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Hello.   Makadii.  Unjani.

I am Rue Khosa, AKA The Boob Boss and welcome to my page. 

Here you will find information on all things BUMPS, BABIES & BOOBS. I have spent and dedicated my career to being woman’s health advocate supporting new and expectant parents thrive through the parenting journey. Believing it takes a village to raise a child, I, as The Boob Boss hope to create and grow a village of centred around mutual respect, love and support. 

So take a look around, make sure to follow me on Instagram and don’t forget to subscribe to stay updated. 

With gratitude,

Rue Khosa



My Philosophy

"Parents shouldn’t just survive the new born phase, as providers, we should help them THRIVE through it."


Rue Khosa ARNP, IBCLC "The Boob Boss"


The Wife

Mrs. K

I met and married my husband in 2011. We were traditionally married (he paid my bride price, a story for another day) just 9 months later.


The Mother

Boy Mom

I am mom to two amazing rambunctious boys, Tai (7) and Tana (4). We are currently expecting our 3rd child and praying for a girl. 


The Boss

Chief Lactation Officer

I am the owner and founder of The Perfect Push, The Perfect Push Foundation and The Northwest FamilyFest.

Find your purpose, pursue it relentlessly, passionately, and loudly. Be persistent and win.

-Angela Bassett #BlackGirlsRock

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Fun Facts


My husband and I met on a blind (but I Googled him) date and were engaged in 7 months married in 9.


I started a foundation, The Perfect Push Foundation, aimed at addressing maternity and infants in communities of color.


My dream, is getting the "Oprah would like to interview you," call.


Growing up I wanted to be a lawyer.


I am terrified of heights.


I was born and raised in Zimbabwe.

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“I LOVE my job and I am so blessed to be able to wake up every day and live my passion. Now I hope to inspire other women to do the same. So #watchmework, find out how I built a successful private practice and learn how you can do the same.”

-Rue Khosa, The BoobBoss.

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