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24/11/2015 at 15:37
We've just seen that Kim Kardashian has been writing on her blog that she wants a 'push present' after she's given birth to her second baby.
And we're wondering whether you lovely people are hoping to get a push present too?
"I I like the idea of a push present," Kim says. "After nine months of pregnancy, it's a sweet and well-deserved thank you. We women go through an entire pregnancy carrying a baby... of course it only makes sense that we get something amazing to show how amazing we are! LOL!"
Kim K is after a $1 million Lorraine Schwartz diamond choker, like the one pictured, (natch) for her push present. If you're wanting/expecting one, what would you like to get?
24/11/2015 at 19:30
This is only my opinion but this is a stupid thing! To me the 'push ' present is your baby! Seems that wanting something as a token of how amazing we women are (particularly something as lavish as this woman hopes for) is almost like admitting that perhaps baby isn't a sufficient gift. Or maybe I just don't get it.
24/11/2015 at 20:17
My baby is all that I could have asked for. The only thing on my mind during those 9 months was to have a healthy baby. I suffered with hyperemesis gravidarum through the entire pregnancy and I was in and out of the hospital. Being unable to eat and drink properly, I prayed for my baby to be ok. I agree with the above comment x
24/11/2015 at 22:01
Its not so much of a 'push present' ... But as a nice tradition (i love the old fashioned traditions)... i was hoping to get an eternity ring when our son was born. Dropped lots of hints but not got one yet!. But as you other ladies say... I agree that that women shouldnt want other gifts When the greatest gift anyone could ever ever ask for is sitting in your arms :) x
25/11/2015 at 11:30
It's a lovely idea (not to the extent that awful Kim Kardashian is going to however! She's just fishing for some diamond company to chuck some freebies her way!) and my husband did actually get me a beautiful necklace when I had my second. Problem was, i didn't actually like it! He had it turned into a ring, but it's always been a bit of a bone of contention since!!! Said he's never buying me jewlery again!
27/11/2015 at 10:09
I would love an eternity ring as a push present from hubby, although before reading this I hadnt thought about it, I wouldn't expect anyone else to get me one. the baby will obviously be best present I could ever have, but if hubby wants to give me a present, that would definitely be extra brownie points! By the way I am not expecting anything at all, and no doubt I will not be receiving anything, hubby wouldn't even know what a push present is! especially as my birthday and Christmas will be same time as baby due.
14/12/2015 at 12:09
I've never even heard of this, my OH has however, and he's already said he's getting me a present for when the baby is here (I'm not sure he considers it a push present, but more of a 'sorry you had to go through 9 months of feeling rubbish and X amount of hours in labour')
I think it's a lovely thought (I'm not going to turn down a present now) but I agree with what others are saying, it's really not needed. I'm going to have a gorgeous baby in my arms after 9 months of waiting and my OH with me when we finally meet her. I don't need anything else :)
16/12/2015 at 13:29
I wasn't expecting a present at all but my lovely hubs for me a gorgeous draped all saints coat which I would never have slurged so much for! He said he wanted me to feel nice after our baby arrived as I had felt so awful during my pregnancy!
17/12/2015 at 13:32
I agree that a baby is enough but I loved my cut present as my hubby calls it
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