Being a kid is hard enough, especially when it comes to navigating buttons, snaps, toggles, and anything else that requires the moves of a contortionist and the dexterity of a monkey.
Belts can be among the hardest accessories for tots to manage, especially when nature calls faster than little hands can manage buckles.
Thanks to Myself Belts, children of all ages and abilities can get their pants and skirts up and down independently. The mom-invented belts comes in a range of trendy styles and designs - think flowers, metallic hearts, dinosaurs, race cars and personalized leather, and feature a clever one-handed Velcro closure, making them especially ideal for kids (teen and adult sizes, too) with special needs and general motor delays.
Maria Pilar Clark is a mom times two and Windy City-based writer.
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