There were a number of things I thought I was going to achieve during my months at home. As it happens, the reality was rather different.
'Phantom pregnancy kicks’ are encountered by many mums months - or even years - after their pregnancy is over.
For me, smoking was a stress reliever, and I felt it was a compulsory part of my day.
Motherhood has become a foreign land. Its customs are out of kilter with an increasing number of women in 2018, who are busy relishing their newfound power and influence.
No one prepares you for this.
While social media showcases the rise of the perfect parents, running is my escape.
I feel bad for feeling bad about my stomach, but I don't regret the procedure I had to improve it.
I'll be honest, when I hit the aisles of Target, I am generally using the trolley to prop myself up and I've most likely got a large flat white in one hand. But that could be one of the many reasons I'm nowhere near as fit as Sia Cooper.
Australian mums, we've been shortchanged.
Also revealed: Australia's sleepiest and most sleep-deprived cities, and the sleep habits of women versus men.
Nearly a quarter of women in their reproductive years will remain childless – and mostly not through choice.
Anxiety. That seven letter word that has seemingly taken over my day to day life over the past three months.
Greg Hughes is seeking to support other families dealing with loss.