Ryan Libbey shares snap of son Leo,14 weeks, and reveals the tot has started teething 'quite early'

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Ryan Libbey has shared an update on his baby son Leo Hunter, revealing the 14-week-old tot has began teeing ‘quite early’.

Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the doting dad, 31, shared an adorable snap of himself and his boy reading a pop-up book as he remarked on how much his boy is growing and changing. 

His post comes as his fiancée Louise Thompson, 31, continues to recover after she spent five weeks in hospital following ‘serious complications’ after giving birth their son last year.  

Adorable: Ryan Libbey has shared an update on his baby son Leo Hunter, revealing the 14-week-old tot has began teeing'quite early'

Adorable: Ryan Libbey has shared an update on his baby son Leo Hunter, revealing the 14-week-old tot has began teeing ‘quite early’

Captioning his post Ryan penned: ‘Week 14;- We’re in the squidgy arms and legs phase. He’s started teething which I’m told is quite early so we are using teething granules to help with his pain. 

‘He seems to be fascinated by this pop up book and is getting more expressive and animated with his little chops and vocal cords by the day.’

The personal trainer also re-shared the image on his stories, sweetly adding: ‘Still can’t believe I’m his daddy’. 

Ryan’s post was met with a number of supportive comments, with many followers sharing their teething solutions with him.  

Tough: His post comes as his fiancée Louise Thompson, 31, continues to recover after she spent five weeks in hospital following'serious complications' after giving birth their son last year

Tough: His post comes as his fiancée Louise Thompson, 31, continues to recover after she spent five weeks in hospital following ‘serious complications’ after giving birth their son last year

It comes after Ryan’s partner Louise revealed that she has competed her first workout since her near-death labour four months ago. 

Taking to Instagram on her Trtle fitness page on Tuesday, the former Made In Chelsea star told how it was a ‘huge deal’ for her to go to the gym as she continues to battle ‘unbearable anxiety’. 

She said in the clip where she filmed herself in sports gear at the gym: ‘Hey guys I just wanted to do a little intro to say that I am back and back in the gym. 

Update: Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the doting dad, 31, shared an adorable snap of himself and his boy reading a pop-up book as he remarked on how much his boy is growing and changing

Update: Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the doting dad, 31, shared an adorable snap of himself and his boy reading a pop-up book as he remarked on how much his boy is growing and changing

Proud: The personal trainer also re-shared the image on his stories, sweetly adding:'Still can't believe I'm his daddy'

Proud: The personal trainer also re-shared the image on his stories, sweetly adding: ‘Still can’t believe I’m his daddy’

‘This is the first time I have worked out in four months. I don’t know where all the time has gone but I have been recovering at home, it has been really challenging.

‘But I am pleased to say that I am back and I guess this is the start of my comeback .’

She penned in the caption alongside: ‘My brain tells me not to do stuff all the time. It’s telling me not to write this caption now. 

‘The anxiety is unbearable. I feel like I’m trapped in my own head having a constant battle with the negative dialogue that is trying to protect me – the chimp that is telling me to stop stop stop because there is danger everywhere. 

‘I am constantly in a state of panic and it makes living torturous most of the time. Occasionally I have a lift and I can do some normal stuff. Making it out to the gym was a HUGE deal for me.’ 

Achievement: It comes after Ryan's partner Louise revealed that she has competed her first workout since her near-death labour four months ago

Achievement: It comes after Ryan’s partner Louise revealed that she has competed her first workout since her near-death labour four months ago

Candid: Taking to Instagram on her Trtle fitness page, the former Made In Chelsea star told how it was a'huge deal' for her to go to the gym as she continues to battle'unbearable anxiety'

Candid: Taking to Instagram on her Trtle fitness page, the former Made In Chelsea star told how it was a ‘huge deal’ for her to go to the gym as she continues to battle ‘unbearable anxiety’

She continued: ‘Yesterday I had the most normal day I’ve had in 4 months. I actually did some normal stuff out the house. I forced myself to go against what my mind and body were telling me. 

‘I have to say at this point that I will try ANYTHING even though it feels so SO hard. If you told me to run a marathon tomorrow I would which if you know me shows the sheer desperation of my situation. 

She signed off by saying: ‘I just desperately want to get better. I really want to be able to think normally and to live normally. It’s so frustrating that it is taking so long.’ 

Louise gave birth to her first child back in November and spent five weeks in hospital suffering from complications after nearly dying during labour.

PTSD: She penned in the caption alongside:'My brain tells me not to do stuff all the time. It's telling me not to write this caption now'

PTSD: She penned in the caption alongside: ‘My brain tells me not to do stuff all the time. It’s telling me not to write this caption now’

On December 23, in a lengthy post, Louise admitted that she ‘never imagined that so many bad things could happen to me, but to dance with death twice brings a whole new view of the world – a stark reminder of how short and sacred life really is.’

While she confessed that she was ‘in a bit of a strange place mentally and physically,’ the new mum said that she was finally at a place where she could ‘see a future where I get to live peacefully on this earth with my son.’

Louise also spoke about how she was struggling with PTSD.

The star explained how her ‘road to recovery won’t be linear’ as she noted the highs and lows over the past few days.

If you have been affected by anything in this story please contact Birth Trauma Association at birthtraumaassociation.org.uk 

Tough: Louise previously revealed she is struggling to leave the house as she battles Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after nearly dying giving birth to her son

Tough: Louise previously revealed she is struggling to leave the house as she battles Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after nearly dying giving birth to her son 

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