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As google releases their annual trends, it seems this year we have all spent a lot of time making slime and trying to buy bitcoins. Our favourite TV shows include '13 Reasons Why', 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!' and in the UK 'Strictly Come Dancing'. In the kitchen, we've been googling 'chilli con carne', 'hot cross buns' and 'caramel slice recipes'.
We've taken a look at some of the most common questions googled in 2017 and have come up with this, very relatable list. Mums (and dads) hands up, how many of these have you googled this year:
It turns out Google's answer to this one is to 'give them encouragement with constructive criticism'. In our eyes, we think you just need to try your best and remember, you're doing an amazing job!
Yep, we seem to be obsessed with making slime!
Those sleepless nights can take their toll and it seems like we're all feeling it! For plumped and refreshed skin, try one of these anti-aging skin serums.
One word – yum!
One of the biggest crazes of 2017, if you didn't have one in your handbag, you were trying to make your own for your tot.
Because sometimes, Peppa Pig is needed, even on the tube…
We've got the answer to this one, take a look at these six factors that increase your chances of having twins or multiples.
Swot up on those warning signs and take a look at this story on teething.
Without resorting to caffeine!
Another huge trend this year – unicorns! It turns out if you're not planning a unicorn party, you're trying to draw them!
One we've definitely got the answer to, from trying to conceive tips, to birthing plans, you're in the right place!
Speaking of relatable …WATCH the ever-relatable Chrissy Teigen's cutest mum moments. Article continues after video…
As scary as it might look, green baby poo is actually pretty normal.
Looking for cute hair styles for your two-year old, now is the time to learn how to plait!
Whether it's a cure to the pregnancy insomnia or something to do whilst expressing, learning to knit can be a great boredom buster!
It's a popular job!
From power walking to bouncing on a birthing ball – people try it all!
It's official – the most common subject on most parent's minds? Sleep.
Still struggling to get your little one into a routine? Don't worry, watch this doctor's trick to calming a bub!
On average, boys are ready to be potty trained a few months after girls, so don't worry if his friends at nursery seem ahead.
WATCH Jamie Oliver's son hilariously answers the call of nature during filming! Article continues after video…
Searching Google to find the secrets of a silent night? We've got your baby sleep problems sorted.
As their communication skills are often more advanced than their male peers, girls are usually ready to start potty training before boys.
Baby led weaning encourages baby to self-feed rather than receive purées via spoon.
This article first appeared on Mother & Baby UK.