Pants falling down, shirts coming untucked and shorts down to the floor? Young boys are active and sometimes this results in missing pants. Regular belts for boys can be bothersome to deal with, time consuming and difficult for tiny fingers. However, a Hook And Loop toddler belt for boys is a great option for several reasons.
Having a hook and loop toddler belt
in place of buckles or snaps provides a much easier road towards independent actions. While getting dressed, a young boy can finish off his ensemble by tightening and securing a belt all on his own. The more everyday objects that require a child to think on their own the more confidence will be established. Once a small independent action, such as putting on a belt, is established it leads the way towards more actions in the future, thus providing a road to independent thinking as well.
There is no reason to start the underwear sticking out of the jeans trend!! Once boys reach a certain age, running, jumping and climbing become a part of everyday life. Pants will be a constant burden when always falling down and a toddler does not have time for such a burden. Not only will Hook And Loop belts be easy, but they are also secure. Pants will stay in place throughout any wrestling match the boys can cook up
Quick Dressing and Removal
Hook And Loop belts are easy to use and grant quick dressing and removal for bathroom breaks. No little boy enjoys wet pants. Without the hassle of fumbling with a buckle while holding a full bladder, a young boy may run to the bathroom with no worries of an emergency trip back home. Hook And Loop belts also provide quick dressing for the mornings when Mom is running late.
As young boys continue to grow, their desire to accomplish things on their own grows with them. Establishing everyday routines that include dressing, feeding and bathing themselves becomes very important. Having a Hook And Loop toddler belt is an excellent avenue for boosting a young boys confidence
. Once a child can do those things on their own they feel proud and it will lead on to larger actions towards confident thinking. Always remember to praise a confident action and tell them “Good job” when they have fastened a belt on their own, which is no easy task. Dr. James Dobson provides interesting tips in his book Building Confidence in Your Child
There are a lot of clothing areas where Hook And Loop can accomplish independence, safer play times and quicker routines. Where better to start than the waist?
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