Babywearing Boba Carrier Wrap Review

Babywearing Boba Carrier Wrap Review

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Boba Babywearing Wrap Review

 

Boba Baby Wrap

We shared Babywearing 101 tips and today we’re shareing our review of the Boba carrier wrap

 

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How to Wrap

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How to put the baby in the wrap:

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The Boba website has a ton of information on babywearing.

 

Review:

 

Pro’s

We really like that does not need to be folded.

The design is flattering.

Ends of material are tapered and makes tying at your hip easy.

 

Room for improvement:

You still need to wrap it around your body. I found that when wrapping it over my shoulders it stills gets turned around. But that’s something that comes with practice!

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Description and Features

The Boba Wrap is the perfect wrap style carrier – with its unique fabric blend and the no-guesswork tying, the Boba Wrap is a great choice for beginners and advanced babywearers alike. The simple design of this baby wrap, free of buckles, straps or buttons makes it perfectly comfortable for both you and your baby. By evenly distributing the weight of your child, there is no time limit to how long your baby can stay in the wrap, so you may calm and sooth your baby with your warmth, your voice, your movement and your heart beat as long as you are both content!

1Weight Range: 7-35lbs

2Hands Free

3Custom Fit”

4Durable and Strong

5Simple No-guess Tying

6Allows you to Breastfeed Easily



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  1. Posted by Jen

    I have my eyes on a wrap and this one looks awesome!

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