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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.
Why Choose an Organic Cotton Baby Carrier?
Conventionally grown “cotton fabric does not contain pesticide residues”, says the queen of green Debra Lynn Hadd. Pesticides and other chemicals wash out of your towels, your jeans and cloth diapers. And yes, the dye on your t-shirt is “color fast” – it is chemically stable. Contact with conventionally grown cotton fabric is not toxic […]
Top 10 Activities Benefited By Babywearing
It seems like every parent I know, myself included, is trying to get more out of their days, to stretch time to get it all in. Well, here at Boba, we have the secret that everyone has been looking for, and we are very glad to share. The secret is babywearing. Babywearing (using a baby […]
Ted Talk: What Adults Can Learn From Kids
We often say we want to learn from children, but do we really? Lately I’ve been watching my own two kids through the eyes of a student and have been soaking up their creativity, unassuming ways, and intolerance for pretenses. When we let go of the idea that we are “above” children and that our […]
The “I Love Babywearing” Twitter Party This Week!
Come one, come all to the Boba “I Love Babywearing” Twitter Party this Thursday, January 19th at 9PMEST. We’ll be tweeting about all of the reasons we love wearing our little and not-so-little ones in baby carriers and baby wraps of all kinds. Has babywearing made a big difference in your life? Be sure to […]
The Baby Carrier and Public Transport: A Match Made in City Heaven
A few weeks ago I was traveling across Montreal with my kids by underground Metro and saw a mom doing her best to navigate the elevator-less system with a massive stroller. It took three adults to help her make it up to the platform. I can only imagine how her trip home would be! At […]
A Whopping 41 Reasons to Go Diaper Free with Elimination Communication, No Potty Training Required
No, the babies just don’t pee all over the floor and on your couch. No, it’s not just for the mama with dreadlocks, or for obsessive compulsive personality types. It’s as natural as listening and responding to your baby’s need to be held, fed, or consoled. Although it takes a genius to see out […]
A Response to The Dangers of “Crying it Out” by Darcia Navaraez
“Crying it out.” Just reading the words makes me shudder. The belief that babies can be spoiled by being given too much attention and care is just plain wrong. Babies do not need to be left to their own devices in order to learn how to sleep. There is a lot of information about why […]
We’re In the Buzz Guide, We’re In the Buzz Guide (Sing With Us!)
We’re just tickled by all the love coming our way for the Boba Carrier 3G! This latest edition of our soft-structured baby carrier is included in the just-released 2012 Stroller Traffic Buzz Guide as a hottest product launch of the year in the gear category (woohoo!) . Big thanks to StrollerTraffic.com Gear Guy Jamie Grayson (aka @TheBabyGuyNYC) […]
Five Very Pinteresting Crafts for Kids
If you love crafts and haven’t discovered Pinterst yet, please visit it today. The website is the perfect hub for families looking for their next exciting DIY or project. My girls love making messes in the kitchen with homemade playdough, paint, water & bubbles…whatever they can get their hands on. Giving them the tools to […]
Significantly Reduce Breast Cancer Risk By Breastfeeding More Than Two Years
In China, nursing a toddler is socially acceptable. It is even perceived as desirable for a woman to nurse her baby for a long time. A study published in the Journal of Epidemiology on lactating Chinese women shows a significant 50% reduction in risk of developing breast cancer when a woman nurses for two […]