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.
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