How to Use Your Boppy® Products After Your Baby Outgrows Them

How to Use Your Boppy® Products After Your Baby Outgrows Them

It takes a lot of stuff to raise a baby and after baby outgrows something you are left with the question, “That was great. What do I do with it now?”

Our Boppy community has been sharing the ways they keep the #BoppyLove going with alternative uses for their Boppy products when baby is done with them. Here are some of our favorites!

Boppy takes safety seriously and we remind you to always use Boppy Product safely and correctly with baby. These alternative use ideas are for uses with adults only. If you have a question about your Boppy product(s) and can’t find the answer in the product use pagesFAQ page, or video hub, feel free to reach out to info@Boppy.com. On the other end is our Queen of Service, Rachel, who is happy to help! 

 

Tech Comfort with the Boppy® Feeding and Infant Support Pillow

Ever use your laptop on your bed or couch? A Boppy® Nursing Pillow acts as a comfy arm support to ergonomically position you and keep that hot laptop off your lap.

The pillow is also a great prop for gamers! Gone are the days of achy backs from hunching over with your elbows resting on your knees.  Get the lift you need to take game-play comfort to the next level.

 

Traveling with the Boppy Anywhere® Nursing Pillow

The Boppy Anywhere® Nursing Pillow was made for on the go. So, after baby is done nursing, keep bringing it with you for a perfectly compactable head and neck rest for you or other adults in the family! Perfect for long car rides and plane travel.

Some of our Boppy team members have been raving about this product for camping too. The shape fits perfectly in the hood of the sleeping bag and the waist belt can be used to easily tie your pillow to the outside of your backpack.  

 

Boppy® Changing Pad Liners for Household Chores

The Boppy® Changing Pad Liners have absorbent tops with a waterproof backing that act to protect whatever surface they are on. Try using these in your kitchen to air-dry dishes, in your bathroom as a towel under your makeup, or as a protective mat while you are painting your nails.

As your children get older, it is also a great item to keep in your purse…not for bathroom accidents, but for park visits! (Way more fun.) The waterproof backing makes them an easy, dry seat on wet grass or dewy picnic tables and bleachers.
Virginia DeWitt