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Kid Bandages

Baby Wellness: Edgy Bandages

It's painful to watch your babe bump and bruise their precious skin, but it's usually tougher hearing the whaling and crying that goes along with it. Help bring a smile back to your babe's face and dry up those tears with some funked out bandages ($5).
If your lil ones are wranglers, cover them in western band-aids. If they're into swashbuckling, stick some skulls and bones on their wounds. And for the black belts in the family, the ninja bandages are sure to be a hit.

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Shanabbey1215 Shanabbey1215 8 years
My brother just bought these for my 2 year old for Christmas, She got Tattoo's and Bacon. She absolutely loves them. They are not terribly sticky so they come off easy. the only problem is that there are not too many in a box, so you need to ration them.
eightieslingo eightieslingo 8 years
I have some band-aids that look like tattoos. One even says "mom" on it.
Carri Carri 8 years
I love them!! Can I use them on my whiney husband, too? ;)
abqmama abqmama 8 years
My son got the pirate ones in his stocking and he is always trying to claim microscopic cuts so he can put them on.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
:D I loved cool band-aids when I was little
kimmie33 kimmie33 8 years
how cool! can adults wear them, to?! ha ha ha
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