The Mother, Shana Farr
Something happened when I became a mother. Everything that seemed to be important quickly moved to the back of my mind. I quickly realized I was responsible for this little person - for everything in his world from infant to toddler to little boy...to teenager...to young man! And there are a lot of things he needs to learn - a lot of things I need to teach him, to show him, to instill in him and to help him believe he can be anything he wants to be.
So just as I wrote my vows for my husband, I wrote and made a promise to my little boy...The Baby Promise. Knowing I would probably need to be reminded of these words every day, probably more than once, I designed a band of gold to wear with my wedding set - which is now my Family Set - so that I would be conscious of and reminded of my responsibilities every day.
- Shana Farr
Wanting to share "The Baby Promise" with all moms who understand the commitment of motherhood and the unconditional love a mother shares with her child, Shana Farr is also now the Owner and Creative Director of The Baby Promise® - she conceived, designed, developed, and launched from her living room...all while being a mom.
Made Just for You
For Mother Earth and our Children
Metal: As part of our commitment to sustainability, we choose to use recycled and refined metals for The Baby Promise products.
Diamonds: We use diamonds that are Born with Love® - real diamonds born in an environmentally friendly laboratory not dug up from an un-environmentally-friendly coal mine. If you would like to learn more about clean and genuine diamonds grown in a laboratory, please see the information at the Gemological Institute of America.
The Baby Promise gives a percentage of it's proceeds to charity that provides mothers and their children living in poverty with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves.
Working with Moms
Want something done? Ask a Mom!
The Baby Promise is happy to be working with highly talented and skilled mothers who need to work from home as they raise their children. It is hard to juggle motherhood with a full-time job and there are many professionally accomplished moms out there with whom we are lucky to work.