Those are some tips I found that came in useful when I was searching for a replacement for our baby carrier backpack. Make sure your baby is ready and you’ll be ready to enjoy a lot of outings with your baby on board.
I admit it, I was one of those people that just thought a baby carrier backpack was just for hiking. And I was not a huge fan of hiking. Then I got gifted a backpack baby carrier when my son was around 10 months old, and it changed my opinion completely. No, I don’t like to hike, but I do enjoy going to the zoo, long walks with our dog or strolling through an art museum. My baby was safe, secure, and there was no stroller to contend with. After my first backpack carrier suffered a broken strap from sheer overuse, I started looking for a replacement, and I learned not all backpack carriers are created equally.