Daddle: a Saddle for Horseyback Rides

First there was the Daddy-O Rodeo T-shirt for giving horseyback rides.

Then there was Po-Knee, the plush horse for giving bouncing leg rides.

Now there is Daddle, the saddle which you strap on to become the horse and give daddyback rides. Knee pads are sold separately. You’ll need them.

Daddle marketing photo of a man giving a horseyback ride to a child who is sitting in a saddle strapped to the man's back.Daddle is sold at Mama Bebe & Co., but it’s a little more demeaning to get it from [Update: Aww rats, PetSmart stopped selling it!]

So — Happy Father’s Day!  Spare your back, knees and knuckles. Do what I did. Buy your kid a toddler-sized rocking chair and then sing “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” with your arms pulling weightless invisible oars. It’s an activity you can do at the dinner table, in the car and most anywhere.

[Link via personal bloggers Lowstatic and Life with MadMan's Blog who saw Daddle on a TV show eight days ago. The product proliferated on various blogs until several bigger parent blogs got wind of it.]


5 Responses to “Daddle: a Saddle for Horseyback Rides”

  1. thordora says:

    that creeps me the heck out (I’ll watch my cursing now, don’t want you to get a bad rep or anything….) :P

    June 24th, 2006 at 8:01 am

  2. j sizzle says:

    i love the baby boy jc loves to get pony back rides from his daddy..he actually laughs again..

    January 7th, 2008 at 8:50 pm

  3. TheWizard says:

    We love the Daddle! My partner and I use it when we are role playing Furries. Just don’t forget your safe word like I did once….

    July 16th, 2008 at 12:56 pm

  4. Just Wondering... says:

    Does it come with a whip?

    July 16th, 2008 at 2:03 pm

  5. Stellar says:

    I can imagine this would be great if your dad was actually a HORSE.

    Seriously, how often do you give a horseback ride to your kid? My guess is about 5 times EVER. That makes it tough to justify spending $56!

    July 17th, 2008 at 4:00 pm