Story time: "There's Going to be a Baby" by John Burningham & Helen Oxenbury.
Che: "Mum, can I tell you a question?"
Che: "How did the baby get in your belly?"
Me: One day, Muma and Dada decided we would really like the baby to start growing in my belly. And it did."
Che: "Can I get in there?"
Me: "No, you've already been in there. When it was your turn to grow."
Che: "How will the baby come out."
Me: "Well, when the baby is ready I'll start getting a few pains in my belly and I might breathe really deep and perhaps make deep, roaring noises like a lion. And then it will be born."
Che: "Who will catch the baby?"
Me: "I'm not sure yet. Maybe Dad, he caught you. Or maybe Val, our midwife."
Che: "Will the baby have milky?"
Che: "Can I have some too?"
Me: "No, you had milky for two whole years. When the baby is born it will be the baby's turn for milky."
Che: "Muma, I'm love the baby."
Me: "The baby loves you too."