Everything from 'is my bump the right size for 30 weeks?' to 'what’s the right way to introduce peanuts to my daughter's diet?' - there isn't a single question that hasn't gone through my mind.
Fortunately for expectant parents Australia wide, our health system is pretty good at setting up birthing classes, new parent groups, and other support systems.
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Unfortunately, for anyone who had a COVID baby like I did, this was all put on hold or moved online as we went into lockdown and social distancing restrictions came in.
To add to this, I was the first person in my group of friends to have a baby so I had no one close by to help answer my millions of questions.
This was when I discovered the world of social media parenting groups.
Largely unmoderated, some of these groups are more general pregnancy/baby groups for mums due at a similar time, while others are on more specific topics such as breastfeeding or weaning.
I remember the first question I asked. I had seen some influencers on Instagram raving about a particular type of baby seat.
I logged on to my group and asked if anyone had purchased or used one before, and if they thought it was worth the three-figure price tag.
Immediately, I was bombarded with responses.
But instead of helpful feedback, I was met with with judgement, aggression, and accusations of putting my baby in danger.
I can’t be certain, but I am quite confident that, had I asked this in a group of women face to face, the response would have been warmer and less judgemental.
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Even more concerning are the medical questions asked and answered in the group.
While the group rules clearly state that medical advice should not be asked for or given, this doesn't really stop anyone.
So on a daily basis, my news feed is flooded with mums to be asking questions, and worst-case scenarios being discussed.