When my son Harry was born, he was only settled and content when resting against my chest. He cried in his bouncer, cried in his pram and cried in his cot – he even cried in his car seat. And so my quest for designing the ultimate swaddling cushion with soothing sounds and motion began!Our Story
As a retired nurse, I think you have created something amazing. It’s perfect for babies with colic or just fretful generally. Mothers are going to love these!Nancy Beckham,
Wow instant settled baby....not dreading the screaming session tonight as I know this will help my boy settle....thank you very much!"And then...Last night for the first time Harry-Jay didn't have a four hour screaming session! He had a session on the babocush after his 9PM bottle then eventually settled in his cot (that's a new thing to him - he's used to sleeping on us because of his pains).Harry-Jay's Story,
Reduces crying from colic
The babocush helps prevent colic by holding your baby securely just like you do and has the extra comfort of a gentle vibration and heartbeat sound.
You can pop your baby on the babocush immediately after a feed for instant relief from wind / gas pains.
Allows airways to relax
The babocush holds your baby in a very natural position, allowing the airways to relax and stay open as opposed to sitting slumped over in a bouncer, rocker or car seat.
Reduces crying from reflux
You can adjust the incline of the babocush, ensuring your baby is the correct position to prevent acid reflux.
Reduces startle reflex
With the body, hands, feet, side of face and head in contact with the babocush, your baby will not experience startling.
Reduces flat head syndrome
The babocush provides essential recommended tummy time. Newborn babies skulls are so soft that flattening of the head will occur if not enough tummy time is provided.
Really pleased with the babocush, our daughter really settles on it and minimises her reflux. It's great to be able to spend time with our son too so he doesn't feel left out and our daughter is happy just chilling for a bit on the babocush after a feed.
The babocush was most beneficial during times of reflux as it kept the girls in a semi-upright position, allowing each feed to move through the digestive system a God-send for those moments when there was just one of us caring for them and we could place one of the girls on the babocush, where she would rest whilst the other was feeding.
Oh babocush what can I say? We used to have a colicky baby but not any more. I honestly don’t know how I’d have coped without it, our baby screamed for a minimum of 2 hours EVERY NIGHT from 6pm but from the first evening we tried the babocush, there wasn’t a peep!