Werd. Stuff that lands in the “cool for dads” category usually makes you cringe but the Piggyback Rider standing child carrier is pretty cool. It’s an effortless way to carry a kid over 2-and-a-half or up to 60-pounds. A comfortable… Continue reading
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Sometimes that calculus class you almost flunked in college doesn’t look so bad compared to achieving a harmonious home/work balance… Continue reading
The Gadget Flow highlights the Piggyback Rider Standing Child Carrier from Piggyback Rider is a safe and convenient way to let your kids piggyback while you’re out walking or in transit. The thing about tiny tots is that the minute you’re out… Continue reading
NS: New Startups.com features the Piggyback Rider for back surfing.
Dad’s there is a cool new way to take your young one’s with you wherever you go. And it’s not silly looking like that front pouch you’ll possibly be using… Continue reading
So, they say that necessity is the mother of all invention; but in these cases- it’s actually the father. In the past, Dad would return home from his 9-5 job, put his slippered feet up and read the paper while… Continue reading
If you’re meeting up with the kids along the way, or heading out for a day hike with the whole family, don’t forget how wimpy children can be. Wimpy in the most adorable way, of course. Nothing brings a beautiful… Continue reading
Kidsumers Canada reviews the Piggyback Rider, says “perfect for growing kids” Most parents have been where we are with our youngest child. He’s five years old and getting a little big to ride in a stroller, but he still gets… Continue reading
Every traveler needs cool stuff. Everyone else needs December gift ideas. Behold, CNN Travel 10-step solution to both problems.
The season of joyful tidings is more often a season of panic… Continue reading
At the end of the year, we often spend some time reflecting. It is always important to know (1) where you come from and (2) how far you have come. As Piggyback Rider, we went in search of where we… Continue reading