Why you need a babocush for when your baby arrives

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When you are expecting, you are also preparing for the biggest change to your life imaginable. In an attempt to be prepared, your research will no doubt take you across a plethora of online posts and questionable advice. At babocush.com we’re committed to offering practical advice that improves life for you and your newborn. We believe the babocush comfort cushion can help both parents and babies adjust to their new life and make the process of looking after baby a little bit less stressful. Here are a few reasons why we think you need a babocush for when your baby arrives.


Arriving back from the hospital you are essentially going back to a new home. Your baby will be at the centre of your new home life and your focus will be their comfort and security. A babocush can help lessen the transition on your baby’s part, thanks to the clever design features. The vibrating heart simulator inside the cushion is reminiscent of the womb and provides a sense of security to your baby. In their new world filled with new sensations, this comfort will soothe your baby and help them manage these new stimulations without feeling overwhelmed. For some babies, resting on the babocush is simple and they relax instantly, others may take slightly longer to settle, but it’s worth persevering.

Beneficial rest

The babocush doesn’t just offer contentment to the baby, but to parents as well. As a new parent you will no doubt have a period of adjustment as your body clock is turned on its head. The babocush can be attached to a rocker or left on a rug or mat to allow you a few minutes to yourself again to catch your breath. This gives you a chance to have your baby near while also resting your arms. The lack of hood or cover means you can see your baby clearly and react should they become distressed or sleepy. Remember, the cushion is not a bed, and your baby should not sleep on the cushion at any time.


Newborns spend a lot of their time asleep and so they are very often on their back. Spending too much time in this position can have adverse effects on your baby. The babocush holds your baby securely providing them with some essential tummy time – much like the position you hold them in over your shoulder. This comfortable position also opens up your baby’s airways allowing them to breathe easy. For colicky babies this change in position can help lessen crying fits and agitation – watch some examples of the babocush at work here which were shared by the CNBC news agency. Babies who are constantly lying on their back can suffer from flat head syndrome, a condition which affects up to 20% of babies at 4 months old. The babocush gives them a chance to alleviate this pressure and rest securely on their tummy instead.


We base our belief in the babocush on expert advice and the hundreds of positive testimonies online. The cushion was rigorously tested in the development stage and did not emerge on the market overnight. Founder Kerry Nevins had her product tested by experts in respiratory health and the cushion met the highest safety standards before going on sale globally. Don’t just take our word for it – you can read all about the babocush and the amazing impact it’s had on the lives of families around the world on the reviews on our Facebook page.

If you want to hear more about what our customers say, click here, or feel free to contact us with any queries you may have.

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