Posts Tagged ‘FuzziBunz diapers’
Thursday, May 19th, 2011
We are so excited over here at FuzziBunz and within good reason. Today we are launching our brand new FuzziBunz Customer Rewards program, a program that rewards YOU, our loyal customers, for simply using FuzziBunz’s modern cloth diapering system.
In the next month, you’ll be seeing golden stickers inside FuzziBunz diapers. Each sticker has a code on it. Simply head over to http://www.FuzziBunzRetailers.com/CustomerRewards and enter your code to see if you’re an instant winner. We will have 1,500 winners – that’s right, 1,500 winners!!
- One high-efficiency washer and dryer (winner will be chosen in May 2012 from all entries received)
- Free lifetime supply (12 diapers) of FuzziBunz One-Size cloth diapers
- Free cloth diaper pails
- Free cloth diapers
- Free reusable wipes
FuzziBunz Customer Rewards runs indefinitely and is open to customers worldwide.
The diapers with Rewards stickers are being rolled out now to your favorite retailers – so be on the look out for your golden ticket, err, golden sticker! Official rules available online at http://www.fuzzibunz.com/CustomerRewards/OfficialRules.php.
Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011
Oops! Sarah's FuzziBunz is "accidently" showing a FuzziBunz cloth diaper
I swear I take every opportunity to tell people that we use cloth diapers. Whenever I can reasonably fit it into the conversation, I do.
Case in point: My lovely, grandmotherly next-door neighbor recently came over to visit and as she was leaving, she mentioned that she was going to Costco that afternoon and had a coupon for Huggies. She asked if I would like her to get me some diapers (let me pause here to mention how incredibly sweet this woman is. Anyway…). I said, “No that’s okay, because we actually use cloth diapers.” I don’t know what I expected her to do or say, but she high-fived me and said “good girl!”
“Actually, we use cloth diapers…” I hear myself saying that phrase over and over throughout my week. Pretty much every chance I get. Whether it’s to other moms at my playgroup, my neighbors, people at church, our daycare providers, a random babysitter or my 99-year-old grandfather, I somehow find a way to weave it into most conversations.
What can I say? I’m proud that we use cloth and I want to share it with as many people as I can. Maybe it’s the former marketing person in me, but I love to be an ambassador for the things I love. And I know that I love cloth diapers, so I guess it’s natural that I want to sing it from the rooftops. And from what I’ve gathered from the other cloth diapering mamas out there, I don’t think I’m alone.
Since I started cloth diapering in December, I have talked a lot about cloth diapers, shared experiences (“poop in your washer is really not that bad!”) and offered to lend diapers more times than I can count. So far, I don’t know if I’ve officially converted anyone, but I, like so many other cloth diapering families, am on a mission to spread the word. Until people get sick of me working cloth diapering into every conversation, that is! Then maybe I’ll move on to wearing an “ask me about cloth diapering” t-shirt or letting a super cute diaper accidentally fall out of my bag in front of other mom. “Oh this? Well, actually…”
Sarah is a mom of two and blogs about her adventures in motherhood, cloth diapering and everything in between. Catch her “Cloth Diapering Unwrapped” series on the FuzziBunz blog every Tuesday. Learn more about Sarah here.
Tuesday, March 1st, 2011
Lafayette, Louisiana (March 1, 2011) – FuzziBunz® cloth diapers today announces its newest promotion to entice more parents to give cloth diapering a try. With the purchase of 12 FuzziBunz® cloth diapers at any authorized FuzziBunz® retailer, the purchaser will receive a free hanging diaper pail. A hanging diaper pail provides an effective way to store a baby’s dirty cloth diapers between washings and has a retail value of $21.95.
FuzziBunz® cloth diapers are modern cloth diapers that moms can easily wash at home with little fuss. Moms simply store the soiled cloth diapers in a dry diaper pail until laundry day. When laundering, mom can wash the hanging diaper pail alongside the dirty FuzziBunz® diapers. The FuzziBunz® hanging diaper pail hangs on any hook or doorknob for easy access and comes with a zippered bottom so moms can easily unload the soiled diapers into the laundry machine.
“FuzziBunz® cloth diapers and accessories make it easy for parents to cloth diaper their babies at home without the hassles of a laundry service or having to repeatedly buy diapers at the store,” says Tereson Dupuy, the founder and CEO of FuzziBunz® and Mother of the Modern Cloth Diaper. “Today’s promotion is the start of a series of promotions we’ll be running throughout 2011 to help encourage more moms to trial the wonderful world of cloth diapers.”
