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.
Two in five women experienced phantom kicks, which resulted in mixed emtions.
When I was 35 weeks pregnant I made my husband a man cave. It was all my idea. I moved our television from the living area into his bedroom. That's two things women are told not to do: put TV's in bedrooms and move heavy objects while heavily pregnant.
Why do people feel the need to turn it into such a huge spectacle?
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.