Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Take a page from the celebrity mom handbook and fall in love with Smart Mom Jewelry's chic-ly unique Teething Bling

Smart Mom Tori Spelling
Teething Bling is a mommy must when it's time to hit the town with those tots in tow, and a favorite accessory for star moms like Tori Spelling, Holly Robinson Peete, Melissa Joan Hart, and more! Regular jewelry just won't do when there are tiny hands and eager mouths questing for something fun to chew on and play with. Instead of risking a regular necklace or simply going without, the geniuses behind Smart Mom Jewelry created Teething Bling as a whole new style staple that's fun and safe for little ones and hip to this season's fashion trends.

Just in time for 2014 they've developed a number of hot new collections featuring their trademark charm and dedication to safety. Like all of their pendants, bangles, and key chains, these necklaces are made from the same silicone that regular baby teething toys and coated infant spoons use. They are phthalate, BPA, PVC, lead, and latex free so mom and dad can let them chew to their hearts' content worry free.

The Gemstone line features a strand of stylish beads that are gentle on babies' gums and emerging teeth while exuding elegance. They can't resist feeling the little beads, and mom will be pleased that they won't weigh her down or get caught in her hair.

The gorgeous Cross Shaped Pendant limited edition line is sure to be a favorite with the spiritual moms who want to stay true to their hearts. These graceful necklaces feature chunky crosses in vibrant hues like blue, gold, bronze, and turquoise.

Smart Mom Jewelry has been bringing parents nationwide multipurpose pieces that combine chic style with functionality since 2002. The company was founded by stay-at-home moms, and has continued to be staffed by moms dedicated to creating products that fulfill the needs of parents and their bundles of joy. Their products have been featured in numerous publications including People, Pregnancy & Newborn, and the Washington Post and have won the iParenting Media Award and Mom's Best Award.

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