Jaquie Brown shares her emotional journey of coming to grips with the lumps and speed bumps of being a new mum.
Going where almost no woman has gone before, host Jaquie Brown investigates whether breast is really best, and examines the goodness in a glass of her own milk.
Jaquie meets a mum who discovered she needed treatment for cancer the same day she found out she was pregnant. She also learns more about attachment parenting.
Jaquie Brown discovers that New Zealand as a nation needs more children; she finds the answer to getting ready for baby number two; and she looks to the experts to explain the pregnant body.
Meeting a West Auckland family gives Jaquie Brown a taste of Kiwi culture, and a visit to a social historian reveals the role war has played in making us who we are.
Season finale: Jaquie Brown looks at what growing up in New Zealand means today; and she meets a family who have built their own home and had their first child in the same year.