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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.
Simplicity and Connection Through Family Gift Making
Holidays with children are so magical but can also be hard if we don’t remember to stay calm and present. With family, traveling, cooking, decorating, spending money and pressure to create good memories for your kids, it’s no wonder parents everywhere stress at the thought of the winter season approaching. One way to slow down […]
Happy Holidays! Win a Boba!
Happy Holidays from Boba! We’re celebrating the season with a special Boba Giveaway. One lucky winner will be given their choice of any one of our Boba babywearing products. If you win, you can choose a Boba baby wrap, the new 3G Boba baby carrier or Boba Pack in any color/print. This giveaway is focused […]
Breastfeeding Brings Out the “Mama Bear” In Moms
The Daily Mail reported recently that scientists have discovered that breastfeeding mothers protect their young in a way that mirrors how grizzly bear mothers protect their cubs. Apparently, moms who nurse their babies are more fearless and maternally aggressive when it comes to looking after their young. “In what is thought to be the first […]
Finding the Perfect Babywearing Coat or Baby Carrier Cover
It has gotten downright chilly in some of our wintery northern hemisphere and if you’re a new babywearing mama, choosing this season’s outerwear may be presenting some special challenges. Of course, if you are a seasoned winter-wonderland babywearer, you’ve probably got a few tips and tricks for staying cozy and bundled together, but maybe some […]
Must-Read: Radical Homemakers
Before the industrial revolution, families were units of production rather than consumption. They lived, worked and played together. Children were “educated” by working alongside their parents or in their communities, learning specific trades that would help them integrate into their local communities while supporting their future families. A few months ago I stumbled on a […]
Find Babywearing Groups, Find Local Momradery
New to babywearing and want a little in-person one-on-one help getting started? Have a hankering to connect with a community of like-minded babywearing moms? Not sure where to look? You’ve come to the right place! There is a wealth of resources out there for you from babywearing classes and groups, to babywearing rental and demo […]
Do-It-Yourself: Common Household Cleaning Products
photo from Curbly.com When people started to get more savvy to the harmful chemicals in their everyday cleaning items, the natural solution was to search out brands that were eco-friendly. Now greenies are taking it to another level by creating their own surface cleaners, laundry detergents, and dishwasher detergents! I like to get my kids […]
The Importance of Child Play Time
The word “play” sounds like all fun and games, and of course it is in part, but scientific research also shows how important play and free time really is for all people. Children in particular with their growing bodies and minds benefit greatly from being allowed unstructured time to sort through the ins […]
DFW Cloth Diaper Project
I belong to a local cloth diaper group called the DFW Cloth Diaper Group. It is Facebook-based and in addition to our very active Facebook page, we also have meetings twice a month. It was founded by Brenda Barnhart a little over a year ago and we have grown to over 875 members in that […]
Best of the Web: Mom Tries to “Get it (Labor) Started” With Funky Dance
Both of my children were “overdue” – my first by 10 days, while my second waited 9 extra days to greet me face to face. I no longer believe in due dates and think that babies come when they’re ready. I’m not a big fan of the scare tactics that are used to pressure women […]