Announcing that you're expecting can be a time to express your creativity, sense of humour and imagination. Check out how other parents and parents-to-be have broken the news to friends and family.
It's called pareidolia - when the brain makes an image or pattern appear where there isn't really one.
The average blood pressure of mother could suggest a baby's sex before it even exists, a study has found.
In honour of Black Friday, let's explore 13 of the strangest pregnancy superstitions from across the globe.
Announcing a new pregnancy is definitely the time to get creative and we just love what people come up with. Here are five of the best we have seen this year.
Gender reveals are such a fun way of finding out the sex of the baby and in recent years they have really taken off, with couples getting very creative about how they do it. Then there are the priceless reactions that bring an involuntary tear to the eye.
More US women are using marijuana during pregnancy than in previous years to treat nausea and morning sickness, a new study suggests.
Pregnancy may help a woman's brain specialise in "a mother's ability to recognise the needs of her infant."
If you believed everything you saw on Sophie Cachia's social media accounts, you'd think that the Aussie blogger has everything under control.
It's "remarkably common" for women to feel this way - and yet many find it hard to talk about.
When you walk through the doors into a neonatal intensive care unit, you are entering a world where the babies are often dressed in dolls' clothes.
I was stuck in the mid-air of pregnancy, and I couldn't force the plane to land on the reassuring, blessed ground.
Amy Dawes was hell bent on avoiding a caesarean. She had no idea her "normal birth" could leave her so broken.