Post # 46
i didn’t want a gap, and they told me to avoid gap, i would have to sodder my rings together and i absoltely did not want to do that. i didn’t want a curved band because i thought wearing it alone would look weird.
i wore both rings together everyday until i had my baby. now only special occassions. i’ve tried putting it on a few times, but i end up scratching him or think i am scratching him. he’s almost one, so hopefully soon, i will start wearing both again on a daily basis.
Post # 47
I always wear mine together
Post # 48
I recently updated my setting so I can wear my ER again. I didn’t like feeling mine was too fragile with the 4 prong setting and am too lazy to have it checked almost every year. I didn’t like my ER rarely being worn. I’m super glad to have it back on my finger. 🙂
Post # 49
Maybe like 65% together, 35% band only? I wear my set when at work (office job) or going out, but at home, running errands, working out, sleeping, etc. I only wear a band — sometimes my actual wedding band, more often a different band. I love my wedding band when worn with my e-ring (and stacking bands), but it worn alone is not always my favorite – it’s a thin 2mm micropave band, and I tend to prefer a more substantial band when worn alone.