Don’t help me, mummy. I can do it myself – JD, 4
We hear that a lot, lately. JD wants to be independent. He wants to do all the things that make him the big brother and Miss J the baby.
He’s long since been able to dress himself but belts are a challenge – fiddly, complicated things.
Priced at just £6, the EasyBelt sorts all that out with the aid of a simple, sturdy strip of velcro instead of the usual buckles and grips. JD wears his every day and appreciates the fact that he doesn’t need to come to us for help. We even have one for Miss J, ready for when she starts her own protestations of, “I’m not a baby!”
EasyBelts come in a whole range of designs, so there should be something to satisfy even the most stubbornly independent little person.
Disclosure: we were sent two EasyBelts free of charge for review. No payment was received. All reviews are 100% honest.