Two days, two guest bloggers! Today I welcome my five year old niece, Briar Rose*.
(Sentence above typed by Briar Rose herself)
Briar Rose: I like to play with my jewelry and my makeup box. What the box is is a makeup fake box with princesses on it. And it comes with fake makeup. What I do with my bracelets, I play with them and pack purses with them. That’s it.
(I ask, what is your favorite bracelet?)
The charm bracelet is my favorite.
(This girl clearly knows how to work her Auntie, the giver of the charm bracelet.)
21 thoughts on “Guest blogger Briar Rose and her bracelet collection”
How adorable! Say that she did a good job 😉
I will pass along the message 🙂 thanks for the comments today and yesterday. Both of them are so excited for the feedback.
No worries! Kids gets excited for the smallest things and I like to make people smile 🙂 I have cousins in those ages
I told Natalina that you are in Sweden and she was very impressed 🙂
Haha sweet! Stay tuned and I’ll make more posts about Sweden and traditions ;D
Ohhh, so cute!
Right?? She’ll be so pleased with your comment, thank you!
This guest blogger is a keeper! And I love her bracelets, I’d totally wear them.
I couldn’t agree more! Thanks again for the nice words:)
A girl can never have too many bracelets or too many purses!
I totally agree! And what do we need purses for but to carry our bracelets?
“makeup fake box” description is so cute oh my god.
It kind of gives me a mini heart attack, it’s so cute.
Cutest bracelets ever. I am bit of a tomboy but then we have to wear these bangles and bracelets on different occasions with traditional wear. So I have a few in my wardrobe. How do I share them with you? Post on my blog and send a ping back? I would love to hear your say on my limited possessions 😉
Through WP I’ve been reading about the Indian cultural relationship to bangles. It’s fascinating to me! I like the colors and symbolism. And the traditions of special occasions, like weddings.
Aye aye 🙂 For example, in Marathi weddings you got to wear green glass ones. In Bengali weddings, white conch shell bangles and red (maybe coral) bangles are a must. The North Indians have set of white and red ones on their wedding known as Chooraa and they remove it only after a certain period of time.
So interesting! I love that. Most of my bracelets have significance to me on a personal level, but I think that’s cool that you could be at the market, wearing your red and white bangles and people know you just were married.
Oh yes…you are getting it very accurately 😀 Please do visit soon 🙂
Sorry, I neglected to respond to your question. Post them on your blog! I’ll keep my eyes peeled.
Oww it is alright 🙂 Will post them soonish 😀
Hey..!! this is so adorable.. The pink charm bracelet is so cute. Good Work. 🙂