One year ago this week I was staring into the determined eyes of my toddler. I remember the moment clearly: she was standing in my bedroom between the closet and door while I was sitting on my bed. I canâ€™t remember what the stand-off was about but it resembled the tense moment in one of…read more >
Iâ€™m a mom, writer, and social media lover who lives in MontrĂ©al, Canada by way of California. When Iâ€™m not on Twitter, Facebook, Mashable or reading a parent blog you can usually find me exploring the ins & outs of my French Canadian city with my two daughters.
Iâ€™m passionate about empowering parents to be who they are and am excited to work with a company that is also. Building relationships with online moms & dads for Boba Inc. means that I get to share our companyâ€™s values with the new leaders in media and Iâ€™m honored to do so!
My media credits include Entrepreneur.com, WomenEntrepreneur.com, Mothering.com, Clever Parents, and Simply Home magazine. Business credits include INC.com and being listed by ABCâ€™s View From the Bay as a top resource for businesses-minded parents.
We continue our spotlight on traveling families with this interview with the Miller Family. Their open-ended world travel as a family of six is inspiring to us and we think might be inspiring to you, too! We asked mom of the family, Jenn Miller, about their experiences on the road and how they made the…read more >
In this day and age, it seems as if parents are reclaiming their love for the parent/child relationship. Itâ€™s not about raising children who are â€śseen and not heardâ€ť anymore. Parents are getting dirty in the mud, wearing their little ones, breastfeeding proudly, homebirthing and reclaiming the right to be close to their children. As…read more >
Iâ€™ve already blogged about Five things You Need For Your Unassisted Birth and while there arenâ€™t many tangible items you actually need to give birth to a baby, there are a few things you might want to have. None of these are particularly costly. They can make having your baby at home that much more…read more >
One of the main benefits of babywearing is that it allows caregivers to go about their daily routines while simultaneously caring for their children. A huge part of my life is cooking. Morning, afternoon, night and often late into the evening, you can find me stirring pots, soaking beans, and baking. Cooking is how I…read more >
We love making our Boba Facebook community smile. Here are the latest images weâ€™ve created just for laughs! Enjoy!
Breastfeeding in public is, sadly, still a controversial topic. Every day I read comments, blogs, and tweets that seem to think that nursing a baby is akin to urinating on a public park bench. Huh? In 2012? If youâ€™re wondering if you should breastfeed in public or just stay home to avoid potential awkwardness, here…read more >
Weâ€™ve all heard of the popular meme â€śHey Girlâ€ť featuring Ryan Gosling spouting a variety of sensitive phrases. Last night we created our own Breastfeeding Activist Ryan Gosling which got us thinkingâ€¦ why not a Babywearing, Baby Carrier-loving Ryan Gosling? I personally think this Hollywood heart throb will be ALL about babywearing once he has…read more >
On a recent episode of the popular television show â€śUp All Nightâ€ť about a couple navigating through new parenthood, the topic of traveling with young children was tackled. The mom and dad were at a crossroads: were they going to give up traveling until their baby was up and out of the house, or would…read more >
People usually explore babywearingÂ (using a baby wrap or baby carrier) for the first time when their babies are itty bitty newborns. Being able to keep your new baby close and bond during those first few months of life is priceless. Iâ€™m not sure what I would have done without babywearing in the early days. Once…read more >