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The Babocush is a completely new and innovative solution, providing safety and comfort for your baby and peace of mind for you.
- Holds your baby just like you do
- Gentle vibrations and heartbeat sound
- Relieves gas, colic and reflux discomfort
- Also great for babies who don’t suffer with these issues
- Strengthens neck, back and trunk
- Encourages stress-free tummy time
What The Professionals Say
The best way to encourage optimal development of your baby’s spine and future postural alignment 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 love recommending the Babocush to my young patients to help with their development, colic and reflux. As a mum of premature twins, I wish the Babocush had been available when they were babies!
Dr. Zara Valentine, Osteopath
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Why Parents Love The Babocush
Fabulous product!! We had a little guy who was 7 weeks early,reflux and quite unsettled. The relaxing feel of the babocush really helped Harrison sleep during the day, giving me time to look after my one year old.
Heather Shanks Burns
I ordered one from the UK on Tuesday afternoon and it has just arrived here in Australia lunchtime Friday amazing service and great tracking from all concerned I knew where my delivery was at all times. Haven't used it yet (still waiting for the arrival of baby) but so far so good. Thank you I think that rates as the best OS delivery I have had. I have ordered this for the arrival of our grandchild due in the next few weeks - very excited.
It’s OK to Not Love the Newborn Phase
November 22, 2020
“Bringing a new life into the world will fill you with joy.” Well, that’s the popular notion! But how does that stack up against the reality of being a new mother? After nine months in the womb, your baby is now in the real world, and everything that you do once they arrive is about keeping them safe, happy, and healthy. But, of all of the different stages of development your baby will go through, the newborn phase may be the most challenging- for the entire household. While you may feel that you’re a terrible person for feeling a range of complicated emotions as you deal with the challenges that being a new parent throws at you, here’s why it’s okay to not love the newborn phase. A Newborn Baby Takes No Less Effort Than An Older Baby Many people expect that caring for a newborn baby is somehow easier because a newborn isn't able to move around and is much less mentally active. But newborns come with their own set of challenges; When you come home from hospital, you will still be exhausted from childbirth. Labor can be intense and puts a strain on your body. But now you’re home, you have to take care of yourself and a new baby this can prove to be quite a challenge. Feeding every couple of hours, constant crying, diaper changes, and lack of sleep leave little time for seemingly simple tasks such as grabbing a shower or something to eat. You may have endless family and friends calling around to see your new baby. But in the midst of it all, it’s not unusual to feel isolated. Things Will Improve Days will blend into one another. Your body clock will become confused as your baby can’t differentiate between day and night. You may feel so tired that it causes you physical pain. It can feel as though you’re trapped and have lost all sense of normality. However, the newborn phase doesn’t last forever. As your baby grows, they’ll eventually need less attention and less feeding and should eventually be able to sleep through the night without having to be fed every few hours. And that means more rest for you too. Reach Out And Get Help If you’re struggling to cope emotionally and physically, this is not a sign of failure. Adapting to your new life as a parent will take time, and learning to be kind to yourself is essential. Reach out to those around you and tell them how you’re feeling. Talk to your partner, family members, friends or your doctor. Other people may be able to give you emotional and physical support, and there is no shame in this. Families have rallied around new parents to support them since the start of the human race. You’ll learn a lot about yourself as you get to know your baby in the newborn phase. It is a challenge, and it is not one that can easily be prepared for. Related: Should You Swaddle Your Newborn? What You Need To Know About Caring For Your Newborn Life With Your Newborn - What Nobody Tells You
What to Expect When Your Baby is Teething: Signs and Remedies
November 15, 2020
Your baby’s first tooth appearing is an exciting milestone. While a first tooth is something to celebrate, the teething process is not! It can leave your baby feeling a little grumpier than usual and quite unsettled. In this guide, we will discuss what to expect when your baby is teething, the signs of teething, and remedies to help your teething baby. The Signs of Teething Most babies start teething between six and ten months old, although some babies can start earlier or later than this. For most babies, the bottom two front teeth are the first ones to appear. Usually, you can tell that your baby is teething based on specific signs and symptoms. There are several baby teething signs to look out for which indicate that your little one’s first tooth will be putting in an appearance sometime soon: Chewing on everything that they can get hold of Drooling more than usual Unsettled at night Pulling at their ears Irritable and unsettled Tender gums It is important to note that these symptoms could also be signs of illness, so get your baby checked over by a doctor if you are concerned that they may be ill rather than teething. Remedies to Soothe Your Teething Baby Before those first teeth appear, your baby will show some of the signs mentioned above and so you may find that they are unsettled, waking more frequently during the night, and a little grumpier during the day. Several remedies can be used to ease teething discomfort for your baby, here are some that you may like to try: Teething Toys Teething toys are a popular choice and can bring babies comfort while their teeth are breaking through their gums. It is vital to make sure that the teething toys you give your baby are safe for them to chew, and are made from safe materials. Putting the teething toy in the fridge before giving it to your baby can make it extra soothing for their gums. Teething toys like the Matchstick Monkey can provide ultimate comfort for your baby when teething as they can help soothe your little one's pain at the source with fun, flexible teethers that get teething gel to the right places! Reduce Irritation and Soreness Teething babies drool more than usual. All this extra drool can lead to soreness and irritation around your baby’s mouth and chin. To prevent irritation from developing, try to wipe away the drool when you can. Massage Baby’s Gums Massaging your baby’s gums can offer them the same soothing relief that they get from their chew toys. Your hands must be clean when using your finger to massage your baby’s mouth. Be prepared as your baby may bite down on your finger when you are massaging their gums! Distraction Distraction is a powerful tool when calming a teething baby. Reading a story, playing with toys, or going out for a walk could be all that is needed to help your baby forget about their teething troubles. Lots of Cuddles When your baby is feeling unsettled, they may become fussier than usual and unsettled. Sometimes, all that is needed are some extra cuddles for comfort. Read our other blogs on baby milestones: Everything you need to know about Tummy Time What determines a baby’s eye colour? When do babies start talking?