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A Hands-Free Shoulder Carrier

Could SaddleBaby Be the Lift Your Kid Needs?

Saddle Baby

At some point, every parent has to give a piggyback ride. While we love how happy they make our kids, we hate how much they hurt our neck and shoulders. Not to mention we worry our little one will fall. To keep kids safe and parents comfortable, Quail Development LLC created the SaddleBaby.

This carrier features a central buckle, Velcro straps, and adjustable buckles to keep a child securely strapped to his parent's shoulders. The original version of SaddleBaby includes a foam saddle to provide extra cushion and support. SaddleBaby also makes it easier to travel with a toddler. Free from strollers or carrying their tot, parents have their hands free to do other things (like carry all those groceries!). Available on Amazon and SaddbleBaby.com, the SaddleBaby Original will retail for $89 and SaddleBaby Lite for $59.

It seems like fun, but will you shell out the money for SaddleBaby? Weigh in on our poll and comments sections below!

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ZoeMarinerWasTizzard ZoeMarinerWasTizzard 3 years
It is a little dear, but to be honest I'd of loved one of these for my children. They was always (infact still are) on my back especially after our long walks. A fantastic idea. Wished they were out a few years ago. I think they will be a great hit. You always see children on there parents back or shoulders so will be popular.
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