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.
If tradition isn't for you, repackage the whole deal as something else altogether and celebrate!
Forget Tinder, if you're looking for love or hoping to set-up some single friends, then the best place for it might be at a baby shower.
The once simple celebrations are getting bigger and bigger - but it comes at a cost.
One couple has found a new way to make gender reveals even more over the top.
A woman and her paraplegic fiancé wanted the world to know that they had "defied the odds" to have a baby.
When vlogger Rachel Earls was ready to tell family members about her pregnancy, nothing ordinary was ever going to make the grade.
With gender reveal parties all the rage, we've certainly seen our fair share of reactions to the question: pink or blue?
When you're a new mum, some of the things you used to take for granted can seem like an impossible dream.