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behind the scenes

Maggie Lena Walker – Designer Diaper
February 28, 2017 6:19 pm | by

Maggie was revealed earlier today, and we’re in love… Not only with the print, itself, but also the genius, Maggie Lena Walker, who inspired it! Since it is Truly Genius Tuesday, We thought it would be fun to give you a bit of a behind-the-scenes look into our designer’s inspiration as she created Maggie. We want to share with you a little bit about the design behind Maggie, the latest addition to the Genius Series. To begin, there is something you may not already know about our prints that we believe makes them truly special… From Albert to Spence, Ballet to Accidental…

 
The “Never Were” bumGenius Diapers
February 14, 2017 5:50 pm | by

The story of the Never Were bumGenius diapers A few months ago, we were looking through some drawers and realized that we had some sample fabric of print proposals sitting in our drawers. For one reason or another, we had decided that these prints were not going to be made into production diapers. You could say we had a drawer-full of bumGenius print fabric that “never were.” Knowing that someone would love these prints, we asked our product designer to make some bumGenius Original Pocket Diapers using this fabric. With only a little bit of fabric to work with, we were only able to create

 
We’re Changing Things
October 12, 2016 4:27 pm | by

We’re changing things… again! Have your heard? Cotton Babies is growing! We recently shared the news that we are moving our sewing and manufacturing operations to St. Louis, MO to share space with our corporate headquarters and warehouse. This is BIG news for us, and we look forward to hiring 60+ people to help sew and produce our best-selling diapers and accessories! Since 2005, we’ve partnered with a factory in Englewood, CO to handle our manufacturing. The owners of the Colorado plant have recently made plans to retire and close their factory. When our owners, Jenn and Jimmy Labit, heard the news,