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    Assign Chores and Give Rewards

    Everyone loves being told “great job”,”keep it up”, and many other rewarding terms being said their way. If this sounds like something that you have been telling your little girl, it may be time to step it up a notch. Giving your little girl more than encouraging words may spike her hard work and determination to do better, whether that’s cleaning her room or studying for a spelling bee at school. If this sounds like something you’re interested in, gold earrings for girls may be the best item to buy as a reward. So what types of chores can you assign your little girl? Depending on the age of your little girl, you may want to think about reading our past blogs to find an age-appropriate chore. Here are more:

    Age Appropriate Chores For Your Little Girl

    If your little girl is eight- to 11-years-old:

    Note: Like we mentioned in our previous post, a family chore chart may become beneficial to your daughter, and this is the perfect age to implement one.

    Personal Chores -

    • Keeping her bedroom clean at all times.
    • Full responsibility for her homework.
    • Full responsibility for her own belongings.
    • Waking up on her own using an alarm clock.
    • Taking care of her own personal hygiene (showering, combing hair, etc.).

    Family Chores -

    • Washing dishes after meals.
    • Washing the family car with guidance or supervision.
    • Preparing a few meals on her own (making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich).
    • Light yard work (raking leaves, picking weeds, planting flowers, etc.).
    • Learning how to use the washer and dryer.
    • Putting her own laundry away and folding laundry by herself.
    • Taking out the trash can for pick-up on trash days.
    • Screening phone calls using the caller ID and only answering when appropriate.

    Shop For Rewards

    Clearly, there are plenty of chores your eight to 11-year-old has the ability to complete. So, now comes to fun part! What type of jewelry does your little girl love? If she’s totally into wearing earrings, you’re in luck. At Lily Nily, you’ll be able to find all of the appropriate gold earrings for girls that are high-quality and made to last. From Flower Leverback Earrings to Striped Heart Stud Earrings, we have it all. Plus, each and every one of our earrings are hand-painted with acrylic paint and backed with easy clasps that are coated in 18k gold.

    Our Favorites

    Some of our favorites include our out-of-the-ordinary Musical Notes Stud Earrings. These earrings are very unique. A new trend is taking hold of women and girls worldwide - mismatched earrings. When you take a look at these earrings, you’ll notice that they’re not symmetrical. One stud earring is an 8th note and the other is a beamed note, making the perfect mismatch combination for staying unique. Each earring is coated in 18k yellow gold and are clasped with butterfly closures on a stainless steel post. Each musical note is hand-painted and they are shipped in a gift box. Check out these popular Musical Notes Stud Earrings and buy them as a reward for your hard-working daughter here. Stay tuned for our next blog.

    Heart Shaped Girls Charm Bracelet As The Perfect Reward

    Rewards are a great thing, especially when you know that you’ve worked hard for something. Well, with age, the reward system doesn’t change. If you have ever done something great, and you’ve received a reward for your hard work, why wouldn’t you want to reward your little girl for doing something that’s justifiably awardable. Think back to when you were a kiddo. Did you mow lawns for a few bucks? Did you feed the family pet, or vacuum your room once a week? If you did said chores, did you get a reward? Nine times out of 10, the answer will be “yes.” So, have you thought about what type of reward your little girl has earned?

    Lily Nily is the leading jeweler for buying girls charm bracelets and more. So, if you’re reaching for a reward, it’s time to start shopping. But not so fast... What chore did your little girl complete? If she hasn’t earned her reward yet, here are some age-appropriate chores you can assign to your kiddo.

    Age Appropriate Chores For Your Little Girl

    If your little girl is six- to seven-years-old:

    Personal Chores -

    • Making her bed every day without help or supervision.
    • Brushing her teeth and combing hair.
    • Choosing an outfit for the day and getting dressed on her own.

    Family Chores -

    • Feeding the dog, cat or other family pet without supervision, and also take full responsibility for giving them water and exercise.
    • Vacuuming her room and other individual rooms that you assign to her.
    • Mopping bathrooms, the kitchen and other rooms that you assign to her.
    • Folding laundry with parental supervision or guidance.
    • Putting her laundry away in her closet and drawers.
    • Help preparing food for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner with supervision.
    • Emptying trash cans from bathrooms and the kitchen.
    • Answering the phone with parental supervision.

    Reward Earned

    If your little girl has successfully achieved any of the above chores consistently for a month or longer, we think that she has earned a beautiful girls charm bracelet from Lily Nily. From our Unicorn Link Bracelet to our Princess Wand Bracelet, there’s something for every little girl’s taste. Additionally, if you’d like to make your little girl’s reward better, you can have her work towards earning more of a reward. Most of our little girl’s jewelry has matching necklaces and earrings. We welcome you to search through a variety of our high-quality, hand-painted little girls jewelry to make your little one work hard.

