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Baby Hiking Carriers, Blog, Child Carrier Backpacks, ClevrPlus Carriers, hike baby carrier, hiking, Testimonials -

Here at ClevrPlus Carriers, experiences with our customers and our carriers are something we always want to share. In a series of blogs, we are going to be posting testimonials and thoughts shared with us by our faithful adventurers:       Christine Mitchell (@Mama_bear_runs_indy)   “It really saves my back and shoulders from pain, and I can go much further with her now as opposed to a front carrier.”   Christine Mitchell (@Mama_bear_runs_indy) is a mother of a two-year-old girl. Her friend got her into hiking which makes her become an avid hiker.  Most weekends, Christine's husband is away...

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Here at ClevrPlus Carriers, experiences with our customers and our carriers are something we always want to share. In a series of blogs, we are going to be posting testimonials and thoughts shared to us from our faithful adventurers:   Gabrielle Anne (@shaker_outdoors)   “The carrier has been on countless hunting and fishing adventures and has held up very good!”    As a hunter, fisher, and outdoor enthusiast, Gabrielle Anne (@shaker_outdoors) started taking her little son hunting and in the woods at a really young age in Pennsylvania.    “My husband and I love all things outdoors. When we started...

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  PLANNING A HIKING TRIP WITH YOUR KIDS We all know it’s a challenge to hike with kids, but you don’t have to put your hiking hobby “on hold” when you become a parent. As we mentioned in the previous article, both you and your little one should go outdoors to get exercise, breathe fresh air, and enjoy the natural world. We wanted to provide you with a few tips on how to make hiking with your kids easier.   CREATER A FLEXIBLE & FRIENDLY PLAN Remember you are going to hike with your little one, so select hikes that...

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Gets mothers out of the house It can be incredibly isolating to become a new parent. Mothers may no longer be able to participate in the activities they once enjoyed before they became mothers due to time constraints, they may now be stay-at-home moms with no social interaction with other moms, or if they have returned to the workforce, they must rush home to pick up their children from daycare.  By spending time outdoors with friends and family, women can rebuild their social network and increase their confidence. Learn about nature with your little one Nature is a great teacher. Getting...

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