The baby & toddler carrier that converts to adapt for your needs.
A full front carrier for longer outings or just a hip seat for quick trips.
Received my little hopper a week after I ordered and it didn't disappoint. My daughter is 5 months old and it was starting to kill my back carrying her all the time. This has helped free up a hand as well and my posture and back feel better. Might buy another one for my mother in law for my niece.
My little guy has extremely fat legs and it seemed with our old carrier he’d only cry when I used it. But with the Little Hopper he’s happy as a clam. Never fusses or cries just hangs out for the ride. Highly recommend !
Have only use the hip seat so far, probably 5 times now for short distances/amount of time. As someone with back and hip problems it’s amazing to get that weight off and stand up mostly straight. So far my only compliant is that the waist belt barely fits, as I’m on the bigger side, which makes the adjustment clasp dig in to my side. Maybe if I slim down it will fit more comfortably. Definitely designed for a thinner body type. Otherwise impressed with the lightness and quality of the product and happy with how many pockets it’s got. Please make a larger belt option fit those with a wider midsection!
The Little Hopper is in my top 10 baby purchases! I tried so many different carriers! A Wild Bird, Baby K-Tan, Huggaloop, Tula and Infantino! My son did not like being carried facing in and so I was desperate for a carrier that he could face out in. I thought I found a carrier that suited my needs, until I realized whenever I carried him facing out the carrier cut off circulation to his legs... Enter the Kangaroo Karry: Little Hopper! I can now carry my son facing out without any concern about his legs losing circulation or discomfort - and he loves it!
The add that brought me to the kangaroo Larry said that it’s designed to fit “dads” more comfortably.. this harness is no larger than any other one that i own. This is the 5th brand and not one is big enough for my husband, who happens to be a big guy.. so frustrating
The Velcro around the waist barely fits around my hips.. it’s annoying when products are targeted towards tiny human beings, because unfortunately a postpartum body just isn’t that tiny in most cases.. or at least mine isnt. I like the concept, I just havnt used it yet because We obviously need to loose some weight