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By Laura T. Coffey

Think fast: When you hear the term “push present,” what comes to mind?

Nothing? Crickets? Awww, shucks, that’s OK — unless the woman in your life is about to give birth and she’s expecting a special gift for her efforts.

Granted, a baby is a pretty nice gift to get — and no one disputes that! — but some moms are eager to receive tokens of appreciation for everything they’ve just endured. Some push presents are small (flowers or fun snacks) and some are lavish (jewels or high-end handbags), but they all convey the same basic idea: “Thanks for being someone we could count on to deliver!”

Yes, little baby, you are my precious gift from God... but I'd also really like some new bling.Getty Images stock

Since July was the most common month for births in the United States last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it's time to think about push presents. What’s your take on this trend? Take our survey and let us know what you think on our Facebook page! Your comments may be featured in an upcoming story on TODAY.com.

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