The Kids Are Old Enough for Jewelry


When I first got married, I loved shopping for jewelry. I had a ring to match every outfit. I wore simple earrings (because my ears would typically start to bother me if I wore anything too large.)  I had a few bracelets but really love watches.  Necklaces? Well, I like them but still wear the necklace my parents gave me as a high school graduation gift.  Not that I didn’t still buy them occasionally though.
Jewelry. Beautiful jewelry.

Then I had a baby.

One baby plus any jewelry equals OUCH.  If I wasn’t accidentally bumping her with one of my rings or scratching her with my watch, she was tugging on an earring or necklace.  Ultimately, I put the jewelry in the safe and only pulled out the pieces that needed to be inspected regularly to maintain their warranty.

A few months back, a friend talked me into buying a pair of large hoop earrings. Let’s see… the girls are old enough to know better than to pull on my ears. Okay, I’ll give them a shot. You know what? They’re cute and they made me feel pretty.  I realized that we were finally all at an age that I could start to wear jewelry again.

So earlier this month when Family Review Network was looking for a few bloggers to review jewelry and fashion handbags for Docia Lynn, I gleefully yelled “Me, mee, MEEE! I love jewelry. My kids are old enough that I can wear jewelry again! Can I ooh and aahhh over your jewelry, please?”

Look what they sent me!  An adorable pair of teardrop earrings.  One problem I have with earrings is that my ears start to hurt and I take them out.  I don’t know if it’s some kind of allergy or what.  But with these from Docia Lynn, I didn’t have any problems.  I wore them all day!  (Not the best picture of me, but a really cute picture of the earrings!)

You know the best part of their jewelry? The price. Docia Lynn has some classy looking stuff and it’s all very reasonably priced. For example, the necklace/earring combo picture here is only $25.99.

If you’re looking for some classy but affordable jewelry or a handbag, check out Docia Lynn.  That is, of course, if YOUR kids are old enough to let you wear jewelry again!

Thanks to Docia Lynn and the Family Review Network for allowing me to participate in this very fun and rewarding review.

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