Customers who purchase 12 FuzziBunz® diapers at one time and who have a valid receipt can claim their free FuzziBunz® hanging diaper pail by completing the cloth diaper rebate form located on the FuzziBunz® website. The promotion is valid on purchases made between March 1-31, 2011. There is no limit to the number of free hanging diaper pails that can be redeemed. Offer only valid for U.S. customers only.
To find an authorized FuzziBunz® retailer near you, please visit the “Where to Buy FuzziBunz®” page on FuzziBunz®.com.
The patented FuzziBunz® cloth diapers are a modern, convenient and sustainable diapering solution for today’s busy parents. The reusable pocket cloth diapers ensure no leaks, no rash and no waste. FuzziBunz® diapers include three layers: 1) a waterproof outer barrier to keep wetness contained, 2) a soft microfleece inner layer that touches a baby’s skin and pulls away moisture, and 3) a unique, pocket-style opening that enables a parent to customize the absorbency using super absorbent micro-terrycloth pads. Stay-at-home-mom, Tereson Dupuy, invented FuzziBunz® in January 1999 in response to her infant son’s chronic diaper rash and her overall dissatisfaction with all available diapers. Tereson stitched the first FuzziBunz® in her home and a short time later, the modern cloth diapering movement was born. For more information about FuzziBunz® cloth diapers and accessories and to find a list of retailers, please visit www.FuzziBunz.com.
Saturday, January 22nd, 2011
| Courtesy of FuzziBunz
You’ve probably noticed we’ve been raving a lot about cloth diapers lately. And why wouldn’t we? They’re one of the simplest ways to go green with baby. FuzziBunz is another cloth diaper collection that we love to pieces. And we’re not the only ones. Matthew McConaughey, Tori Spelling and Angela Bassett are all fans. And who can blame them? These diapers are super cute and a breeze to use.
Known as the company that invented the modern cloth diaper, FuzziBunz has been trusted to keep little bums dry since 1999. And with their new One-Size option, they’re making it even easier — and more affordable — for parents to use cloth.
The One-Size style features easy-to-adjust elastic — similar to maternity waistbands — that allows you to customize the waist and thigh openings to suit your growing baby (they fit from newborn up to 35 pounds). Even better? They’re not as bulky as other one-size versions.
| Courtesy of Rockin’ Green
The next question, of course, is how to care for cloth diapers?
Well, we had the chance to try Rockin’ Green laundry detergent and we’re loving it.
Targeted specifically at cloth diapering families, this detergent doesn’t leave any residue so there’s no build-up, which eventually affects absorbency and can cause rashes.
Available in yummy natural scents including Smashing Watermelons and Mighty Mighty Marshmallow, Rockin’ Green also works great for the rest of your laundry too.
There’s also an unscented option too, aptly called Bare Naked Babies. And depending on where you live, you can also buy formulas for hard, regular and soft water to increase the effectiveness.
Want to check these products out? Go to fuzzibunz.com and rockingreensoap.com for more information.
— Stephanie Phoenix
Original article: http://celebritybabies.people.com/2011/01/26/go-green-with-fuzzibunz-diapers-and-rockin%E2%80%99-green-soap/
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Few of us can afford the trendy, expensive baby gear that celebrities indulge in during pregnancy, but we can always dream … and try to find a cheapo substitute at Target or Walmart. Jessica Denay, celebrity baby shower planner and author of the Hot Mom to Be Handbook, has the inside scoop on what celebrity moms-to-be put on their registries.
Here are 5 of the trendiest wants among the Hollywood set right now:
Hollywood moms are more eco-conscious now than ever, and many are opting for a trendy cloth diaper called FuzziBunz. It’s available in a “one size” or “perfect size” choice for $20 apiece. Check out FuzziBunz Diapers on YouTube. Hollywood couples including Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves are big fans of these reusable diapers, which are waterproof, contain no velcro, and use a patented pocket technology to contain baby messes.
Heidi Klum’s Hospital Bag
Four-time model mom Heidi used a hospital bag like this one that’s now featured in her Loved by Heidi Klum collection for Motherhood Maternity. At $34, anyone can afford to place it on their registry. One trendy item Heidi and numerous other celebrities pack in their bags — a Cord Blood Registry Kit. Cord blood banking has become very popular with Hollywood moms, Denay says, as some of the biggest A-list parents use this registry. If you’re a celebrity with lots of money, why not? But many experts warn these registries promise a lot more than they can currently deliver.
