Although the Boba can accommodate a six year old, we recommend a weight limit of 45 pounds, or up until your little one turns four.
Boba Family FAQs
We recommend carrying one baby at a time, and using one Boba at a time, for the safety and comfort of the carrying individual.
When first acquainting yourself with the carrier and the loading process we do suggest that you have an extra set of hands available to help. The Boba carrier is designed for you to be able to put your toddler in by yourself. Youâ€™ll be loading your little one into the carrier like a pro in…read more >
The baby on the front of the box in the Aspen carrier is only 10 months old. The Boba has the widest seat of any Soft Structured Carrier out there and therefore provides a wider seat for the baby to sit in. The seat alone of the Boba will provide adequate leg support until the…read more >
No baby is too small for the Boba Wrap. Although your little one may seem too tiny, she has just spent nine months in the womb and finds it much more comforting to be snug, secure, and close to you in your baby wrap than to be extended and alone in a stroller. The Boba…read more >
Machine wash cold with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. We recommend washing the wrap before use.
We only recommend front carrying (not forward facing) as the optimal position. It is easier to wrap, the baby goes in and out easier, it goes over both shoulders (instead of one as in side carrying), and it provides easy and discreet nursing access. It is also the safest way to carry your baby.
Yes, the Boba Baby Wrap can be used with twins. It will accommodate newborns easily. We only recommend carrying both babies in the Boba Baby Wrap up until the babies are about 2 months old. The suggested ages of your baby is only a guide. Please take note of your child’s own physical growth and…read more >
Since the design of the carrier places no pressure points on your baby (essentially the baby is wrapped to your body instead of by bearing her weight on her own pelvis), separating your infant’s legs will not harm the baby developmentally. Some doctors actually encourage keeping the baby’s hip spread apart right after birth. This…read more >
The forward facing carry in any baby carrier places pressure on the pelvis and spine. When your baby is facing forwards with legs unsupported, the baby’s back is essentially arched instead of rounded. The center of gravity is different which makes the carrier tend to compensate when walking as well. Some sites that sell baby…read more >