When I first heard of Rock of Feather I was instantly intrigued and on looking at their website loved the stylish, trendy layout and designs. This doesn’t look like your normal jewellery targeted at Mums. I’ve bought baby safe necklaces before and they have sat on the side, not being worn as they look like teething necklaces. Rock of Feather jewellery is different as it is really on trend and something I would definitely wear, Mum or not. Pre baby I loved accessorising my outfits and have a stand full of statement necklaces and bangles. Since having Ava I’ve kept on my Pandora bracelet, but have had to give up all of my necklaces now she is grabbing and chewing.
What is Rock of Feather?
No woman wants to lose her individuality and sense of self when she becomes a mother.
“It’s 100% safe for babies and toddlers to pull, chew and drool over but, at the same time, Rock of Feather designs imaginative and stylish pieces that anyone would consider good enough to eat. And, perhaps most importantly, by way of tribute to women who don’t want to inhibit their sense of style just because they have children, the whole range is inspired by seasonal fashion trends.”
This is teething jewellery with real bite.
The Rock of Feather range is safe for any baby or toddler and specifically designed to be put in mouths. It includes necklaces and bracelets priced from £12 – £26.
• Free of any nastiness PVC, BPA, Latex, lead and phthalate
• Soft, chewable and durable
• Easy to clean (dishwasher safe)
• Fitted with a special breakaway clasp, meaning it wont snap when it is tugged on.
The jewellery arrives in a little turquoise (ish) colour box and on opening I was excited to see the presentation. I felt like I was receiving some high end jewellery, it definitely brightened up my day. Inside the box was a grey branded drawstring bag, a leaflet and some feathers (sanitised, don’t panic) I loved this touch!
The stylish leaflet explains about the brand and contains some great information about the product.
The Kittiwake necklace
I opted for the Kittiwake necklace. Now it’s warming up I’m wearing brighter colours and prints and thought that this one would go well with most of my outfits. I love how they describe the jewellery as “putinyourmouth-able” and I can confirm that Ava agrees. Before I even put the necklace on she was trying to grab it. I’ve been wearing it for the last couple of days and she fiddles with it, tugs it and chews it. She plays with it when she is feeding too which as a bonus as it keeps her attention instead of trying to look around the room. I’ve even had a few people comment on the necklace asking where it is from. My younger, trendier sister was surprised when I told her it was a baby safe necklace and couldn’t believe it was made from silicone. Proving that it’s not just Mums who the jewellery appeals too.
The above content was originally posted on the Mummy and Monkeys blog and has been reposted here with permission from the author.