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.
Expert calls for more support.
The relationship is a special one.
Calls to educate pregnant women about risk reduction.
The transition into fatherhood is a difficult one and a recent study has found that men with pre-existing mental health conditions are four times more likely to struggle.
In recent years, it has become the unspoken rule to keep pregnancy secret in the first trimester. Expectant mothers must conceal fatigue, nausea, body changes and yo-yoing hormones from friends, colleagues and loved ones with a series of well-crafted excuses and loose-fitting clothes. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, we duck to the toilet every 15 minutes, place our heads between our legs and wish away the days until we can finally make our big announcement.
Rachael had myriad tests when pregnant - but she was never offered one that should be routine.
Feelings range from a strong preference to a burning desire; for some, it goes so far as to reach desperation.
It can't be denied the shine has been taken off what should be a special time in her life.
Logic tells me I don't need the pregnancy tests anymore, but my heart says otherwise.
A song about the heartbreak of stillbirth is touching hearts around the world.
Yes, it's a thing!