The Best Backpack For Baby
The Best Baby Backpack Safe To Use.Once your kids can walk with a toy in hand without taking too many tumbles. Usually between ages one and two ,she can start carrying a small baby backpack.
Of course, you’ll probably want to buy a small baby backpack with your child’s favorite cartoon character smiling on the front. But beyond this basic, the best backpacks for toddlers have the following features:
- Two wide, padded shoulder straps. Backpacks with just one strap don’t distribute weight evenly across a child’s back, and cushioned straps are less likely to dig into your child’s skin.
- A small, lightweight design. Backpacks for toddlers shouldn’t be too big .
- (1) toddlers aren’t that big
- (2) they can’t carry much weight. So what’s the right size? The top of the pack shouldn’t go above your tyke’s shoulders, and the bottom shouldn’t fall below her waist. And no need for a frame at this point, which will add to her load. Beyond that, let your common sense and her personal preference be your guide.
NOHOO TELL YOU HOW TO USE BABY BACKPACK SAFELY ?
To keep your little one from taking a tumble, remember these tips:
- Don’t overload. Even a lightweight pack can cause a toddler to tip over, especially if she’s walking up stairs or on an uneven surface.
- A good guideline: A baby backpack should never weigh more than 10 percent of her total body weight.
- For a 30-pound tot, that means no more than three pounds of luggage (including the bag), so toss in a sweatshirt and favorite stuffed animal, but have her carry her lunchbox separately.
- Tighten the straps so the backpack hangs close to her body rather than low and away.
- This helps distribute the weight more evenly. And make sure there are no dangling straps that can trip your toddler up (or get caught in a car door or escalator). Cut the straps if they’re too long.
- Get her in the habit of using both shoulder straps. Carrying a pack over just one shoulder , like the big kids in the neighborhood likely do ,can strain back, shoulder, and neck muscles. Although your toddler shouldn’t be carrying a heavy enough load to strain anything, getting her used to carrying a bag this way now will prevent injuries later.