Not in this pregnancy, but my first one, I definitely would have been shocked to know that I would be co-sleeping/bed-sharing once the baby got here! LOL. We had his room all set up and I said he wasn't sleeping anywhere but in his crib. He never did sleep in that crib, and I didn't even bother setting it up for #2. I've kind of learned to just go with the flow, and let baby's needs dictate decisions like that.
Other than that, all the "crunchy" type stuff — homebirthing, exclusive breastfeeding, cloth-diapering, non-circing — we did were not a surprise. But the parenting itself was not something I really thought much about until we were "in the trenches", so to speak. I wish I had read up on attachment parenting and babywearing ahead of time and planned for them. They just weren't really on my radar before birth. But then along came this high needs, colicky baby and I quickly had to figure out better ways to handle him then what I was planning or knew of, and AP fit the bill.
The hardest part in that first year of parenting was doing things so differently than most people I knew. If I had really researched it beforehand and had confidence in all our decisions and methods, it would have been much easier! Instead, I felt self-conscious and worried that I was setting myself up for some real problems down the road, especially regarding the nursing and sleeping. Once my first son was weaned and sleeping through the night, however, this weight was just lifted. It worked! I didn't "ruin" him! So parenting the second one was much less stressful, in that way. I didn't care so much what other people thought, but did what worked for US. There were tough times when I wished for a baby who slept through the night and wasn't using me as a pacifier still, but I knew that it would end eventually. That makes it much easier to handle.
Besides those things, I'm not all that crunchy. I believe in vaccinations, though we do delay for a bit. I'm getting the vitamin K and eye ointment done after birth. The thought of consuming the placenta makes me queasy (though I'd consider encapsulating if PPD were an issue I was concerned about and I really thought it might help). I'm too cheap for organic baby clothes (though my diapers are). And I have a stroller. I guess I'm a little crispy instead of crunchy. LOL!