All parents-to-be are (understandably) a little nervous, with heaps of questions about pregnancy and childbirth. It appears some are more frequently asked than others though, and someone out there is taking the mickey.
A pregnant woman spotted this sheet at her obstetrician appointment and thank goodness she posted it on Reddit for all the world to relish.
Just take a look, you'll be in fits of laughter:
Our favourite is probably the comparison of childbirth to a tornado... Or maybe the promise of normalcy in a couple decades at the end?
Parenting. It's a wild ride.
Listen to our parent show, Kinderling Conversation:
:: Watch comedian Christian Hull talk parenting... and wine
:: These pregnancy photos will make you swoon
:: I finally stopped being a mum martyr and I couldn't be happier
:: This 'Dinner Time With Kids' video is hilariously accurate
Never fear, fathers! These undies will stop your kid kicking your testicles
Pantyhose Bowling: a game of balance, coordination and gross-motor skills
And lots of laughs!
Believe it or not, ALL boys used to wear dresses and no one cared
Up until the early 20th century little boys work dresses and gowns well into their first few years of life.
Win a VIP family tour at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo!
Includes a zookeeper tour, close-up encounters with a koala and more!
10 films on Netflix to watch with kids this long weekend
A few flicks you might not have watched with the whole fam.
Mutant Suzy Sheep on Peppa Pig yoghurt sends internet into a spin
This is too oinking good.
12 talented birth photographers to follow
So you won't miss one of their stunning images!
Have a little space cadet? They can now watch real life astronauts read books from space!
This is too cool.