We love movies, because it is a reflection of our lives and future. Having a baby is never an easy decision, and going through the process can be really overwhelming. There are four great movies talking about trying to conceive (TTC), pregnancy and childbirth that can make you feel not alone and get inspired.

What to Expect When You're Expecting (2012)

The movie presents different situations regarding getting a child through 5 story lines. There are arguments during pregnancy, frustration from trying to conceive, adoption after infertility and unplanned pregnancy. What you’ll see is how a couple adjusts their thoughts and lifestyle to welcome the new member of the family.

Away We Go (2009)

This is a story about a couple facing challenges, rethinking about their lives and finding out the way to raise children by visiting their family members when the wife is 6 month pregnant. Through different lifestyles of people they meet, they grow stronger and become braver to take on life’s challenges ahead.

Juno (2007)

Life is a mystery. Some try so hard to get pregnant but some are faced with an unplanned pregnancy. The movie is about the journey of a sixteen-year-old girl dealing with her unplanned pregnancy. After considering abortion, adoption and keeping the child, she is forced to accept life and the tough decisions at her young age. In the movie, you’ll see the bond of mom and child, as well as the difficulties a couple who wants to adopt a baby are facing.

Knocked Up (2007)

Another comedy that talks about unplanned pregnancy. It shows how a woman and a guy try to start dating and be lifetime partners after getting pregnant from a one-night stand. This movie takes you through the emotional changes during pregnancy, and how a baby turns an irresponsible man into a settle-down father.

Through these movies, you’ll see why a woman should be able to plan her pregnancy when she’s completely ready. KNOWHEN® Saliva Ovulation Test with a free Personal Fertility Monitor App helps you to more easily control your fertility by predicting your most fertile days with 98.9% accuracy.