Kim K's Push Present Is Everything People Hate About Push Presents

by Maria Guido
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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - APRIL 09: Television personality Kim Kardashian West attends the third anniversary celebration of Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on April 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Kim K. flaunts her million dollar push present on Instagram

Push presents make people angry. If you’ve somehow missed the terminology, a push present is a present a woman gets for pushing a baby out of her vagina, get it? So clever. Do women with c-sections get them, too? I’m thinking yes. Probably?

I never got a push present or had an opinion about them until I did a quick search on Pinterest one day — and may I now be the first to say “gross.” If you go through childbirth and want a gift for it, more power to you. But don’t be surprised when the rest of us mock you, especially if you’re Kim Kardashian.

There are those women who flock to comment sections on any story about push presents to remind mothers the best and only present they should want after giving birth is their precious baby. I wouldn’t go that far, but this trend of flaunting diamond rings or photographing a woman who’s just given birth opening a little blue box is enough to make even the least judgmental people roll their eyes.

During her pregnancy, Kim wrote about push presents and the particular push present she’d like to receive: a million dollar Lorraine Schwartz diamond choker. “This pregnancy, I would love a Lorraine Schwartz diamond choker, like the ones I’ve worn before to the Art + Film Gala. Too much? LOL!”

Too much? Apparently not. These images from her Instagram account show that it seems she got her wish.

These are a series of photos showing off said choker, taken from a friend’s wedding last weekend. What even are these pictures?

You can’t blame people for scoffing when they see women flaunting diamonds as push presents. Most of us would just love someone to come over and do some laundry, or take the baby off our hands for five seconds.

That would be an awesome push present.

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