Staring at the reflection of the baby bump in the mirror, the proud parent-to-be felt a rush of nervous excitement.
Like any mum or dad, the prospect of bringing a baby into the world felt overwhelming.
But this was never going to be an ordinary pregnancy – because for almost a decade Kayden Coleman had been living as a man.
Not only had he told all his friends and family that he was transgender, he had been on testosterone jabs for five years, had grown facial hair and was about to have a double mastectomy.
But then nature dropped a bombshell and, despite years of taking male hormones, Kayden became pregnant.