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How the Babocush was Born
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!
- Kerry Nevins, Founder
Happy Baby, Happy you
The lux-velour mattress and 5-point quilted harness provide ultimate support and safety for your baby’s neck, back and torso
The cushion features internal vibrations and heartbeat sounds to comfort and hold your baby just like you do
What the Professionals Say
I highly recommend this product as it not only comforts baby in a safe and ergonomic position, but also allows rare self-care time that most new parents find impossible to accomplish.
The best way to encourage optimal development of your baby’s spine is to give them plenty of tummy time. The Babocush offers a calming and safe place for your baby to lie on their tummy. I recommend the Babocush to my young patients to help with their development, colic and reflux.
We know that premature babies are prone to reflux and colic. Parents who have used the Babocush have told us that their babies responded well to being placed on it as it can help relieve symptoms of reflux and colic.
Why Parents Love Babocush
Our son loves it
Babocush has saved us as parents. Our son loves his cushion. My back was hurting from holding him because he’s so colicky and has gas AND reflux. We changed bottles and formula and still we couldn’t catch a break. Babocush really is the way to go!
A Life Saver
Got our comfort cushion Wednesday as our last ditch effort to find something that worked on our colicky and refluxy 6 week old. It has been a LIFE SAVER!! She immediately calms down and falls asleep when we put her on it. Thank you so much!
We love our comfort cushion! Our little one has very bad reflux which has caused us to be hospitalized a few times. Our doctors love the cushion too because it has helped our little one so much. She is only 1 month old. Down the road we would like to purchase another one to donate to our children’s hospital so other parents can get a chance to use this device. Thank you!
The Babocush Blog
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