In 2012 I fell pregnant with my fourth son.  It wasn’t planned but I couldn’t have been happier.  It just felt like it was meant to be.  Things were different this time though.  Five months into the pregnancy I began to feel unwell.  Everything was a struggle. I had no energy, I felt itchy and my urine turned dark orange.  Blood tests revealed that I had a severe case of ICP, otherwise known as Obstetric Cholestasis.  I saw a consultant the next day who told me the words I will never forget – there was a high chance that I would lose my baby.  The next four months consisted of a day to day battle to get me and my unborn baby through this.  You can read about my story here.



I am Kerry Gibb, mum to four amazing boys aged 8, 7, 5 and 2. Looking after four little boys means my feet don't touch the ground but late at night, when they are all tucked up in bed, I unwind by writing my blog. Whether you are a mum of boys or a mum of girls I hope you will enjoy reading my honest, heartfelt and hopefully entertaining words of wisdom as I continue my ever evolving path of bringing up my boys the best way I can!

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