In the aftermath of Sandyhook most of us moms are giving our munchkins lots of extra snuggles. But eventually life will get crazy busy again, and we’ll return to the normal insanity of school and activities and social schedules that run us ragged. As we run around multitasking, sometimes the hugs fall by the wayside.
Enter the Hugga Bugga Kids charm bracelet. This is such a cute idea that incorporates special bonding time into adorable jewelry! The Hugga Bugga Kids company was started by two moms who never wanted to get so busy in their day to day lives that they forgot to hug, kiss, or otherwise love on their children. So, the “embracelet” was created.
Hugga Bugga Kids bracelets encourage and promote 25 hugs a day through their cute little moveable charm! The idea is to move the charm over one position each time you get/give a hug or kiss from your child, with the goal of moving it all the way around by the end of the day. I know my Jelly Bean would have no problem making that goal but sometimes I could use an extra reminder to stop what I’m doing and dole out smooches!
These are super cute bracelets and I absolutely adore the lady bug charm, (made of lead free pewter and sterling silver) and comes in red, green, or blue. The beads are plastic and it’s connected with a clear elastic band. The charm is easy to move from one spot to the next, and it seems durable enough.
In honor of “World Hug Day” on January 21st (who knew??) the Hugga Bugga crew is offering a free charm with each bracelet purchased from now until January 21st. Free is even better!!
The bracelet is nice and sturdy, reasonably priced, and the charm is absolutely adorable. Jelly Bean and I love it! Even if you never move your bug, it will be a great reminder and a cute piece of jewelry!
Stop by Hugga Bugga for more information and don’t miss your chance for the free charm!
Disclosure – I was sent a bracelet and charm for my product review, but all opinions of this adorable bracelet are completely my own! 🙂
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