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.
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.
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!