The invention is a harness for children that aids in the retention of toys, pacifiers and the like to a child's waist.
Inventor Michelle A. Borgen of Stockton, CA has developed a harness for children that aids in the retention of toys, pacifiers and other objects to a childs waist.
A childs needs are often satisfied when given toys or other similar items. Of course, part of the entertainment that these items provide is that they may be thrown or dropped, whether intentional or accidental. This quickly becomes a problem for the adult and the child. Accordingly there is a need for these items to be restrained from being thrown and dropped by a child. Inventor Borgens Object Holding Harness for Children fulfills this need.
This clever new invention features a harness that holds up to 6 Items and prevents objects from falling to floor. It closes flat for safety and can adjust in size for a growing child. In addition to being machine washable it also keeps the child occupied. The use of the Object Holding Harness for Children allows parents and caregivers the ability to keep toys and other items in close proximity to their children in a manner that reduces loss and tears as well.