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Should I get a Necklace or Bracelet?

Sara Shay bracelet child multi raw review

This is a sponsored post and all opinions are my own and honest. 

Should I get an amber necklace or bracelet

Trying to decide which one you want? Or maybe you want a set!

Years ago when I first shared pictures on social media of my little guy with his amber necklace on, there was great concern about it choking him -- we've never had this problem, by the way.

BUT a bracelet is a great way to go if you are wary of this. Many parents remove necklaces at night because of this concern. But aren't nights some of the hardest for teething, at least for you wanting some rest right?!?

Also, if you are on a budget, getting a bracelet is a great option to get some amber on your kiddo! Because there are a lot less beads, it is about half the cost of a necklace.

I should say as well, if you already have a necklace and are worried about the safety for your child, you CAN wrap it around to serve as a bracelet or anklet, and twice the same effect!

Raw Multi Amber Bracelet

The raw was the very first style I bought. I had read that the raw worked better, I am still on the hunt to see if this is true or not.

Regardless, I love the "earthy" look of the raw even though the polished is sparkling. There are just some days you just want to be little more casual, and I feel I get that more with the raw. It is always fun to have a little set since this style offers both the bracelet and necklace!

Also, the bracelet is nice and discreet. If your child is fidgety about having stuff on them, this would be easy to hide under a sock. but of course looks fabulous in the summer as a cute little anklet!

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Author Sara Shay Your Thriving FamilyI am just a wife and mama who does research for the well being of my kiddos and share that with you. These are all my personal experiences and findings.

As with anything please do your own research and consult your trusted healthcare provider before following any advice I may offer.

You can follow Sara on FacebookInstagram, or learn more about her at her blog, Your Thriving Family


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