Onecklace contacted me regarding a review and I jumped at the chance to have them create a necklace with my daughters name on it for her Birthday. The  thing is, I didn’t want it for her upcoming 6th birthday I wanted it for her sweet 16th.

In the past few months I have been gathering gifts for my Children’s special occasions in-case I die. Sounds crazy I know, but my parents are old and my husband is unlikely to pass on the gesture. Life is crazy, life is unpredictable, life is cruel.  So yesterday I sat and wrapped a beautiful pair of diamond earrings for my daughter to wear on her wedding day.  Am I crazy? This is something I NEED to do. Does that make it selfish?

I wrapped my daughter’s custom made necklace in some tissue paper and made a little bow. My hand written note smudged by the tears that rolled down my cheeks as though I had already parted from her. I told her how much I loved her even though I was no longer with her. The thought of my babie’ grief takes hold and I sob as I finish the job at hand.

When I laid in bed that night I felt like I had achieved a big step, admitting life was precious and a small step in making my little baby feel better on her 16th birthday. Imagining her popping that necklace around her neck thinking of my sweet hugs and sweet kisses.  (now I am crying again).

Onecklace’s are not only beautiful they are affordable for every occasion. Perfect gift Idea for Christmas and best of all they have FREE worldwide shipping! They also create beautiful name rings and earrings.

Onecklace’s jewelry comes in silver, gold, white gold and even diamonds.  Like their facebook page for specials and new products updates.

Mothers collection with 3 names only $39.95

By Shellie Wilson




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  1. Siaron on November 12, 2013 6:36 am

    Dear Shellie
    I don’t usually post comments etc despite loving the site but I had to on this occasion. I was diagnosed with cancer 18 months ago and have a 12 year-old son and 6 year-old daughter. Luckily, following a series of operations and chemotherapy, I am now clear but your post made me cry (in fact, I am crying now writing this). Having had cancer has made me re-evualate my life and decide what is really important. To this end, I have not resumed my career but have started a craft business which is something I have always wanted to do. I am also making sure that the time we have as a family is as happy as it can be as it is so precious, especially as children grow up so quickly these days. I hope you don’t mind but I will be stealing your amazing idea for both my children – more difficult for a boy, I know,- so that, should my cancer return in the future, I will not regret my possibly not being there at the most important days of their lives. Thank you for the inspiration. Siâron

  2. Kathy Strain on November 12, 2013 12:35 pm

    How wonderfully thoughtful & considerate! I did not think it was selfish. We just had a life scare 2 years in a row & find your idea would be a comfort in case something were to happen. Love your site.

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