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GIVEAWAY: Dapper Snapper Belts for Kids! (US) -CLOSED-

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Winner

I got to try out a Dapper Snapper Kids Belt and now my son has 3 pairs of pants that he is now able to wear!  Poor kid was out once and if he took too many steps his pants would be around his ankles.  It'd be helpful if he had hips, but he doesn't need them with a Dapper Snapper!  It's easy to snap on any pair of pants with loops and then they stay securely on no matter how many steps he takes. :):)
There are also add-on clips available if you want to use them on pants or skits with no loops.


Dapper Snappers come in lots of different colors and even some belts have patterns.  The Toddler Belts cost $10.95.  Find a store near you to get yours!  They are made in the USA and perfect for kids who are in between sizes or wearing hand-me-downs!  When you need to change a diaper you don't even need to take it off.  Which makes it very convenient.  The kids belt is one size fits all and was invented by a Mom.  No surprise there.  :)

Dapper Snapper is giving away a $25 Gift Certificate! US only

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Giveaway will end Tuesday September 6th at midnight MST.  Winners will be chosen by Random.org. I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  Email addresses will be deleted after giveaway.  Your privacy is important. US residents only.
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