Bringing your little one along for the ride is better for the both of you. Have you heard? Carried babies… Cry less. 43% less overall and 54% less during evening hours. 1 Are Healthier. They gain weight faster, have better motor skills, coordination, increased muscle tone, and sense of balance. 2, 5, 7 Get a…read more >
I am a mother, a wife and an entrepreneur. Together, my husband and I have built Boba from the ground up with blood, sweat and tears, and lots of laughter. We have grown. I simply revel at our remarkable and dedicated team who makes it happen. Although still involved in strategic decisions, I have taken a step back to be able to devote my time to living and learning everyday with with my children.
I am constantly intrigued by their inherent desire to figure out the world, how it works, and their place in it. I marvel at their new discoveries which inspire me every single day to discover something new. A spiral of inspiration. Russian Literature, historical fiction, the loom of Romance and Slavic languages and the origins of words themselves, fascinate me. I love clay. I cook everything from scratch. I can crochet a hat in an hour. And my wanderlust sometimes consumes me. Yet my real passion lies in discovering the science that backs up intuitive parenting or mothering, what I already know deep in my heart.
So I read, and I research, and I design, and create and now Iâ€™ll write a little. And let me tell you that my heart is there. I am so honored that families are changed by babywearing. I am so touched that families are receiving the message that â€śfreedom togetherâ€ť is possible. It truly is!
Recently Catherine Fowler of Australia made a comment that parents who face their babies out are “cruel and selfish“.Â Actually for the record she said they were “inadvertently cruel”.Â I am not here to judge you ladies and gentleman; a walk around the block with your baby in the forward facing position will probably not…read more >
We had to get all of our gorgeous local Boulder moms together for a photo shoot to show you our dazzling and fun new prints.Â I chuckled to myself as all three models nursed in the carriers babies from three months to 22 months.Â They were all really doing it. Â And all discreetly.Â The…read more >
Welcome!Â “What’s going on here?”, you may ask. Well- for years, Sleepy Wrap and Boba Baby Carrier have been the same company, but nobody knew outside of our office. We focused on building the best baby wrap on the market, and the best baby carrier on the market, and we were doing it successfully as…read more >
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. Â Quack quack. Our babies donâ€™t fit either bill. Human infants are born far from knowing how to walk and are not meant to be…read more >
Nursing in a baby carrier does not have to be daunting or tedious. Boba baby carriers allow you to nurse comfortably and discreetly even while standing or walking.Â Read on to find out how to nurse in both the Boba Wrap and the Boba Carrier. Nursing in the Boba Wrap- Thanks to the fabric, you…read more >
I used to tie wraps on to moms. I would guide them through the steps. â€śYep, â€śxâ€ť in the back of your body- then â€śxâ€ť on the front of your bodyâ€ť. Although I will admit that tying the wrap tight enough with no twists, or loose or hanging fabric is a big part of getting…read more >
A picture is worth a thousand words right?Â The mama as shown above is not wearing her wrap correctly. Don’t want to be too critical, after all I eat and breathe baby carriers, but since we are carrying such *precious cargo* just wanted to give a visual of what may make for a smoother…read more >