What does the term “Kangaroo Care” mean?
This is the term coined when a mother holds or wraps her premature baby skin to skin on her chest. Instead of constant care in an incubator more and more doctors are encouraging mothers to wear their tiny infants (such as in the Boba Baby Wrap Upright Newborn/Infant Hold). These babies thrive with access to […]
My husband and I are both tall. Will the baby wrap fit us?
The Boba Baby Wrap is 5.5 yards long. It allows adults of all sizes to use it. If it seems that you have a little less fabric, it is safe and appropriate to tie the knot behind your back. If you have enough fabric, you may bring it around the front and tie it on […]
How do I wear the Boba Baby Wrap in the winter?
If your coat is big enough you can wear your baby under your coat. You will keep each other warm. Usually all that is necessary are some booties and a hat for your baby. A scarf for your self is a nice addition, especially if you will be nursing outside. For more information on breastfeeding […]
I need a baby carrier that I can nurse in and that is not too complicated to adjust. Do I have to retie the wrap to position my baby at the breast?
You do not need to retie the Boba Baby Wrap in order to nurse in it. Many carriers claim that it is “possible” to discretely nurse. Pulling it off with grace is sometimes another thing. This is where the Boba Baby Wrap is different, thanks to the fabric. The fabric of the Boba Baby Wrap […]
My baby seems to be sinking down when I am walking – Am I tying it right, or do I just need to tie it tighter?
Remember when tying the Boba Baby Wrap it is not necessary to leave any extra room in order for your baby to fit inside. The wrap should be tied tight. There should be no bulges or wrinkles and there should be no part of the wrap that is loose or hanging from your body. If […]