The Benefits of Using a Piggyback Rider
If you are still thinking about purchasing a Piggyback Rider, this is the perfect blog post for you! There are so great things about the Piggyback Rider, the number one being that it’s beneficial to EVERY member in your family. Piggyback Riders are in and strollers are out!
1. Fight the Crowds
Don’t you hate the dreaded stroller trail at theme parks? You have to find a place to park them before each ride and then you must try to maneuver them through tight crowds. You spend more time with the stroller than you do enjoying the fun around you. Enter the Piggyback Rider...it not only eliminates the extra hassle, but say goodbye to BIG strollers and oversized backpacks where the kid is basically glued to your back. The Piggyback Rider is great for the whole family when going to theme parks because it is simple, quick, and efficient.
2. Say Goodbye to Back Pain
We all know that carrying a toddler that is on average 25-40 lbs kills our backs. We love the parents who say that “my kid never asks to be held” because let’s face it, this just isn’t the truth. You will carry your toddler today, it’s just a matter of when (and where) you might be. The Piggyback Rider can help relieve back pain because it’s shaped like a backpack and straps the toddler in while they are standing, evenly distributing the child’s weight on the parent’s back. It keeps them in one place and keeps you comfortable! No more uncomfortable shoulder rides or putting that 25 lb child on your hip.
3. A Whole New World (and View)
When you explore with your child, you want to give them the best views possible. Most of the carriers don’t allow the child to see much of anything, while some are too attached to the parent for the child to even move. The Piggyback Rider is the perfect replacement because it allows your child to see a whole new world and gives them a 360 degree viewpoint. You will never hear the words, “I can’t see” again.
We hope this post helps you decide whether the Piggyback Rider is a perfect match for you and your family! Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions, comments, or concerns!