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How Not To Hurt Your Back When Using a Baby Carrier

by Elizabethon November 06,2011 in Baby_WearingHealth and WellnessHow-To TipsMommy Care

Even the most state of the art baby carrier that has incredible weight distribution may not be enough to keep your back from aching.  We need to remember that we need to be proactively focusing on keeping the weight we are carrying off of our lower backs. How do we carry our babies without ending […]

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Five Tips for Keeping the Holidays Simply Joyful

by Bunmion November 02,2011 in Family JourneyHolidays

It doesn’t take long after the Halloween decorations go into the compost heap for stores to start rolling out their holiday campaigns. All of a sudden, Christmas music can be heard everywhere. Thanksgiving plans start being set in stone. I for one, love the winter holidays. There’s a spirit of love in the air and […]

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Recess from Seatwork, Natural Learning in Mathematics

by Heatheron October 30,2011 in Child DevelopmentFamily JourneyGrowthLearning

One of the things that fuels my passion for unschooling and my desire to spread the word about this option (what to some is an unheard-of idea), are the memories seared into my brain of children I love struggling with numbers on paper. It can be downright painful sometimes. No one likes to see a […]

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How To Teach Your Child a Second Language You Don’t Know

by Bunmion October 27,2011 in Child DevelopmentFamily JourneyLearningTravel

When I first moved to Montréal two years ago I had experience with French; I studied it in college, my dad speaks it as do many of my friends. But being thrown into a society where the first language is not your own is a whole different story. Something as simple as getting a driver’s license […]

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Co-sleeping: Sleeping Like a Baby with Your Baby

by Jillon October 25,2011 in BreastfeedingChild DevelopmentFamily JourneyNatural Parenting Style

    I’m laying here in bed with a six-year-old snoring in my ear on one side, a six-month-old nursing on the other side and the other six-year-old next to the baby. My husband is sleeping on the next bed down and the nine-year-old is watching a show at the end of the bed while […]

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Mom’s Who Inspire: Holli Zollinger

by Abbyon October 23,2011 in Mommy BloggersMommy Success StoriesMoms Who Inspire

Here at Boba we often get questions about where our beautiful designs come from, and with the new Boba 3G print collection there is one name that seems to be coming up every few minutes. Holli Zollinger is not only the amazing designer of both the Lila and Soho prints as part of the new […]

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Boba Behind the Scenes…Riding Go Carts!

by Abbyon October 20,2011 in Behind the ScenesBoba NewsJust For Fun

Every now and then its so important to take a break from the chaos of the day and ENJOY spending time with those around you. Here at Boba we do just that – we devote our days to running an amazing company and occasionally have some fun together, unwind and enjoy… GO CARTS! Nothing de-stresses […]

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Slow Bone Loss During Breastfeeding: Strap on a Baby Carrier!

by Elizabethon October 18,2011 in Baby_WearingHealth and WellnessMommy Care

Calcium is typically transferred from your bones to your breast milk when you nurse.  The good news is that most women do return to normal calcium levels after weaning their babes. Want to make it more likely that you’ll be one of those women? Research shows that “strength training” and weight bearing exercise may give […]

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Lipdub de Portabebes Kangura

by Abbyon October 17,2011 in Behind the ScenesBoba NewsEvents

Last month, Kangura, the Boba distributor in Spain, brought their community together to celebrate babywearing in a very exciting and special way. A “lipdub” is a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video and is typically made by filming individuals (or a group of people) lip synching […]

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Breastmilk: No Assembly Required

by Jillon October 16,2011 in BreastfeedingHealth and WellnessNatural Parenting Style

    Nursing can take a little while to get the hang of as a new mom but I can not stress enough how much it pays off. Nursing my first child was hard at first because of how he was latching. It was painful for the first week but we figured it out and […]

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