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Reviews (24)

  • birthing classes

    We took the birth class at Boober in person last week and really liked it!
  • Review from the Summer 2022 Birthing Survey

    Childbirth Instructor: Boober What month and year was your child born? June 2022 Review: Redundant to prenatal education done with doula but nice to participate in-person with other prospective parents
  • recs for a reassuring, nonjudgmental lactation consultant

    I used Boober for virtual lactation consulting, and really found it helpful and reassuring. It was easiest when my husband could hold the camera though. Scheduling was easy (I did it at 7pm after a hard feed for 7am the next day). They also made it easy to submit to insurance for reimbursement. Pretty sure they are Brooklyn-based and have in person options here.
  • Review from the Fall 2021 Early Childhood Education Survey

    We chose this class because it was one of the few in-person offerings. It was thorough and a good chance for us to hear things together as a couple and talk through, although most of it felt like a review of what I'd read in various books to prep already.
  • Review from the Spring 2022 Birthing Survey

    Useful but not enough time spent on c-section
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    Someone from Boober when I got home who actually supported mixed feeding and was wonderful. Hospital had weird obsession with making me pump and I needed to rest - I hated it and thought it was patronizing (my child was in the Nicu but I was able to breastfeed her whenever I wished).
  • Lactation consultant

    I also had a LC come in person a few days after I got home from the hospital to help with latching issues and painful nursing due primarily to tongue tie. I found her through Boober and she outlined her COVID policies very thoroughly (she drove to us, wore mask and gloves, asked that any surface she would need be sanitized, windows were open the whole visit, etc). It is of course not risk free to have someone in your home but I weighed it against the benefit of having hands-on help and resolving my pain. I knew I wouldn’t get as much value out of doing a virtual session (at least initially). It helped immensely having someone come into our space and work with me. Since then we’ve been in touch via text and are doing a follow up next week.
  • Doula

    You may also want to get multiple referrals via Boober,, as they offer a selection of doulas with a variety of experience and corresponding rates.
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    Boober was extremely easy to work with and responded very quickly to our inquiry. Their consultants are out of network and provide paperwork to request reimbursement through insurance.
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    Great platform for getting in home help quickly!
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    All of Boober’s classes are excellent.
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    Boober made it super easy for me to setup an in-home appointment within a couple of days. The initial advice and reassurance I received when I called up for a match was so helpful and calming.
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    Boober - multi week class - I think it was good for my husband but it was too many weeks for me. It felt like it dragged on. Nevertheless the information was well presented and having gone through the birth experience I didn’t feel like there were any surprises.
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    We did the full day [birthing] class and it was more than enough. Good instruction and felt like we understood what to expect.
  • Virtual Lactation Consult?

    I went to, and they matched me with Julie Rosen. She was able to see me very quickly, and our session was super helpful. Their consultants are out of network, but they provide a superbill to submit to insurance for reimbursement.
  • Lactation consultant

    I reached out to Boober at 9pm on Saturday and got a text from them at 8am Sunday. Zoomed with her a few hrs after that. All virtual but still effective and im very happy with my LC. She provided me with a receipt to submit to insurance
  • Postpartum therapist needed

    hi anonymous, Two suggestions: Incredible, specific help for the postpartum period with really a really wonderful staff Also They are incredible about linking people with support specifically in the postpartum space. Not sure about individual insurance plans For either but both are incredible places with really great therapists. It’s a very difficult time under the best circumstances and I can only imagine how much more difficult it is right now. Thinking about you and my heart goes out to you.
  • Virtual lactation consultant?

    i highly recommend Jada Shapiro of Birthday Presence and her lactation support company called Boober. I believe she’s always been able to do virtual support, so she should be able to do this still. I got breastfeeding help in the early days with both my kids. It’s hard getting started, but so worth it.
  • Lactation consultant

    Ditto to Boober, Aetna, and Julia! (December 2019)
  • Lactation Consultant for Park Slope

    We also used company Boober ( and got Cori Pleune. She was indeed amazing. She brought her own scale and weighed our baby before and after feeding to get a measure of how much baby was taking in. She helped with latching, feeding pain, positions, milk supply, and weaning off formula supplements. Our 3 week old is now only on the breast and passed birthweight!
  • Lactation Consultant for Park Slope

    I recently used the company Boober ( and was able to get a lactation consultant same day. We were matched with Cori Pleune who was wonderful.
  • Lactation consultant

    I used boober. $395 for 2-3 hour in home assessment evaluation and hands in help. You’ll get a superbill which you can submit to insurance for reimbursement. Boober gives you helpful language to use to advocate with insurance companies. I was matched with grace who has been great and I’ve had a lot of text/ email/ phone follow up. She also helped re-think and re-frame a lot of my concerns which lessened my anxiety. Don’t wait to get help. Reach out to someone. Follow your instincts.
  • Lactation Consultant (Twins)

    I had a great experience with boober - they work with you to find the right consultant and also offer immediate text and phone support.
  • [June2017babies] Lactation Consultant Recommendation

    We were happy with - on demand / same day service, the service was founded by Birth Day Presence which is also great. Also there is a lactation consultant with office hours at our pediatrician's office (Premier Pediatrics) which is really wonderful, you might try checking if your pediatrician offers something like this (can be covered by insurance).