Three soon-to-be mums work with the specialist midwives who use their extensive experience and cutting-edge technology to help them get back in shape for the most important event of their lives.
Carrie is smoking 20 cigarettes a day and despite being three months pregnant she's convinced there's nothing wrong with her habit. Seven months pregnant, Tiffany eats a nutrition free diet of pizza, kebab and two litres of fizzy drinks a day, with not a piece of fruit in sight. Teen parents-to-be Sarah and Stewart know their smoking is bad for their baby but still haven't found the willpower, six months into pregnancy, to stub out the fags for good.
Can the midwives convince these unhealthy women to quit their damaging ways for the sake of their babies or will they continue to ignore the warnings regarding their health and that of their unborn children?