I waited untill my told me she wanted her ears pierced, when she was 6. Its much more rewarding to see the smile on her face, showing everyone her pretty ear rings. It makes me sad seeing the pore lil babies bawling their eyes out for something they could care less about. Obviously, its to make the parent happy when they are too young to care about having bling in their ears. Or am I just totally wrong on this matter?
I did my first dd's early but let my younger dd tell me when she was ready. She'd say "I want my ears pierced", but then she'd say "when I'm bigger mom"..lol..Then when she turned 6 she would tell me she wanted it done, but left out the when I get bigger. she's had them done about 2 months now. I don't think it's wrong either way. To each their own, but I do think it's neater to wait till they are ready. Cause it's for them that way. Something they can remember. Dunno just neater
Answer by bizima4 at 6:09 PM on Apr. 20, 2011
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Answer by rhonda111787 at 6:07 PM on Apr. 20, 2011
for me I waited because my mom had waited. I didn't get my ears pierced until I was older and I wanted to share the experience with my DD like my mother and I did. I do believe it is a personal choice and if parents decide to get their DD ears pierced when they are babies it is their decisions. I just knew it wasn't the right one for me. I am so glad that I waited.
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