If your baby keeps kicking their socks off, try putting tights on them instead. If it's a boy, put tights under his trousers. No one will notice, least of all him!
Carole Williams, 38, Manningtree, Essex, mum to Lily, 27 weeks
To help beat morning sickness, as soon as you wake up - eat a piece of dry toast.
When it's all going pear shaped, rebalance yourself with a move that's a bit yoga-ish. Sit comfortably; inhale for the count of 3, exhale for a count of 6, until you feel calm. You'll find you can't breathe and count and hold on to stressful thoughts!
Before you go out and buy lots of expensive maternity clothes, have a good rummage through your wardrobe. You'll probably be surprised at how much stuff can be adapted or worn a little differently to still fit you!
Natalie, mum to Bobby
My breastfeeding tip is to always keep your back straight by either sitting in a straight-backed chair if you've got one, otherwise by supporting it with cushions.
Louise Drysdale, 28, mum to Rosie, Berks
I was convinced the TENS machine I used wasn't working because labour still felt very painful. However, it was only when I took it off that I realised it had been effective, as I could feel the difference. It got me through the first few hours until I got in the pool, where my baby was born.
Michelle, mum to Sam, 6 weeks
Drink ginger tea to beat morning sickness - it really works!
Jenny, pregnant with baby no.1
Finding baby clothes difficult to iron? Use a travel iron, so much easier to get those teeny weeny clothes looking smart.
I thought I'd love breastfeeding, but I dreaded feeds. I'm much happier since I stopped. I'll have another go with my next baby, but I won't beat myself up if I still don't like it.
By Annabel Harper, 26, mum to Rebecca, 22 months
If you're uncomfortable in bed, or suffer backache, tuck one end of a v-shaped pillow between your knees to get your hips level, put the 'v' under your bump and cuddle the top. It was my midwife's idea - it also cured my insomnia.
Isabelle Jacobs, 34, from Edinburgh, mum to Paul, 3 months
If you're set on having a natural birth, read up on visualisation and breathing techniques so you feel strong when the time comes. It really helped me when I was having Honey.
SJ Drew, Paignton
I started getting really bad headaches when I was about 12 weeks pregnant, but forcing myself to drink two litres of water every day really helped.
Jennifer Shepherd, London
If you have trouble sleeping in pregnancy, read a baby names' book. The monotony of the list means that by the time you reach 'D', you'll be gone!
Emily Gale, 31, from London, mum to Madeleine, 2, and 35 weeks pregnant
Ditch as much of your housework as possible and don't stress because the house is a mess or there's ironing to do. Your baby will sense you're calm and, with luck, he'll be calm, too. I know it worked for me - Daniel is a chilled-out, happy baby!
To help my son sleep in the day, I used to put him in a hammock hung from the door frame. The gentle swinging motion would help him to sleep and he'd often stay asleep for three hours.
Charlotte Highman, 33, mum to Harry, 15 months
Baby names can feel like the hardest part of being a new parent! If you're pregnant - or just had your baby - and are fed up with boring or common baby names, get some inspiration from the world of celebrities with our fun baby names generator.
Alternatively, simply answer these six quick questions to find which celebrity couple you and your partner are most like. You can then see what they called their kids to get your inspiration for your own baby names. We've also provided a list of alternatives so there are plenty to choose from.
You'll need a pen and paper to write down how many of each letter you have.