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Boba X Tips & Tricks

Posted by Ana Pirc on

The Boba X is the newest addition to our collection of carriers! It features an adjustable seat and panel, padded waistband and shoulder straps with PFA's (perfect fit adjusters). It also comes with a detachable...

What's A Pelvic Tuck?

Posted by Ana Pirc on

The babywearing community is talking a lot about the pelvic tuck, the “froggy position”, the J-shape and M-shape. What does it all mean? Let's dive in ... First let’s take a look at our babies’...

Bobawearing FAQ's

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1. What is the difference between the main types of Boba baby carriers? This is probably our MOST frequently asked question. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the different options, it's important to note that...

Infant Biomechanics and Babywearing

Posted by Elizabeth Antunovic on

Elizabeth Antunovic Co-founder of Boba, Inc. and Dr. Erin Mannen from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Assistant Professor and Director of Translational Orthopaedic Research. Dr. Erin Mannen is as enthusiastic about all the...

Strollers, Baby Carriers and Infant Stress

Posted by Elizabeth Antunovic on

Table of Contents Infant Spine Development The Stresses of Laying Flat Laying Horizontal Causes Physical Deformities Existence in Containers The Fetal Tuck The Trouble with Car Seats Positive Physical Development Discord with Upright Carrying Swaddling...

The Second Nine Months: Exterogestation and the Need to be Held

Posted by Elizabeth Antunovic on

Table of Contents Introduction Gestation Outside of the Womb: “Exterogestation” Continuing Relation Between Mother and Child Birth Due to Large Head Mother’s Body Regulates Developing Systems Crawling Completes Exterogestation Human Developmental Periods Longer than Apes—Except...

How Your Baby's Body is Adapted to Being Carried

Posted by Elizabeth Antunovic on

Some mammals leave their babies in hidden places. Other mammalian young, like sheep, are physically developed enough to follow their mothers by themselves right after birth. Don't forget our feathered friends. Quack quack. Our babies...

Nine Reasons Not to Carry Your Baby Facing Out

Posted by Elizabeth Antunovic on

Dr. Catherine Fowler of Australia, as reported by in 2011, made a comment that parents who face their babies out are “cruel and selfish“. Actually for the record she said they were “inadvertantly cruel”....

Nursing in a Baby Carrier: You Can Do It

Posted by Elizabeth Antunovic on

Learning to breastfeed in a baby carrier means freedom for mom and contentment for baby! Babywearing can facilitate a stronger breastfeeding relationship, as more skin to skin means more prolactin hormone and it has even...