Detroit, MI (PRWEB) August 26, 2004
Child carriers, essentially backpacks or front packs for carrying children around in, are quickly becoming the standard for parents interested in increasing their mobility while bringing their child along. Whether youÂre in the city, the woods or even the pool, thereÂs a child carrier thatÂs tailored to your needs.
What you look for in a baby carrier will vary depending on your activities. Hikers will generally appreciate a carrier that besides carrying a child also has a lot of room for storage. A kickstand is always a must; getting your child down to the ground is one thing, but keeping them upright is another. A good hiking baby carrier will often have a kickstand that automatically deploys. Because of all the moving around on the trail, itÂs important to have your child secured tightly. This is where a five-point harness becomes a necessity. Making sure that your child carrier can be fitted with accessories is a good idea. There are many useful accessories out there, such as rain hoods, sun covers and bug nets. And of course, you donÂt want your child getting pinched or poked on any metal parts, so a well-engineered child carrier is a must. The Kelty Pinnacle (http://www.childcarriers.com/kelty-pinnacle.shtml) is often regarded as the best hiking child carrier on the market. ItÂs the Rolls Royce of outdoor back-country baby carriers. A less hardcore, but still top-notch child carrier would be the Deuter Kid Comfort II (http://www.childcarriers.com/deuter-kid-comfort-2.shtml).
For everyday city use, many people factor in more simple features of function as well as style. The Baby Bjorn Original Carrier (http://www.childcarriers.com/baby-bjorn-original-carrier.shtml) is a great front carrier that carries your child in front of you, either facing toward or away from you. It is a soft carrier with no frame, optimized for maximum comfort for both parent and child. The Original Carrier has back support, giving you the comfort you need to keep moving. It also comes in ten different styles so you can get the one thatÂs right for you. The Deuter KangaKid (http://www.childcarriers.com/deuter-kangaroo.shtml) is yet another high-quality baby carrier. Unlike the Original Carrier, the Kangakid carries your child on your back. The Deuter KangaKid also has vastly improved storage over the Original Carrier. Ultimately, the decision between the two depends on the style and function youÂre looking for.
And after you get done taking your little one hiking through the Adirondacks and strolling through the mall, you can even take him or her swimming. Finally, thereÂs a safe way to introduce your baby to the water. The WaterToT (http://www.childcarriers.com/watertot.shtml) is an all-new baby carrier design. Made from a buoyant neoprene fabric, the WaterToT is a safe and comfortable baby carrier. With the WaterToT you can take your child anywhere from the lake to the shower. Your child can be positioned either in front of you or on the hip.
If youÂre interested in learning more about child carriers or purchasing one, we recommend ChildCarriers.com (http://www.ChildCarriers.com). They specialize entirely in child and baby carriers, and their site is full of useful information, comparisons, photos and customer reviews. ChildCarriers.com has a knowledgeable and helpful customer service team to help you decide which baby carrier is right for you.
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