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escape proof reins for 3yo

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sarahjam Sun 03-Apr-16 18:47:26

tryin again, I posted similar question last week but had little response...
have a 3yo who accepts and fetches his reins every time we go out but has recently learned to escape and take them off. friend has suggested the old leather ones were the straps cross at the back? any suggestions what ones to get?

paxillin Sun 03-Apr-16 18:49:54

Trunki reins might be good. Or, as your friend suggests, old style leather ones. Or clip the reign to his belt on his trousers.

Kittykatmacbill Sun 03-Apr-16 18:50:23

My 2.11 find a little life rucksack impossible to escape from.

(Not sure who is being un reasonable!)

Fairylea Sun 03-Apr-16 18:50:42

Kids ski harness from Amazon. More secure and more adjustable!

NestMaker Sun 03-Apr-16 18:51:04

Trunki ones are great

skinoncustard Sun 03-Apr-16 18:51:59

Tighten them , they are much too loose and far too low down .

sarahjam Sun 03-Apr-16 19:02:42

thanks, they always start higher. its just when I leave them on him in the park he just pulls the shoulder straps over and takes them off, just want him to learn that mummy decides when theyre off

WorraLiberty Sun 03-Apr-16 19:04:56

I can't help, as mine soon learnt that Mummy decides they had to hold my hand grin

Are the rucksack things no good?

BettyBusStop Sun 03-Apr-16 19:10:30 these ones are pretty escape proof.

KP86 Sun 03-Apr-16 19:33:41

I have this one for my DS(2),default,pd.html

But this one might be better for you - the top is less adjustable.,default,pd.html

sarahjam Sun 03-Apr-16 19:49:25

thanks girls, I like the look of the explora betty. I'm going to look around the local car boot rather than buying another new set for possibly just a few weeks, ill maybe find one of the old leather types my friend was on about - being more babyish they will maybe frighten him into not running off as much

BettyBusStop Sun 03-Apr-16 20:59:00

There are quite a few on eBay for 99p plus postage.

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