Monday, July 5, 2010
Dear Breakfast Club,
I trust you guys and C100 listeners to help me out with a delicate situation.
My wife is eight-months pregnant with our first child, and we're both looking forward to becoming parents.
One of our other pregnant friends was over at the house the other day, and she asked me what I was going to get my wife as a "push gift."
I've never heard of a "push gift," and she explained that it's something husbands give their wives to show appreciation for the pain they go through during childbirth.
She said her husband is getting her jewelry. But I have to admit, I think the idea of the "push gift" is B.S.
Do husbands really give gifts to their wives when they give birth? Do any men . . . or women . . . agree with me that the idea of a "push gift" is nonsense?
I'll be listening for your advice.
By the way, my wife and I are both big fans. In fact, she suggested that I send this email to you.
Posted by The Breakfast Club at 2:49 AM