VINTAGE LACE - CHIME HOLDER
A soothing chime, worn by pregnant Mom’s during the second and third trimester, evolved from the ancient practice of Mexican Bola’s.
Mexican Bola’s have been worn by generations of expectant Mommy’s in Mexico and used after birth to soothe babies who are often overwhelmed while trying to adjust to life outside of the womb. When a newborn enters the world they are no longer, secluded inside their safe haven and while trying to process everything around them; in our big scary world, a familiar sound often helps to soothe a new baby.
The chime is usually worn on a long chain, on Mom’s pregnant belly, as close to baby as possible. Once baby is born, Mom normally chooses to wear their Baby Bells on a shorter chain, so the soothing familiar sound is close to baby, while bonding and feeding and cuddling.