    Our Favorites

    If a bracelet is what you’d like to get your daughter, we highly recommend purchasing the Heart Link Bracelet. You can choose from solid pink hearts or a combination of alternating solid pink and solid white hearts. Each heart is hand-painted with enamel. They are linked together with 18k gold plating that is easily secured with a lobster claw clasp. Learn more about the pink Heart Link Bracelet, or the white and pink Heart Link Bracelet by contacting us online with questions. Every bracelet will be shipped in a gift box, reward ready.

    Chores For Rewards

    Growing up we’re sure you can remember chores that you used to have. From mowing the lawn to scrubbing the bathroom, there are many chores that you would prefer not to do; but regardless, every parent has things around the house that must get done. If you’re a parent and you’re looking to reward your little girl with a piece of jewelry she’ll love, you have to start thinking of chores she’ll be capable of completing on her own.

    Age Appropriate Chores For Your Little Girl

    If your little girl is two- to three-years-old:

    Personal Chores -

    • Making her bed with your assistance.
    • Picking up her toys in her room or the playroom with your supervision.

    Family Chores -

    • Feeding the family pet with your supervision.
    • Helping the parent clean up dirt or spills.
    • Putting laundry in her laundry basket.

    If your little girl is four- to five-years-old:

    Note that your little princess may be trained to use a chart for chores if you choose.

    Personal Chores -

    • Making her bed with little help from the parent.
    • Bringing her own items from the house to the car and vice versa.
    • Getting dressed with little to no parental help.

    Family Chores -

    • Setting the table for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner with parental supervision.
    • Clearing the table after breakfast, lunch and/or dinner with parental supervision.
    • Helping to cook or prepare food for meals throughout the day.
    • Helping a parent bring small bags of groceries from the car inside.
    • Matching socks that are freshly dried from the drier.
    • Taking full responsibility for feeding pets and giving them water.
    • Hanging up wet towels after showering in the bathroom.
    After a month of consistent chores, your little girl may have just earned herself a reward! Shop for little girl’s jewelry online at Lily Nily today. Stay tuned for more great chores your little girl will enjoy.

    Ask Yourself, " Is my child too young for jewelry?"

    Jewelry is a great way to play dress-up and seems to spark every little girl’s interest. If you’re the mother or father of a little girl who has been asking for jewelry, or peaking interest into the jewelry women around her wear, it may be time to ask yourself the question, “Is my child too young for jewelry?” In our previous post, we started giving you some feedback that may lead to the answer of that question; here are two more justifications you may find useful.

    Activity

    If your little princess isn’t scared to get grass-stained knees and play rough, you may want to restrict where she wears her high quality gold earrings or little girls’ charm bracelet. Although our jewelry is made to wear for years to come, playing rough may damage the perfection that these pieces of jewelry hold. It’s important to note that just because your little girl is active doesn’t mean she isn’t mature enough to wear glamorous and classy jewelry; we simply suggest you keep an extra eye out for rough play while it is worn.

    Loss

    Let’s be honest: children are prone to losing things. If you’ve ransacked your child’s bedroom to find a missing piece of clothing or toy, you may find that your child is not ready to have high quality jewelry. However, if you want to give your little girl a memorable piece of jewelry, you can tell her to make sure to keep it someplace safe. Try buying her a quaint jewelry box to keep her new girl’s charm bracelet inside when she’s not wearing it.

    We hope we have helped you determine whether or not your little girl is ready to wear a simple, yet adorable, girls charm bracelet. Shop with us online now if she’s ready!



    Is Your Child To Young For Jewelry?

    Let’s face it: so many little girls love jewelry. They see their mom, older sister, aunt and grandmother wear jewelry everyday; so why can’t they? If your daughter has been asking to wear jewelry for a while, it may be time to grab her attention by directing it to Lily Nily’s little girl’s jewelry. But before you get started, it’s important to ask yourself, “Is my child too young for jewelry?”

    Age

    Age matters when buying little girls jewelry. A locket, bead or charm could easily become a choking hazard if your little one likes to put things into her mouth. So, if you are still interested in finding the perfect necklace or bracelet for your little girl, choose simple and appropriate styles that are relevant to her age.

    Quality

    Believe it or not, quality matters. There are potential hazards to buying cheap and inexpensive costume jewelry for your little girl to wear. Instead, opt for great quality jewelry that you know doesn’t contain any potentially dangerous amounts of lead, such as the little girls jewelry at Lily Nily.

    Allergies

    If your little girl has allergies, you can’t be caught buying cheap nickel necklaces, bracelets or earrings. Rather, elect a higher quality piece of jewelry for your child, such as an 18k gold necklace from the designers at Lily Nily.

    Don’t go anywhere just yet. The professionals behind the scenes here have more great points to make when you ask yourself the question, “Is my child too young for jewelry?”