Did you have a baby shower before your little one's arrival?
I went into labour two weeks early on the day of my baby shower so I never got to experience one for myself, but it certainly seems they're a social norm these days.
But how much would you spend organising your own baby shower?
According to the Daily Mail, mums in Australia routinely spend upwards of £150 on organising their own baby shower. The paper reports:
"But new research by BabyLove now shows that one in two Australian mums hold a baby shower for her impending child, with nearly half of these women investing over $300 AUD on the event. And from unisex parties to at-home sacred 'Blessingways', baby showers are becoming more commonplace - and more creative - than they once were."
From unisex baby showers that subvert the traditional 'ladies only' guest list to baby showers that double as 'gender reveal' parties, it seems anything goes at a modern baby shower.
And with the rise of celebrity baby showers - yes, I'm talking about the pics of the baby shower Kim Kardashian threw for Chrissy Teigen - it looks like baby showers are only going to become a bigger 'thing'.
So are you a fan? Do you think a baby shower (or indeed a blessingway ceremony) is a lovely way to mark the passage into motherhood, or do you think we've all gone a bit bonkers when it comes to baby showers? We'd love to hear your views - leave us a comment below or join the debate over on our Facebook page.