in the water and scooped him out before things could take a serious turn. When Christina arrived back home, she reportedly quickly brought Brayden to the hospital to make sure that no water had entered his lungs.
Child Services then interviewed El Moussa and the nanny in the hospital and determined that it was an accident and no further action needed to be taken, according to the gossip site.
The couple has two children together. In the snapshot, Brayden can be seen, unsupervised, walking right up to the pool. It's a beach entry if he fell in it's only a foot high, he would be ok 2. In April, HGTV announced that "Flip or Flop" will be supersized to 20 episodes for its next season, which will premiere in December.
Christina El Moussa had a rough start to the week. Some mommy-shamed her for sharing photos of herself in a bikini with her 6-year-old daughter, Taylor, who wore a coordinating bikini.