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The Mommy Hook

The Mommy Hook clips onto the handle of almost any stroller or shopping cart.  It creates a place to hang all the gear that travels with on-the-go families with young children.

In 2006, David Abels and his wife were parents of three young children, had too many bags to tote and a growing pile of broken plastic stroller hangers.  The answer Abels devised for his family—The Mommy Hook—has since become the world’s bestselling stroller accessory. Retailers praise the product’s simplicity and reliability.  Parents everywhere call The Mommy Hook “a real lifesaver.”

Built to last, lightweight and versatile, The Mommy Hook is specifically designed for the rugged sport of parenting.  Unlike cheap plastic hangers that often break, The Mommy Hook is crafted from durable aluminum and is cushioned with a rubber sleeve to keep it from sliding.  Diaper bags, shopping bags, camera bags, purses, groceries, sports gear and more can be hooked onto a shopping cart or stroller handle, making them easy to carry and easy to reach.

The Mommy Hook transitions effortlessly from stroller to shopping cart to luggage cart—a simple, practical way to keep everything organized and secure.   Perfect for new moms as well as parents with toddlers, The Mommy Hook is a favorite gift for baby showers and holidays.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. This product does look strong…almost like the ones rock climbers use. What a great idea! I’d also use this for luggage to hand from a rolling suitcase. Walking or RUNNING through airports would be easier without totebags or shopping bags hanging from your shoulders. uggh. hate that!

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