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#clothdiapers can change the lives of so many impoverished families for the better. I believe. Do you?
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i do
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One of the most oft quoted arguments in favor of cloth diapering is based purely in dollars saved per child wearing cloth diapers. Most experts agree cloth diapers are less expensive than disposabl......
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Great article! Thanks for sharing:)
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Hoping to be in there soon(St. Louis) for the Bumgenius sale. Do you carry the potty pail in store?
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Love these photos of a little guy wearing cowboy boots and bumGenius!
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I love this store.
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THE DIAPER ACT (HR 3134) SUPPORTS CLOTH DIAPERS: http://wp.me/p1PeHu-2C
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Pepper Design Blog » Blog Archive » Going Green: Cloth Diaper Update
We've been using cloth diapers on Liv for a little over 6 months now and I thought I'd share a ... It's environmentally friendly (reduces our waste by about 2500 disposable diapers), ... Sometimes I even color coordinate Liv's outfits based on her diaper colors for the day ;) . ...
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To stretch myself creatively, personally and professionally, I often reach for random books by famous people. Memoirs and biographies are my favorites. This week, I have been reading "The World As I See It" by Albert Einstein. It left me wondering how long he pondered relativity before he explained it to someone else...
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Jenn owns and operates Cotton Babies. She motivates business leaders to be purposefully successful. She inspires women to be the best mom they can possibly be.
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  • Cotton Babies
    CEO, 2002 - present
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Owner of Cotton Babies and creator of bumGenius, Flip and Econobum cloth diapers.
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Jenn has made her mark on the world by conceptualizing, developing, marketing and producing new diapering products for the baby industry.

Her company, Cotton Babies, developed out of a tiny $100 investment; leading the way among natural parenting retailers since 2002. In addition to a busy online operation, Cotton Babies operates retail outlets in St. Louis, Missouri with several new stores opening in other states soon!

In 2005, Jenn and husband, Jimmy, created the bumGenius One-Size Reusable Diaper, a product now distributed on five continents. In 2009, Cotton Babies developed and launched the best selling Flip Diapering System, a hybrid diapering system, and Econobum, a budget one-size cloth diaper.

Notable media mentions include Time Magazine, Mothering Magazine, Parents Magazine, Pregnancy Magazine, Consumer Reports, the Washington Post and the New York Times.

In 2008-2009, Jenn served as the founding chair of the Real Diaper Industry Association, a 501(c)6 trade association for cloth diaper retailers, manufacturers, diaper services, media and other parties with an interest in the cloth diaper industry.

Over the last few years, Jenn has served as advisor to growing retailers as well as some of the largest baby retailers in the industry. She is also an oft-requested expert on the subject of cloth diapering.

Today, Jenn is focused on raising the standard of excellence in the baby industry through creative designs and unique marketing approaches. Her goals are continued growth of the cloth diaper category, and targeted social strategies aimed at raising the standard of living in areas her company has influence.
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In addition to multiple awards for product design, Jenn has received St. Louis Business Journal 40 Under 40 award - 2011, Ernst & Young Midwest Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year - 2011
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