A 32-year-old woman, Mrs. N, at 27 weeks’ gestation, presented to the maternal and foetal assessment unit of a large hospital with vaginal bleeding. She was accompanied by her husband, Mr. N, and her three-year-old daughter, and left them in the antenatal waiting area while she was assessed. She had mild vaginal bleeding, which resolved, with no concerns raised on foetal monitoring. She was admitted to the maternity ward for 24 hours for an hour. They then returned home, as her daughter was not feeling well.