Top 10 Activities Benefited By Babywearing

by Nicholeon January 18,2012 in Baby CarrierBaby_WearingChild DevelopmentFeaturedFeatured BlogTravel

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 […]

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International Family Travel: Five Tips for a Bon Voyage

by Nicholeon December 22,2011 in Baby_WearingFamily JourneyTravel

Whether you were a solo traveler before, or just caught the traveling bug now that you have a family, traveling internationally as a family is both doable and enjoyable—trust me on this! Here are five quick tips on how to prepare ahead and get the most out of your family’s adventure. 1. Passports and Visas: […]

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International Travel: 10 Tips to Traveling With a Baby

by Abbyon December 21,2011 in Baby_WearingFamily JourneyParenthoodTravel

As a family with the “adventure bug,” I will admit that having a baby put us in a bit of an upside-down state. Gone were the days of randomly getting in the car and getting lost somewhere, leaving for the weekend on a whim or even spending the day in the mountains with little to […]

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Finding the Perfect Babywearing Coat or Baby Carrier Cover

by Heatheron December 04,2011 in Baby_WearingFamily JourneyNatural Parenting StyleTravel

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 […]

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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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Camping With a Baby – Family Memories in the Making

by Abbyon August 21,2011 in Family JourneyParenthoodTravel

A while back I happened across an article that, in all honesty, gave me a bit of a giggle but also set me on a personal mission to prove it wrong. The article, focused on the do’s and don’ts of family travel, was certainly on a lighter note, but seemed to imply (at least in […]

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