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CAMO IS THE NEW NEUTRAL

"Camouflage is back and more versatile than ever” says Maria Bobila Senior Editor at Fashionista. Camouflage was originally designed to blend in with your surroundings but now it has transformed to make you stand out against the crowds. The Boppy Company is launching a new fashion of the Boppy ComfyFit® Baby Carrier in Black/Gray Camo to support mom’s unique style.
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Top Five Reasons You Should Babywear

After months of maternity wear, there are many pre-baby wardrobe choices new moms are excited to wear again. However, babywearing experts suggest the most important thing a new mother can wear is her newborn. Babywearing keeps babies happier and helps cognitive development. Plus, it can be done with any caregiver!
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Questions for Your Baby’s Doctor

As a parent, choosing your baby’s doctor is an important decision. After giving birth, your pediatrician becomes a significant resource for your baby’s health and medical needs. You want a medical professional you can rely on for support and someone you feel comfortable with asking questions. 
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Baby sitting in a Custom Boppy Pillow.

The original, award-winning Boppy® Pillow is now customizable.

Make your Boppy® Pillow extra special! The original, award-winning Boppy® Feeding and Infant Support Pillow is now customizable! The Boppy® Pillow is the trusted leader in the feeding and support pillow category and has become a must-have nursery staple.
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Mom wearing comfyfit baby carrier outside of the office.

How to Pump at the Office

As your maternity leave comes to an end, there’s another aspect to keep in mind as you prepare to return to your daily grind. If you continue to breastfeed, pumping during work is a must.
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Advice from a Lactation Consultant

Advice from a Lactation Consultant

Breastfeeding is described as the natural way to feed your baby, but it’s a team effort for the both of you that takes practice between positioning, proper latching and generating milk supply. To make your feeding time a pleasant bonding experience, look to the health professionals specifically trained in this subject.
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Real Parents telling Real Stories about Real Boppy Love – Kelli

Real Parents telling Real Stories about Real Boppy Love – Kelli

Life looks busy these days for Kelli, mom to two-year-old Owen. She runs two businesses and is seven months pregnant with her second boy. Kelli is in planning mode as she prepares for the arrival of baby number two. Between her businesses and getting the house ready, days go quick. 
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Mom breastfeeding with the Feeding and Infant Support Pillow, Hello World

Nutrition Tips for Breastfeeding Moms

As a mom-to-be, you did your best these past nine months not giving into all of your pregnancy cravings for unhealthy foods. Now that you’re breastfeeding, a healthy, balanced diet still applies so he can get the nutrients he needs to grow and develop.
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Mom wearing ComfyFit Carrier carrying yoga matt.

Tips for New Mom Self-Care

As a mom of a newborn, it’s easy to forget your own needs. Your little bundle of joy becomes your biggest priority and life becomes a balancing act of work and family.
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Baby laying on Boppy Newborn Lounger

Tips for Your First Week with Baby

Your baby is nestled safely in his car seat and your journey home marks a new milestone as he arrives home for the first time. While you can do your best to get ready for his arrival, your first week home with baby is a learning time in “uncharted territory.”
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Dad feeding baby on a Boppy Feeding and Infant Support Pillow.

How to Help Baby with Reflux

As breastfeeding or bottle-feeding becomes part of your new mom routine you might find yourself readily prepared with a burp cloth for messes. What causes him to spit up afterwards is part of a common symptom most babies experience, infant reflux.
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Dad touching mom's belly as she lays on the Boppy Total Body Pillow.

A Dad's (or Partner's) Guide to Pregnancy

Your significant other’s pregnancy announcement gives her extra attention as the mom-to-be, but your role as dad or partner doesn’t need to be overlooked. Don’t feel left out, counteract that feeling by getting involved early on in the pregnancy.
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