We all know that keeping jew in a home with children is a recipe for disaster if you’re not properly equipped with the right storage equipment and procedures. Leaving a wedding ring out on the counter is like asking to have it flushed down the toilet, thrown in the sink, tossed in the trash, or worst of all – eaten. Kids love shiny things and if they see your jewellery unattended and you’re not there to stop them from taking it, you might as well count on it being messed with and possibly lost. So I thought these child-safe jewellery options would be really useful for other Mums.
It may not be something that you have given much thought to in the past, but if you are looking to get married, you should make sure that you choose your wedding rings carefully. I loved shopping for our wedding rings, they were perfect for us! There are some excellent ideas for wedding rings on Pinterest.com that you may wish to consider, although not all of them would be practical. You will want to take into account the wear and tear of everyday life that the ring will go through, and choose a ring that is going to be practical.
Recently I was sent a beautiful set of ring stacks from Annie Haak. I love ring stacks, I think they make your hands look really pretty and when I came across Annie Haak I couldn’t resist. Each of her ring stacks are designed to make you stand out this summer – perfect for our Cruise next month!
Christenings are wonderful celebrations where a child’s name is officially affirmed (“christen” basically means “give a name”) and parents get to show off their beautiful bundle of joy to friends and family. Christenings are also when infants are baptized into a church.
Pandora are currently running a fantastic competition where you can win £500 of of Pandora rings, what a prize! I love the stacking rings and hubby recently bought me my very first one which is beautiful and I am looking forward to making a small collection of them over the years to come.