Throughout my pregnancy, Grace has has been an absolute god-send. She is always helping me and telling me not to do things for fear I might hurt myself or the baby. I have always been a little concerned at how she would react when we told her that we were having a baby and whether she might be jealous of our impending arrival. We needn’t have worried about her though. Along the way we have always kept her in the loop to make sure that she never felt left out and I believe that this is one of the things that has really helped.
A Gift for Grace
I sometimes wonder if she is going to change when the baby does eventually come. Knowing her, and her characteristics, I doubt it but I want to do something to show her how much I appreciate her support and love and to show her that she is still special, no matter what.
When my siblings were born, my parents bought me a present – two of which I can distinctly remember. One was a Basil Brush hand puppet and the other was an E.T. toy. For Grace, I wanted to get her something special, something meaningful between us.
For 4 years I was a single parent with her and we spent lots of wonderful times together, so when Kaya Jewellery approached me to ask me to look at their Mother and Daughter range, I knew exactly what I wanted to get her.
About Kaya Jewellery
Tanja quit her job back in 2012 and wrote a business plan. She decided that she wanted to create a jewellery company that caters to mothers with daughters. She also wanted to give something back to underprivileged children.
She started to design jewellery, bought some labels, designed a website and then launched. Her daughters were her inspiration. Like most girls they are fond of anything which sparkles. Like them, Grace is regularly searching through my jewellery box and I did that with my mum when I was younger too.
Helping underprivileged children
After working for a multinational company for 10 years, Tanja decided that she wanted to give something back. She discovered Eduki, the Education for Kids Foundation, who make sure that underprivileged children in Gambia can go to school. As a result, she donates part of her profit to give children in Gambia the chance to go to school. So far she has sponsored 10 children, which means they not only better themselves, but their entire community.
One of the things I really love about Kaya Jewellery are the reasonable prices. All too often I look for jewellery but find that it is completely out of my price range. The Mother and Daughter set I ordered for Grace, priced at £39.95, came as two necklaces and included the engraving and postage. The set is beautiful and I am really impressed. The day her brother is born, I shall be presenting her with the ‘Mum’ necklace whilst I hold onto the ‘Grace’ one.
There are a number of other things which impressed me about their service. Their delivery is fast and free and all items are handmade here in the UK. They include free gift wrapping too. They offer pieces for a number of different occasions including new babies, christenings, birthdays, weddings and holy communions.
Win a £40 voucher
You could also be the owner of a piece of jewellery from the Kaya Jewellery range. Whether you are looking for a gift for someone special or simply want to treat yourself or youngster, then please enter my giveaway below where one lucky winner will receive a £40 voucher to spend on the Kaya Jewellery site. You can find more details about them on their website Kaya Jewellery, on Facebook, on Twitter, on Instagram and on Pinterest.
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