"I wondered if I'd be any good at it. Would I be able to change nappies?"
This writer offers the Rolling Stones singer his dad-to-dad advice. Hilarious!
"Is it normal to be that big?" "Are you sure it's not triplets?!" "You are huge!" It's not OK
Discover why expectant mums baby bumps can vary from woman to woman.
New research suggests it can damage sperm's DNA, potentially increasing the risk of birth defects.
The mum-to-be thought it was another odd quirk of pregnancy. She was wrong.
The celebrity chef has revealed his wife, Tana, is pregnant with their fifth child.
Would you let your stepdaughter find out the sex of the baby and keep it a secret from you?
Food cravings, insomnia, rabbit bites, drooling - you'd be surprised what can tip a woman off.
Sensitive content: "My new nickname is 'quad boob'. You just have to laugh."
It builds strength, gets your heart pumping and reduces the physical effects of pregnancy. What more could you want?
You've finally found the perfect name for your bub. Should you keep it to yourself?
Super-fit Chontel Duncan still has abs in her final weeks of pregnancy, and refuses to put her feet up.
We are only given what we can handle in life, says a mother preparing for her 13th child.
He thought his wife's fitness tracker was broken. It wasn't - it just knew something they didn't.
How's that for an amazing photobomb?
What should you do when only one of you wants to know if the baby is a boy or a girl?
News that his wife is expecting a boy is a bit too much for this father of four girls to handle.
A craving for mash or fries could lead to an increased risk of diabetes in pregnancy, study suggests.
Stressed and tired, a pregnant mother forgets to wash her hands after blowing her two-year-old daughter's nose.
An inspirational cookbook has been created to assist pregnant women with those 'unusual' cravings.
Model Chrissy Teigen is hit with accusations she is having twins after she shared a picture of her baby bump.
Here are 10 things all pregnant women need to hear on occasion to help them through.
To all the people who made this TV presenter feel ashamed of her pregnant form, she has two words: "Get stuffed."
"Before I knew it, I had my nose down a box of Surf washing powder and I would be sitting there just trying to inhale it."
Long gone are the days when Facebook updates simply said 'we are expecting'.
Any name I like he vetoes: it's too long, too short, too common, too rare.
"Need a bun in the oven?" says the website Fake a Baby.com. "We can help."
In addition to the "go bag" that you pack for the hospital, you need a "go folder" of smartphone apps.
Life with Mr 4 had just got comfortable. Did I really want to do this all again?