When you run your hands over this backpack leash the first thing you will notice is it’s quality build. The stitching is tight and the zipper runs smooth. The durable materials will means the backpack will last long after your child has outgrown the need to be leashed.
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The focus of this backpack leash is on comfort. The adjustable straps are padded and so is the back panel of the bag. Even if something pointy was placed inside the bags compartment, your toddler probably wouldn’t feel it poke into his back.
Hi! I agree that teaching your children to listen is key, but as so many others have stated my thoughts have changed. I have 2 under 2, soon to be 3 under 3 and my oldest is a runner. I cant get one kid in the car without the oldest going for a run. Plus I just saw something online, even the most well behaved toddler can be grabbed when you are in a crowd. I am getting a backpack leash for my kid for when Im alone with the herd or when we are in crowded public places…. thanks for the post