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New York NYC Crime Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Education Obituaries Sports Yankees Mets Giants Jets Knicks Nets Rangers Islanders Football Basketball Baseball Hockey Soccer College High School The Score News Crime U.S. The youngest member of the Kardashian clan opted for a little silver hoop on the inside of her ear. The device, which is currently seeking funding on kickstarter, promises to help you "make healthy choices" thanks to its feedback. Tag what you see on the picture : clothes, celebrities, bloggers, series, movies and brands. There are few moments in a young girl’s life that produce lasting memories and get to be shared with their mothers.
Well, those days are over, friends, due to the technological advances of Claire’s Jewelry store.
Thanks to the wonders of Santa (Emma) and a big brother (Lucy), both girls received the gift of a lifetime for Christmas. They were totally ready and only a little bit nervous when the day came, and by a little bit nervous we mean they each cried beforehand. It was determined, during an earlobe assessment period more thorough than most annual check-ups, that both Lucy and Emma have one ear lobe longer than the other (Clearly this is fate saying that they are meant to be BFFs for life). And we moms walked away with smiles and heavy hearts…because we know they are  one step closer to growing up. Subscribe to The Dose of Reality so you never miss a post by entering your email address in the box below! My brave 6 year old went first and would have let out only a few tears except for the fact that the piercing apparatus got STUCK IN HER EAR. Eventually they got the gun off her but by that time we had lost my 8 year old and my sanity! After we did the piercing, we went and had a ladies’ lunch and let the girls sit at their own table (within our line of sight, of course). It was the summer before fifth grade, and I went to my PEDIATRICIAN’s office to get this done (getting an ear piercing is basically the same thing as getting a shot, right?) I loved it so much the following year I got second holes.
The other 5, like most normal people, were done at the local mall when I was in college (my one form of rebellion, and not all at once, I might add). We actually thought about the pediatrician’s office for about 2 seconds, but it seemed anti-climactic, so we went full tilt for the mall. I can’t wait for my little girl to get older so I can take her to have her ears pierced.

We’ve both discussed at length how we remembered as children (far younger than ours, by the way) sitting smack in the middle of a mall kiosk (not even an actual store!) while ladies raised what can only be described as a giant, metal hole punch type instrument to our ears and proceeded to insert the plainest, smallest, strangely oblong shaped gold ball looking earring of all time into them. The huge and heavy piercing gun is a thing of the past because today’s tool resembles a tiny box that you might use to check your blood sugar. And of course, because her mother is nothing if not patient, loving and kind, she was quickly comforted by being told through clenched teeth that a babysitter for her younger sister was not procured on New Year’s Eve morning so that she could back out at the last minute. It should be noted at this point that on hand were smelling salts and a promise from the amazing girl who did the piercing that no one left the store on her watch with only one ear pierced. I know there will be a day when my daughter requests the earrings, and we’ll do it…and have the same emotions you all did! And trying to smile and not cry because you are supposed to be a dignified adult-like person! My girls wanted the earrings but not the procedure so I made it a surprise so there was less time for panic. Luckily the girls were busy picking from the fabulous selection of starter earrings so they didn’t notice. And all of the staff just got wide eyed and ran behind the counter leaving me with her and the gun hanging from her ear and my rising panic! The plus side of waiting until this age—they can do the entire post-piercing ear care themselves!! We did the SAME thing with my daughter for her 10th birthday- only Claire’s said we weren’t allowed to use a camera in the store?!!? I was seven when I did mine- my mom bribed me if I would agree to a shorter haircut (and elminate tangle combing from her morning routine). We know two girls who would love to hold her hands when she gets them done whenever the time is right! I think they also figured if we left without piercing, we might not take them back for years.
We’d always said they had to be in double digits but when they kept asking we just figured…meh, why not?! She was all gung ho and I refused to let her have them pierced until we could find somewhere with two staffers available to pierce both ears at the same time. I remember that we were not going to be allowed to get our ears pierced for a few more years, but an aunt got us earrings for our birthday or Christmas (pierced ones, of course) and my parents decided that we could go ahead and do it early. We always said the girls would have to be double digits before we’d ever consider it, but we caved a year early.

My mom did not tell my dad we was going to the mall to get my ears pierced, he did not want me getting them pierced.
My neice, Gloria, who was going to nursing school came out one weekend and froze my ear with ice cubes and then took a needle and punched them through.
We know lots of people who did it just that way–and they all lived to tell the tale!!
Gone are the days of longingly gazing at your mother’s earring collection, pawing through to find a clip-on earring that you can stand to wear for the length of time it takes to play dress-up.
Courage was upped and fashion won out when their good friend Sophie got her ears pierced the previous week and said it wasn’t that bad! She picked beautiful pink birthstone earrings that she couldn’t wait to show off the minute the process was finished! I remember going in and being surprised that they were actually going to put a hole in my ear and didn’t realize it would hurt until after they had done one ear! I like the pictures of the actual piercing, they look brave but they’re actually scared. I remember the sound of it being extremely loud right by my ear – not very reassuring when one is already nervous.
Pretty sure if I hadn’t, she’d still be walking around with 1 earring two years later! Welcome to the real world, girls, where the sky is the limit for the accessorizing you can do to your earlobe! I pierced my own ears with self piercers that I ordered from Spencer’s catalog when I was 16. LOL I was brave and let them do both ears, but seriously, why did I not realize they would be putting a hole in my ear and it would hurt?!?!?
I cannot even imagine that for my child, but at the same time it’s what I think will work. Their smiles at the end say it all – how nice that they had each other there for support! My grandpa said if God had wanted us to have holes in our earlobes, he’d have put them there.

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