Some American Girl dolls come with their ears pierced, while other doll owners pay to have their dolls‘ ears pierced at American Girl Place. You can easily pierce your doll’s ears for free!
Also to know is, can American Girl dolls wear regular earrings?
Dolls with Earrings from American Girl
Ivy Ling, Elizabeth Cole, and Saige Copeland each came with pierced ears by default and can wear standard American Girl Earrings.
Just so, what age should a girl get her ears pierced?
According to a 2013 study, seven is the average age for girls to get their ears pierced, but many are getting them done younger and younger – some before they can even walk or talk – and it’s an issue that divides parents across the country.
Can Wellie wishers get ears pierced?
Now, you can get your WellieWisher doll’s ears pierced for $16, like a regular American Girl doll! When you get a WellieWisher’s ears pierced, you get dot, butterfly and flower studs.
Most items can be delivered within two business days anywhere in the continental US*. Delivery calculation starts on the first business day after the order is placed (business days are Monday through Friday, not including holidays).
You absolutely can take an “non” AG doll with you into the store.
To pay by credit card or gift card, please place your order online at www.americangirl.com. Make checks payable to American Girl. Clip and tape the mailing label to your package to send your doll to the hospital via a traceable method.
Be direct and honest.
- State outright what you want to talk about. Say something like, “Mom, I really want to get my ears pierced and I was hoping to get your permission.”
- From there, give an honest reason as to why you want your ears pierced.
Any piercing, no matter who administers it, is a risk. Shopping mall kiosks are generally safe places to get your ears pierced, but it’s still a risk. You can schedule an appointment to have your ears pierced by a dermatologist or other healthcare professional.
“Babies can’t localize pain, so even though it might be a little bit painful, they can’t reach up and touch their ears and pull the earring out,” says pediatrician Dr. Norina Ocampo. “The pain usually goes away within a couple of days.” Older babies, around 5 or 6 months old, however, can localize pain.
“Any time you puncture the skin, you open up the opportunity for infection, and because infants still have developing immune systems, I encourage parents to wait until their child is at least 6 months old to get her ears pierced,” says Wendy Sue Swanson, M.D., a Parents advisor and a pediatrician at Seattle Children’s …