Posh Mommy Jewelry
Push presents, the gift Daddy gives Mommy after a labor and birth, are also all the rage in Hollywood. Tom Cruise is said to have given Katie pink and white diamond earrings when Suri was born, and Jennifer Lopez reportedly received an eight-carat diamond ring when the twins arrived, Denay says. There are many great and affordable options to commemorate the birth or give as a shower gift, including Posh Mommy Jewelry, which engraves the baby’s name and birthstone into necklaces and bracelets. They also have cool dog tags for dad with prices starting at $50. Brooke Burke is a huge fan of the Posh Mommy line.
ShaToBu Body Shaper
Celebrities look awesome pregnant, and they seem to get their post-baby bodies back into shape in no time. “I’m not sure some of the celebrity moms who use it would want me spilling their secret, but one of the hottest new products and Hollywood mom secrets is the ShaToBu, a body shaper that shapes, tones, and burns calories while you wear it,” Denay says. Belly Bandits are also popular, as they help tighten and shrink your belly after giving birth. Kourtney Kardashian loved her Belly Bandit so much she created her own limited edition version.
Micralite FastFold Stroller
Strollers are one of the hottest accessories for celeb moms, since they are always being snapped pushing one in the tabloids. One of the newest strollers that celebrity moms including Trista Sutter are loving is the Micralite FastFold — it’s stylish, super-lightweight, and most importantly, easy to open and close. Unfortunately, at $350, it also carries a celebrity price tag.
Will the celeb mom in you be registering for any of these hot gifts?
Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
LAFAYETTE, Louisiana – Tereson Dupuy knows about solving problems. When the inventor of the modern cloth diaper and founder of FuzziBunz® cloth diapers heard about a program pleading for supplies to help clean up the oil spill along the Gulf shore, the Louisiana native realized she could help. Today, Dupuy and the company are officially announcing a nationwide drive to put the ultra-absorbent materials used in her cloth diapers and other baby materials to a different use for animal rescue and clean up.
After watching the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico devastate her family’s favorite beaches, precious wildlife and threaten the way of life for her hometown of New Orleans, Dupuy wanted to help. “The rescue workers are in need of absorbent materials and we are in the business of manufacturing one of the most absorbent materials around, so it’s a no-brainer,” she says. “I’m so glad we can do our part to help in this attack on nature right in our backyard.”
Dupuy and FuzziBunz® are putting out a nationwide call for old cloth diaper inserts (the absorbent material stuffed inside pocket-diapers like FuzziBunz®), pre-fold diapers, baby blankets, burp cloths, microfiber towels or other absorbent fabrics and the company’s warehouse is serving as a central drop-off point for these items. These specific items will be used to care for, clean and transport wildlife. The effort is called “Cloth for the Coast” and has a dedicated website: www.CommunityfortheCoast.org.
Donations of gently used cloth diapers are also being accepted. While diapers with Velcro, snaps, or elastic cannot be used for cleaning, there is a dire need in the low income communities where the families have been most affected by the spill. Dupuy is currently seeking assistance from Catholic Charities and United Way to identify families in need of donated diapers and is willing to work with these families on transitioning to cloth. By switching to donated reusable diapers, such as FuzziBunz®, these families will save thousands of dollars that would normally be spent on disposables.
“Since the oil spill, people who don’t normally ‘think green’ are giving the environment more thought. I’m glad that I am so close and do something to help make this happen,” says Dupuy. “And I have been overwhelmed by the response from the cloth diapering community so far. I knew they would pull together and do what they could during this environmental tragedy. Now they can recycle diapers for people in need as well.”
Diapers and blankets gathered at the FuzziBunz® warehouse will be organized by local volunteers and distributed to wildlife organizations in bulk. Families around the country wishing to help can donate items by sending directly to FuzziBunz® at:
315 Weeks St
New Iberia, LA 70560
Those looking to donate money to rescue animals or volunteer time can also visit www.CommunityfortheCoast.org, a website also funded by the company that serves as an easy-to-use information resource.
Friday, June 18th, 2010
Thank you so much for your generous gift baskets - they are wonderful, fun and practical. I especially loved the FuzziBunz®. We were using them already, and it is always great to have more. Thank you for thinking of us. Best, Anna Belknap, CSI NY