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  1. I’m more of a gadget person than a jewelry person, so last year when we had our son, I received the iphone 4s. At the time I was still sporting the iphone original, so it was definitely time for an upgrade and I was ecstatic to receive it.

  2. With my first my husband gave me a Kindle which was perfect for all those long days & nights of nursing. He also got me a new lens for my camera that I’d been wanting. Both were a little much but I’d definitely appreciated! With this one I’m just hoping for him to take our daughter on lots of daddy-daughter dates so I can have some one on one baby time.

  3. An initial charm, totally sweet. A diamond ring? Totally ridiculous. I have friends who received extravagant gifts-jewelry, iPads, etc. But as for me, having that baby out of me was gift enough.

    I do, however, love the idea of the Floor Cleaner. Something thoughtful and practical. But I don’t think it needs to come in the form of a “push present.” I’d rather it be a “Hey babe, I signed us up for a cleaning service because I know how exhausted we’re about to be” gesture. He was amazing during my pregnancy, and amazing during the delivery. I didn’t need ‘stuff’ from him to validate the experience or reward me or whatever it’s intended to do.

    Or maybe I just hate the name. “Push Present” is awful.

  4. I am due in 3 weeks with our second baby. After I had our son my husband surprised me with 2 pandora charms for my bracelet – a baby carriage and the mom charm of that year. This time DH surprised me early and got me a Mint Floor Cleaner – a sweeping and mopping robot to clean my floors!!!!!!! Seriously the best present ever, it was getting harder every week to push the steam mop around and exhausting. Now I can spend more time with our toddler and the floors are clean. I love the fact that he thought that this push present should be something that made my life easier.

  5. You know what’s funny? I wonder how many men actually know about this. I feel like it’s pretty split. I was talking to my pregnant friend Julia’s mister, Chad, and he had no idea. He didn’t believe me this existed and had to ask his buddies. Needless to say, they validated this push gift existed. Thing only thing is, what do you give a mom who doesn’t really like jewlery… yes, I know crazy. Would be curious on suggestions as I want to help Chad out.

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