FOX NEWS — A little girl’s nose piercing can be a challenge for her mother, who has to decide whether or not to buy her earrings or buy jewelry.
“I want my kids to be comfortable with the way their noses look,” said Tania Crespo, a mom who was visiting her daughter’s dentist when the incident occurred.
“I want them to be able to wear their earrings and I want them be comfortable wearing earrings.
I can’t be afraid to ask my daughter, ‘Is there something you don’t want?’
I just can’t.”
This was Crespa’s first piercing.
In this photo taken March 16, 2017, a woman wears a necklace with a piercing, which is a jewelry piece that is attached to a necklace.
A mother wears a jewelry box as her daughter gets a nose piercings.
The mother and daughter were having fun at the dentist when Crespos daughter had a nose surgery.
But, it wasn’t until her daughter asked if she wanted her ears pierced that she was faced with the decision.
According to her mother’s dental practices, it is considered a cosmetic procedure and is recommended to children ages 2 to 12 to wear a ring or earring.
It’s the second time in just a few weeks that Crespas daughter had the piercing.
CrespoS daughter had to wear her jewelry box to get it removed.
As her daughter and her mother were talking about the procedure, she told them that they should wear earring earrings, but they didn’t want to.
Crespos mother told her daughter that the rings were meant for her mom and were not meant to be worn by her daughter.
At that point, the mother told the two girls to wear rings or earrings instead.
And the mother and her daughter went to get a piercing and a pair of earrings at the same time.