A line of belts designed specifically for children ages 2-12. Unlike traditional belts with buckles not suitable for small hands, Myself Belts’ closure allows children to master the challenging task of fastening and unfastening a belt on their own- easing frustrations while promoting independence and boosting self esteem.
As a mom of a preschooler, I know all too well the trouble with pants and potty time! My son just started preschool so everyday I make sure he has pants that are easy to get on and off by himself. My son is on the small side as well, every year for his birthday he gets clothes but they are always too big and he ends up having to wait til the next year to wear them! He is always pulling his pants back up cause they are too big. That is where Myself Belts comes in hand! These are belts that kids can actually do by themselves!
My son got to try out the Bug Belt. This belt was great because not only does it keep his pants up, it has creepy crawly things on it too, everything a 4 year old wants! The belt has a snap on the end of it, to keep it in place. Simply snap the end of the belt around the front right (child’s left) belt loop, keeping the Velcro out. Slide the belt through the remaining belt loops and fasten the Velcro. The best part, they can do this with one hand!
Myself Belts come in many sizes and designs, and can even be personalized! These belts are great for fast growing kids. No one likes to buy pants just to have to buy new ones a few weeks later cause their child had another growth spurt, with Myself Belts you can have confidence to know you have a belt your kid can do themselves. These belts are really good for the newly potty trained. Kids need to get their pants off quick when they “gotta go” and Myself Belts are very quick and easy to get undone when it matters most. With all the designs to chose from, these belts make a great fashion accessory as well.
You can buy your own Bug Belt for $16.95.
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