It is every mother’s dream to adorn her little one with some fine pieces of jewelry. This has led to the development of a baby jewelry industry that spans across different continents and countries. While there are pieces of jewelry that are more suitable for male kids such as rings, chains and buttons, the baby jewelry industry mostly focuses on the girl child. The right time for getting baby jewelry such as the sterling silver charm bracelets for kids is when the baby is at least 2 years old. Anything earlier than that is not healthy for the baby. For instance, the earrings may snag into the baby’s clothes, the baby could swallow the ring and could be strangled by the chains.
One of the most popular pieces of jewelry is the children’s pandora bracelet. When buying children’s gold bracelets, it is important to avoid the imitations. The kids charm bracelets may have some rounded Swarovski crystals, pearls and glass beads. There is a need to take excessive care when the bracelet is being worn to prevent the baby from biting, pulling and even swallowing any small parts. When buying, it is important to ensure that the bracelet charms are woven tightly and the clasps are safer. The sharp clasps and pin latches should be avoided.
Earrings for babies are very popular. This is because these are Jewry pieces that the baby remains unaware of and is very comfortable wearing. The ears of the child can be pierced anytime between one and 3 years. You will need to keep monitoring the area you pierce to find out if there will be any infection. The small-baby earrings are usually made of some small metals. These should have rounded and edgeless shapes and the studs should have the shape of a ball. You baby may also spot some tiny gemstones such as emeralds, rubies and diamonds. In case the baby is fiddling with earrings, it is important to avoid rings. Make use of studs with rounded back push so that it doesn’t cause injury to the baby’s skin. This shouldn’t be too tight to a point where it causes discomfort and should instead be clasped in a secure manner.
If you would like your baby to spot the chains, this should only be done occasionally and under your close supervision as these can strangulate the baby. You should ensure that the baby doesn’t sleep with the chains.