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This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Duracell.  All opinions are 100% my own.

Did you ever open a battery-operated toy on Christmas Day when you were a kid, only for your parents to forget to buy batteries to go with it?  Suuuuper frustrating, right?!  All you want to do in the world is play with your toy, only you can’t because there are no batteries anywhere in sight, and no stores are open to buy any.  It’s enough to crush any kid’s holiday spirit.     

Kayleigh was only 7 months old last Christmas, so we really didn’t get her too many battery operated toys, but this year, she will be 19 months old, and we have big gift plans, which include several battery operated, educational toys.  So, I am preparing ahead of time, by stocking up on Duracell batteries with a 16 pack of AA’s, and by also including a 4 pack right in her Christmas stocking.   There’s absolutely no way we’re going to forget the Duracell batteries this year!

Duracell Batteries

We are always using batteries in our home, from the TV remote control to flashlights and more, so it’s nice to have a stash of batteries on hand for when we need them.  Batteries are just one of those things that are better to have on hand, than have to run out to the store to get in an emergency situation.  With storm season rapidly approaching, I feel much better knowing that we are well stocked. 

Duracell Batteries

Duracell batteries are great because they are dependable, and long lasting.  They are the ideal choice for toys, radios and other electronics that will get a lot of use.  They  also have a 10-year guarantee in storage with Duralock Power Preserve Technology, so they are perfect for your emergency preparation stash.

Did you know that Duracell is the #1 trusted battery brand of first responders, pharmacists and parents? That’s how you know it’s a brand you can trust!

Follow Duracell on Facebook and Twitter, and don’t forget to stock up on Duracell batteries this holiday season!

Have you ever forgotten to buy the batteries to go with your kids’ toys?

 

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