Parents are obsessed with £1.35 ‘baby backpacks’ that protect little ones’ heads as they crawl – and they’ve got exclusively five star reviews on Amazon


OVER protective parents are praising these baby backpacks that help to protect their little ones heads while they’re crawling.

The plush shapes are fitted to the back of the infant using elastic underarm straps that can be adjusted to fit perfectly.

Parents can’t get enough of these “baby backpacks” that promise to protect a baby’s head while they’re crawling
  • LAAT Baby Head Protection Pad, £1.35 – buy here 

A soft circular disk sits on the back of the baby’s head meaning that if they fall backward or have a bump their precious skull is protected, putting anxious mums and dads at ease.

The £1.35 product comes in several designs including a bee, a ladybird, and angel wings and parents seem convinced by the bizarre contraption with the product receiving exclusively five star reviews on Amazon.

One wrote: “Very cute, very nice fit, and protects baby back of the head and back while sitting…been using for a 6 month old. Adjust straps accordingly.

“Looks cute too made a few family members laugh!”

The “backpack” comes in several different designs including a ladybird
  • LAAT Baby Head Protection Pad, £1.35 – buy here 
You can also buy it in an angel wing design
  • LAAT Baby Head Protection Pad, £1.35 – buy here 

Another said: “Excellent . Stays put when my grandson is moving around. And protects his head.”

A third wrote: “Really like it and so does my little one. Saved him few times from bumping his head.”

Equally impressed another said: “Very nice style, and of course very useful. The playtime is much fun now, and much safer. My babies also like it, when they are not wearing it, it’s also good as a soft toy.”

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