How To Hang Your Baby on a Stall

Babykeeper I don't have children, but if I did I would so get a Baby Keeper. Gearlog found the solution to the dilema mother's face everyday when they're out shopping with the kids. There's no way of avoiding the need to use a public restroom, but how do you keep your tiny tot from wondering around, while you're taking care of business? I've seen tiny kids on their hands and knees peeking into the next stall, while their Mommies are, um, busy. "The Babykeeper is a patent pending infant carrier style seat, that hangs from the stall wall in most public restrooms, and can also be used in many public fitting rooms." I thinks this may be better than letting your kid crawl around in public restroom, but at the same time, it looks pretty cruel. Mom's, what do you think? Check out Gearlog's other high-tech ideas for Moms.


  1. rumblestrut 21 November, 2006 at 07:24

    I don’t think this is that great of an idea.

    Haven’t there been a lot of thefts by people leaving their items on the hook and thieves reaching over the door and taking off?

    Although getting a child over the stall of the door might be difficult in a scenario like this, it would probably be extremely harmful, not to mention emotionally terrifying.

  2. Kat2 18 November, 2006 at 17:16

    Yeah, that’s safe. What happens when someone thinks that’s a purse strap hanging over the door and tries to steal it? Your kid gets dropped.

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