Pros and cons of piercing your baby’s ears and the alternatives
A lot of baby girls have pierced ears. These little ones look very cute with different earrings once their ears get pierced. Some parents aren’t sure if they want to pierce their children’s ears at such a young age. If you’re a parent who’s conflicted about piercing the ears of your little one then check out the following pros and cons of getting a baby’s ears pierced. Also, take a look at the alternatives if you don’t want to get those little ears pierced.
You can give a new look to your baby girl every single day if you get her ears pierced. There is a vast variety of cute baby earrings out there. You can pick flower shaped, square-shaped, round or oval baby earrings for those pierced ears. You can choose from pure gold, platinum or silver earrings that look luxurious and don’t cause allergies.
Check out the 14K Yellow Gold earrings available at MyDiaLand, featuring white Cubic Zirconia stones, butterfly shaped are sweet and lovely. You can also check out some similar screw back earrings that have heart-shaped Cubic Zirconia stones. These pretty earrings for infants are great for regular wear whereas Loveivy’s 14 K Gold Cross earrings will be ideal for days like Christmas and Easter.
Ear piercing can help you make your baby look pretty but this is a painful process for a baby girl. Secondly, sometimes girls don’t like their pierced ears when they grow up. This is one of those several reasons why some people don’t choose ear piercing for their babies. A kid’s skin is sensitive and it can catch infection due to piercing.
If you don’t want to pierce your baby’s ears when they’re that young, or ever, you can choose some pretty clip on earrings or stick on earrings for your little girl. For younger children, affordable and colorful stick on earrings are best because you won’t have to worry about losing earrings that are made from precious metal like gold.