BobaFamily.com isn't just a resource providing high quality of baby wrap and baby carrier product s but rather a true family in and of itself.
Our staff is comprised of nurturing and enthusiastic parents like you that are deidcated to offering our customers everyday solutions to their child-rasing concerns. Instead of simply providing baby wearing solutions, Boba Family also wants to improve every facet of life for you and your kids with helpful advice.
Post-Birth Body Image: Celebrating Self Acceptance, Daring for Self-Love
Every woman comes to pregnancy with a body that is uniquely her own, and with a mind and personal history all her own. Some women come into pregnancy with a body that they love being in. Some begin with something a little less than love; maybe with a strong like for your legs, or another […]
Hey Girl, Babywearing Ryan Gosling
We’ve all heard of the popular meme “Hey Girl” featuring Ryan Gosling spouting a variety of sensitive phrases. Last night we created our own Breastfeeding Activist Ryan Gosling which got us thinking… why not a Babywearing, Baby Carrier-loving Ryan Gosling? I personally think this Hollywood heart throb will be ALL about babywearing once he has […]
How Simplicity and Frugality Helps Our Kids
A recent article at Mothering.com by Laura Grace Weldon talks us through a very compelling five reasons why forgoing expensive life and child-raising bells and whistles is good for our families, namely their littlest members. Her article Five Ways Frugal Living Benefits Kids asserts among other things that living “with less” simply makes us and […]
Zen and the Art of Staying Out of Online Mommy Wars
As a new mom-to-be, I’m fortunate to still live in a little bit of a bubble, sheltered from most of the so-called “mommy wars” just yet. I’m also an expat living most my year abroad, so I’m sort of bubbled to the 2nd power. Though I spend a good bit of time online for work […]
Three “Nomadic” Family Blogs You’ll Love
On a recent episode of the popular television show “Up All Night” about a couple navigating through new parenthood, the topic of traveling with young children was tackled. The mom and dad were at a crossroads: were they going to give up traveling until their baby was up and out of the house, or would […]
Hello, Boba At Your Service
What I love most about working for Boba as a company is their amazing commitment to excellent, generous service. I don’t work in the customer service department, but staying keyed in to all of our fans on social media often reaffirms what I already know about the Boba team and Boba’s company policies: they rock. […]
What is a Blessingway Birth Ritual Celebration?
Not sure what a Blessingway is? Imagine being in your final weeks of pregnancy surrounded by the women you love – fellow moms, sisters, friends (I decided to have my two daughters attend mine). They are gathered to celebrate you and encourage you on your journey to motherhood. As opposed to a shower where the […]
How Babywearing Older Children Makes Life Easier & Sweeter
People usually explore babywearing (using a baby wrap or baby carrier) for the first time when their babies are itty bitty newborns. Being able to keep your new baby close and bond during those first few months of life is priceless. I’m not sure what I would have done without babywearing in the early days. Once […]
What a Baby Carrier, Tapioca Tea & Bounty Hunter Have In Common (and a PRIZE)
Since starting my blogging adventures with Boba (the baby carrier family company, that is) last summer, I’ve been sort of fascinated with the returns on my once-in-a-while internet searches for “Boba”. Many of you will already know, some of you may not, that searches on Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, Pinterest, Google, and the like return a […]
Need a Positive Birthing Boost? Sing Out!
One of my favorite YouTube homebirth videos features a laboring woman singing. You can see on her face when she’s having contractions and it’s beautifully clear that her song is helping her work through the tension. I find this video wonderfully calming. It’s an affirmation in itself. The birth process can be full of faith, […]