Thursday, July 11, 2013

Jeep Playful Backpack Harness Removable - My son loves it!


Best Ever Backpacks: Jeep Playful Backpack Harness Removable

Jeep Playful Backpack Harness Removable
If you have an independent little wanderer, like I do, this safety harness backpack is a lifesaver. It keeps her from darting into streets or wandering off when my attention is divided between my two children or when travelling through airports, etc. and visiting children's gardens, museums, hiking, shopping, anywhere. I thought she might not like being tethered, but after practicing with it at home and around town for a couple of days, she loves it and wore it without fuss all throughout during our recent trip. Just be careful to not let the harness get wound around the body or neck! As with any other harness system, this requires constant attention and is NOT a license to let your attention wander off your children! The little backpack is a nice feature as well, to carry extra snacks, toys, clothes or diapers around and have right at hand.
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Title Post: Jeep Playful Backpack Harness Removable - My son loves it!
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  1. Billy Franco11/11/2011 4:32 AM

    I bought this for my nephew, He loves it so much he won't take it off! Good quality for the price, you won't regret this purchase.

  2. Donald Valentine11/27/2011 12:32 PM

    My daughter loves to walk. She hates riding in carts and strollers! This is perfect for us because it gives her the freedom to walk, yet I still have her close! The backpack is constructed VERY well and is roomy enough to actually put stuff in it. She loves the dog on her backpack too! I was looking at many of these and I am incredibly pleased that I chose this one! Thanks Amazon for another GREAT product!

  3. Ken Mcfarland12/20/2011 6:32 AM

    Well made and very cute. This is a 'must have' if you go shopping, to theme parks or walks along the beach. Every child would love this too.

  4. We took back back on airplane and to Disneyland. It was perfect size for treats, diaper, wipes. We bought one for our 18 month old and one for our 2.5 year old perfect for both ages. Leash was great in the airport. Backpack was very soft the 18 month old used it as a pillow.

  5. Elmer Snyder12/13/2012 3:32 PM

    This cute backpack is a lifesaver. It is the new diaper bag for the toddler and the tail of the dog is a leash to keep him out of the street. Only complaint is that since he is so heavy, we got a little tear at the top after the first day, but it was easily repaired with needle and thread. He doesn't complain about being held back with this thing, either. Since he won't hold your hand, this was a must have and I will get more.

  6. Gayle Butler11/13/2013 8:32 AM

    I got this little backpack for my granddaughter to take on a plane trip. It was great for holding fun stuff to do and it help my daughter from being nervous about losing her daughter in the crowds.

  7. I bought one of these for my first toddler and really wanted another one for my second. I wish they made a different animal so that they could tell them apart. I like that it is an actual backpack and has a zipper that can hold snacks and drinks etc.

  8. Richard Farmer12/24/2013 4:32 AM

    Used: During Travel. and for my son's Preschool. Able to carry a toy and few dress/ diapers in it. My wife liked it very much.

  9. Leticia Branch12/26/2013 2:32 AM

    I bought this harness because I wanted to give my son a sense of independence while on walks, with a greater feeling of security for me. The extra benefits of the harness are: 1)I'm now pregnant with twins and can't keep up with my toddler son, so the harness allows me to teach my son to walk while holding my hand, but if he runs away from me, he'll still be safe; 2) the backpack is so cute that other people don't seem offended that the child is on a harness (not that I care who gets offended, but I'd prefer not to get the "bad mommy" stare from others :o)
    My son even enjoys putting the backpack on and does not seem to care that he can not go but so far when he tries to run from me.