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kthiday 01-19-2008 07:20 PM

Sort of OT- where to get small belts???
 
DS is finally PL. Due to our ECing, he's done before lots of others, and as such, I am not able to find small enough belts anywhere for him (w/o dipes his pants fall down!)

Anyone know where I can find some?

*SweetPea83* 01-19-2008 07:33 PM

Re: Sort of OT- where to get small belts???
 
my DS is very slim and he's 3!! We get the braided belts, you can make those as small as you need!! HTH

ethansemi 01-21-2008 04:15 PM

Re: Sort of OT- where to get small belts???
 
Talbot Kids :-)

tsfairy 01-22-2008 09:16 PM

Re: Sort of OT- where to get small belts???
 
Ooh where did you find a small braided belt? DS1 has such a tiny bum that none of his jeans will stay up. I got him a belt from Children's place this weekend, and figured the 6-18mo size would surely be small enough. Wrong! LOL It's way too big, but looks so cute anyway. So now his belt and his pants fall down. But he was so proud of his new belt. :lostit:

*SweetPea83* 01-22-2008 10:45 PM

Re: Sort of OT- where to get small belts???
 
I think we just found ours at Wal-mart in the little boys or toddler section. You may try target, JC Penny or Sears also.

Okmommy06 01-25-2008 10:09 PM

Re: Sort of OT- where to get small belts???
 
I made one. It's not braided or anything. I got some canvas material from the fabric dept. at walmart. The kind that are on spools, I just made sure it wasn't too thick to go through a belt loop and measured enough for his waist and some extra so it wouldn't just stick out where it ended. Then I added some sticky velcro to each side. Works for us. I'm assuming your looking for something softer. Hope that helps.


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