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NEW IBERIA, La. – Mother of Eden, the makers of the patented FuzziBunz® reusable pocket-style diapering system, is proud to announce that FuzziBunz® diapers have taken the top spot in a head-to-head review of various cloth diaper brands. Hipster e-zine, Babble.com, selected FuzziBunz® as its Babble Best cloth diaper in its January 2008 review of various cloth diaper brands.
While author Katie Bayless objectively reviewed each cloth diaper brand, which included gDiapers, Rumpsters, Bum Genius and Happy Heinys, she wrote that FuzziBunz® takes the cake when it comes to her favorite non-disposable brand.
Bayless writes in her review, “Five reasons this is my top pick? 1) No leaks — ever. And I never used more than one insert. 2) No bulkiness — bubble-butt won’t be a problem with these diapers. 3) No staining — I’ve used these diapers for two months now and they still come out of the wash crystal clean. 4) Quick drying — some of the bulkier diapers are still wet coming out of the dryer, but not FuzziBunz®. 5) Ultra-adjustable snap closures — at first I couldn’t figure out why I liked FuzziBunz® snaps — snaps are less convenient, especially on a squirmy baby. But I learned the hard way that being (slightly) more tricky to get on, also means they are more difficult for little hands to get off (picture a crib covered in crap thanks to some of the diapers that didn’t make this list).”
Tereson Dupuy, the inventor of FuzziBunz® reusable pocket-style diapers and CEO of Mother of Eden, says, “This review proves what moms around the world have known all along – that there is nothing better than a FuzziBunz®. We’re the original pocket diaper and we continue to make products that mean something to moms, babies and the world at large.”
The entire review is available online at Babble.com.
The Thatch family show us how they are doing their part to make our earth a little “greener” with FuzziBunz® Diapers.
NEW IBERIA, La. – Mother of Eden, the makers of the patented FuzziBunz® pocket diaper system, today announces it has signed a one-year sponsorship deal with Baby Loves Disco. The deal calls for FuzziBunz®’s sole sponsorship of the Baby Loves Disco diaper changing stations starting in September 2007.
The newly designed FuzziBunz® Diaper Changing Stations include specific areas set aside at each disco venue for parents to change their babies’ dirty diapers, thus ensuring that even the littlest dancers are entitled to a clean and safe place to change their wet and poopy garbs.
Baby Loves Disco, the brainchild of dancer and mom, Heather Murphy Monteith, has been transforming city night clubs into child-proof discos for toddlers, pre-schoolers and their parents for the past several years. This season, which runs from September 2007 through August 2008, includes events in 16 U.S. cities including Atlanta, Brooklyn, Boston, Boulder, Chicago, Houston, Manhattan, Minneapolis, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Murphy Monteith says, “We are excited to bring the FuzziBunz® experience to the fun-spirited families that attend Baby Loves Disco events. As a family that uses FuzziBunz® ourselves, we have reaped the many cost and environmental benefits that come along with cloth diapering. We believe that the FuzziBunz® brand strongly compliments the worldly atmosphere we are trying to create at our high-energy dance events and we are proud to have Mother of Eden on-board as the sponsor of our diaper changing stations.”
Tereson Dupuy, the inventor of FuzziBunz® diapers, says partnering with Baby Loves Disco offers a unique opportunity for families to learn about today’s modern diaper options. “Many parents don’t realize that cloth diapering can be an easy and convenient alternative to disposables. Long gone are the cloth diapers with pins, Velcro, and plastic pants,” Dupuy says. “Rather, FuzziBunz® diapers are soft, easy to use, and convenient to care for and wash. And best of all, FuzziBunz® diapers deter millions of diapers from entering our landfills each year, something we can all be proud of.”
NEW IBERIA, La., – Mother of Eden, the makers of the patented FuzziBunz® pocket diaper system, today announces it was named as a 2007 Outstanding Product Winner by iParenting Media. The iParenting Media Awards program recognizes the best products in the children’s and juvenile products industries and is the only consumer awards program certified by ISO 9001:2000, the internationally recognized standard of quality assurance.
After a rigorous and thorough review of thousands of products, experienced reviewers – including parents, experts and licensed childcare centers and schools nationwide – deemed that FuzziBunz® diapers met or exceeded iParenting’s high standards to earn this prestigious award.
Tereson Dupuy, the inventor of FuzziBunz® diapers, says that it’s important for parents to learn more about today’s modern diaper options. “Long gone are the days where cloth diapers with pins and plastic pants were the only disposable diaper alternative. FuzziBunz® diapers make cloth diapering a breeze and we are excited that the iParenting organization has recognized our important invention as one of this year’s outstanding baby care products,” she says.
The iParenting Media Award Evaluators, including at least one expert reviewer, provided several comments about why FuzziBunz® was chosen as one of the 2007 Outstanding Product Winners:
FuzziBunz® diapers can be purchased at various baby products retailers around the world. For more information or to find a retailer online or near you, please visit www.fuzzibunz.com.
Before my daughter was born, I approached this subject with friends with young children and was advised that cloth diapers are not a good idea. They’re messy, leak and are, according to some sources, not any better for the environment than disposables. I was also told that babies get diaper rash more frequently with cloth diapers, they’re bulky and less comfortable for baby, and they require extra time and energy, especially if you wash them yourself. Basically, friends told us we’d be a little crazy to sign up for cloth diapering along with new parenting.
Having considered all of these points, I just couldn’t stand the thought of my daughter’s waste wrapped in plastic in a landfill for the next three hundred years.
Therefore, we took the gamble and invested in cloth diapers. After much research, we chose FuzziBunz®. They offer beautiful, functional diapers in a rainbow of colors. When the gorgeous bouquet arrived in the mail I was so excited. I tucked them all into a big basket and showed a friend the arc of pretty little diapers. She rolled her eyes and said, “Oh yeah. I’m sure that’s exactly how it’s going to be.”
I have to say, it IS just how it’s been. I have LOVED cloth diapering, and 17 months later, I’ve never purchased a disposable for out little girl.
The white microfleece that touches her skin is incredibly soft. Forget about pins; these diapers are fashioned so that they grow with baby, featuring a multitude of snaps. And the color choice (they now offer some prints, as well) is so sweet; they negate the need for diaper covers.
They’re not cheap, (they generally run about $18/diaper and $5 per insert) but they’ve paid for themselves dozens of times over. Their re-sell value is terrific (check out eBay), and I love that she’s so comfortable. As far as washing, I find it to be a non-issue. I’m doing so much laundry, anyway, I hardly notice the difference.
So, I’ve become a cloth fan. And some of the friends who advised us against them have had their second. Guess what? They’re using FuzziBunz®.
So tell us.
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