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95th percentile is not so tall!

Disclosure: This could be a sponsored post or contain affiliate links (which means I earn a percentage of the sale), but all opinions are strictly my own.

 

This is Banjo:

Banjo is 39 inches tall.  That puts him in the 95th percentile for height at the age of 3.  Pretty tall, eh?  One would think so.   But when it comes to turning on a light switch…

Well…

This is our light switch:

It’s 54 inches off the ground.

Not at all accessible for even a kiddo in the 95th percentile!

Enter the Kidswitch:

This is a nifty invention that gives children that added edge to independently be able to turn the lights off and on.  With the KidSwitch a child won’t be afraid to enter his or her dark bedroom or the bathroom in the middle of the night.  They can just simply turn on the lights without the need to stand on a dangerous stool!  Kids just push up and pull down on the glow in the dark  moon at the bottom of the KidSwitch.  It’s just that easy and sooo very easy to install.  I’m talking less than 5 minutes!  All you have to do is remove the screws from your switch plate and while holding the plate in place you just hang the bracket over your existing switch.  Then you use the specialty screws (that come with each KidSwitch ) to secure the plate back to the wall:

Yep that simple!

And viola!  Banjo has a light switch that he can operate all on his own!

And that makes Banjo happy. 

(Oh and ‘Night-Night Bear’ is happy, too!) 🙂

You can BUY YOUR OWN KidSwitch HERE. 

 

You can learn more about the greatness of the KidSwitch in this video, so be sure and check it out:

DISCLAIMER: My personal story and all text links has been sponsored by www.kidswitchshop.com/.

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Comments

  1. I rebroadcasted this for you! My first time! http://blog.bebe-chat.com/2011/05/kid-switch.html

  2. Hey Tara! Congrats on your wins 🙂 watched the live stream! Could you please email me. I am having some difficulty with submitting my links for rebroadcast and have attempted to contact BB with no luck of any response?? Wonder if you might be able to assist me ??

    Thanks
    lrn.mcghee@gmail.com

    Sincerely,
    Loren McGhee

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