Monday, July 23, 2012

Keep Your Pants Up With Andrea's Clips!

Aias is short and skinny for his age.  We are in the process of potty training and this means he has to wear underpants, but it's really hard to find underpants that stay up around his skinny little waist.  I've been told they should be a little bit loose so he can pull them up and down to use the potty but they are so loose they don't even stay up at all!  The solution? Andrea's belt clips from Andrea's Pacifier Clips & More.





Similar to a classic mitten clip, but stronger and designed specifically for holding on to belt buckles and fabric, Andrea's belt clips take centimetres or inches off your child's underpants and pants.  We have just plain brown so it looks subtle, but these clips come in a variety of designs to appeal to your child (or yourself!)  What I like about the brown one is that I can use it, too, and I have, with my gym shorts that are thankfully getting a bit loose around the waist.

These clips are well made and inexpensive (only $4-$6 each) so they are both incredibly useful and affordable.  I also love that Andrea's Pacifier Clips & More is a Canadian company out of Milton, Ontario, and is both owned and operated by a mother.  Andrea offers a flat rate for shipping of only $2 for your entire order if you are in Canada and only $3 if you are in the USA.  You can get  free shipping on any order if placed by August 3rd, 2012 by quoting code AIASFREE.

Andrea is offering a reader a belt clip, so sign up below to enter to win!  She also has giveaways very often on her Facebook fan page, so check her out there as well!


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