News & Gossip Family news When bump pics go belly up... Creepy, freaky and just plain weird: come and look at these seriously awkward pregnancy photos 1 of Ad break Ready for the catch...You're pregnant and you're proud. You want a photo that captures the wonders of pregnancy, a permanent record of this amazing time in your life. But sometimes it all goes a bit, erm, wrong. So much so that the 'awkward bump pictures' in the new pregnancy section of AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com have become our new favourite thing. In this photo, the mum-to-be in question gets in a squat-like position with her belly bulging and a 'PUSH!' expression on her face. So far, so creepy. But what makes this photo is her family on all fours underneath her, craning up to have a look at where the baby will come from. What were they thinking? In another shot, the dad-to-be has his eye and baseball bat firmly aimed at the ball on his pregnant partner's belly. We wonder how he pitched the idea to his partner: "Uh, honey, let me draw a baseball on you and then come and stand next to me. The bat? Oh yes, I'll explain..." Other interesting pics include a pregnant woman posing with a watermelon and a gun. Um, yes. And there are lots of interesting experiments with paint. The creepier the better. Don't say you haven't been warned! Read more… Dinosaur and squid pancakes? Dad cooks educational breakfasts Mum and 4-year-old daughter make amazing dresses from paper 'Lunchbox Dad' and his amazing film-themed food: PICS We don't think she's having a ball... Not a pic to bring out at the 18th birthday party... Was there really nowhere else to lie down? Continue slideshow > Melon, gun, bump - err... His fantasy perhaps? Just spooky... Get the idea, but the styling?? Continue slideshow > Why oh why a swamp? By Jessica Gibb Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 14 internet and text slang terms every parent should know Mum breastfeeding between contractions - captured on camera This mum's adorable selfie with her toddler isn't what it seems Is it time to end the 'nightmare' of parents' evenings?