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.
One of Australia's most successful parenting writers has been forced to respond to claims her latest book "perpetuates out-dated stereotypes" of people with Down syndrome.
A gender reveal explosion in the US shook homes three kilometres from the celebration in the latest celebration
They're hoping for a boy.
Not everybody was a fan.
Parents-to-be have long drawn naming inspiration from the celebrity realm.
Growing up as a girl named Murphy — or Murph, if I liked you — I got a mix of sideways glances and compliments along the lines of, "Oooh, I love that name."
"If you're telling me that I need to make a choice between being pregnant and being treated ... do I have to make that choice?"
She thought she was menopausal - she was actually pregnant.
The UK parents plan to raise their child "gender-neutral".
Is it inappropriate for my husband to want to name our daughter after his late ex-girlfriend?
One of her colleagues guessed straight away, texting: "Are you pregnant?"