Lauren Goodger says she was 'so nervous' getting 15-month-old daughter's ears pierced
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Lauren Goodger has shared a photo of her baby daughter Larose having her ears pierced, admitting she was a little nervous ahead of the treatment.
Lauren had said she was 'so nervous' ahead of the trip, but explained the staff made her feel totally at ease.
"So I got Larose's ears pierced yesterday, and everyone is asking how she got on. She was absolutely fine. I was obviously so nervous because I didn't want it to hurt her. It's something I've thought of for a long time," she said.
"I was out yesterday and I've always said 'ooh no I wouldn't get it done at Claire's Accessories' but when I went in there and spoke to the girl and she made me feel really comfortable.
"I'm really glad that I chose to have them there when she was a baby because they were really gentle. They're really used to it and I think they do a lot of kids and babies, and Larose literally cried for about 30 seconds and then she was running around."
Lauren also spoke about whether the earrings would bother Larose, or be painful at all as they heal.
"They haven't bothered her at all," she added.
"She's not even fiddling with them. They've given me a solution to clean them with and I need to do that two to three times a day and twist them.
"They look so pretty, so cute. I'm so glad I got them done now. It's kind of tradition to get your ears pierced young and she's only 15 months so not too young, she's walking now, but it's kind of better than being more of a toddler and them annoying her. She's not even noticed once."
Lauren welcomed Larose last year with ex Charles Drury. The couple went on to have a second daughter, Lorena, who sadly died shortly after birth.
Lauren announced the tragic news on 10 July, writing: “Lorena. 08.07.22. She was the most beautiful healthy baby I’ve ever seen just like her sister… words can’t describe as a mother losing your baby that I carried for all these months perfectly and gave birth too for my angel to be taken from me."
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