Congratulations Andy Murray, current World #2 tennis player and wife Kim Sears on the February 7th, 2016 birth of their daughter! I can’t even imagine how Andy was able to stay so focused and make it to the Finals of the Australian Open this January knowing his wife could go into labor at any time back home. Can you even imagine the focus he needed to make it to the Finals?! Way to go, Andy!
Seeing as push gifts are becoming more and more popular, and being a new mom myself with another on the way and knowing firsthand how important these gifts are, I thought I would give Andy some help on a push gift for Kim. Here ya go, Andy! Happy shopping…
An amethyst and diamond five stone ring is a gift that can symbolize the birth of your child in the month of February. Since amethyst is the February birthstone, every time she gazes at this ring, she’ll be reminded of your daughter. As for the diamonds?!? Those are for Kim!
This simple but elegant diamond and amethyst necklace is another gift to represent the birth of a child in February. This particular necklace features seven total stones (3 amethyst and four diamonds). This is a great every day necklace for a mom on the go… just like Kim!
This all diamond cushion cut eternity ring could be a fabulous push gift as well for Kim. Yes, it’s all diamonds but you did get married in the month of April and everyone knows that diamonds are the birthstone for April! I chose this 5.10cttw cushion cut diamond eternity ring because it’s large enough to wear alone or it could work perfectly with Kim’s halo pave diamond engagement ring. Just sayin!
These are just a few ideas for you, Andy! A push gift, while perhaps the name is a bit funny, is a beautiful and sentimental way to honor and remember this special time in your lives. I’ll be attending the BNP Paribas Open this year in March just in case you would like to meet up and discuss any of these beautiful jewelry gifts from deBebians.com in person. Happy shopping and best of luck at Indian Wells!!
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