Boba Air Review & Giveaway!

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Boba Air Review

{My writer Audrey received the Boba Air to facilitate her review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% hers.  MamaDweeb.com loves Boba and supports them 100%. This is part of a series of posts – MamaDweeb is Top To Bottom Baby Boutique‘s 2013 Bl0gger (an uncompensated position, but with reviews and giveaways). Enjoy the review and giveaway!}

Audrey’s Review:

If you had asked my a week ago about carriers I would have told you I was a die-hard Ergo fan, but trying the Boba Air has totally changed my view. I can’t stop talking about it!

boba air in bag

The first thing I noticed is the cute little pouch it comes in. I love that when you take it out the pouch it turns into a handy storage pocket, so I don’t have to worry about loosing it (that’s kind of a problem for me.) The carrier is also very easy to put back in the pouch. It’s compact and lite weight, so I keep it in the car or diaper bags at all times, and I bet it’s super handy for traveling as well.

When I first put on the Boba Air I noticed that it was quite a bit roomier then my Ergo Classic. It’s not really padded, so I was curious to see how comfortable it was. I found that the front carry was average for a structured carrier. But I was surprised that the back carry was extremely more comfortable for me. I had no rubbing or pressure spots. We both were very happy wearing it for a couple hours at the park yesterday!

I also thought it was very affordable for the structured carriers on the market. The Boba Air is small, light weight, comfortable and affordable! What more could you want? Maybe a little more storage, but other then that I think it’s great!

The Boba Air is only $65 at Top To Bottom Baby Boutique!

GIVEAWAY!!
You can win a Boba Air in the color of your choice! Ends 6/24 at 11:59pm CST. Good luck!!

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Written by:: Annie

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She is THE Mama Dweeb :) She created this blog back in 2009 and loves to inspire and connect with others through her writing. She also loves talking, dreaming, 90s pop and country music.

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Comments

  1. Keara B. says

    If money was no object, I’d love to have the Keekaroo® Height Right™ Kids Chair. I really like that it last from baby to toddlerhood and beyond. Plus, it just looks nice. :)

  2. Dewi Permata Sari says

    I love Onya Baby. I heard its positive reviews everywhere, sadly currently there’s no distributor in Indonesia.

  3. Amber Carney says

    Top to Bottom baby sells a Dinosaur Wubbanub pacifier, they are so cute! I have a monkey one for my daughter and it is her favorite!

  4. Rachel G says

    I really like the So’Pure Sophie the Giraffe Teething Ring as well as the Badger Balm SPF 34 Baby Sunscreen.

  5. Amy Martin says

    I love the cute swaddle blankets. Much better than the boring ones the hospital hands out to new moms.

  6. Maria D. says

    I love the Swaddlebees Simplex 2.0! I also own a regular Boba and have been really curious to see how a Boba Air performs. Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. Martha England says

    I love the little green toys fire truck and so would my boys! And I’d love to try an Applecheeks diaper!

  8. Megan C says

    Ooooh, I love the amber teething necklaces and Sophie the Giraffe (said the mom of one VERY cranky teething baby right now, lol).

  9. Rebecca Peters says

    I have to say PiggyPaint. Because I know that is made locally, and I def support the local business!

  10. Sarah Schiro says

    Nosefrida! I hate bulb syringes. This product sucks in the best way… no more clogged baby nostrils/

  11. Katy Schilz says

    I would like one of everything please!!I would love a didimos(sp)and a boba to complete my wrap collection. Some rockin green, and buncha farmers would be helpful too.

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