The big business of baby showers: the mums-to-be spending thousands on Instagram worthy celebrations
Baby showers have "gone crazy" in recent years, with many mums-to-be aiming to outdo the last baby shower they attended.
Baby burnouts are placing lives at risk.
A child is a lifetime monetary commitment, and not just for the parents.
If there's a one-and-done mentality with life celebrations, where do we draw the line?
Most mums are saying HELL YES.
They're wild, they're cute and they're varied.
They did what?
It's confronting, that's for sure.
These days, parents-to-be are finding out their babies' sex in any number of weird and wonderful ways, from cakes, to burnouts to manicures.
Making a pregnant employee redundant has been found to be unlawful because it was done two days before she was due to start maternity leave.
The world of pregnancy and childbirth seems to be ever-evolving. Back when I announced my first pregnancy 13 years ago, we just rang people (because Facebook wasn't a thing) and said, "I'm pregnant." So boring, I know.