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Julia Lohmeyer

Executive Assistant

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Julia joined Cotton Babies in 2016 as Executive Assistant to Jenn Labit. She’s the proud mama to a toddler and a baby. She and her husband also have 2 dogs, a cat, a turtle and a pet fish. Julia is a diehard Cardinals fan who loves spending time with her family, shopping, crafting, and binge-watching “The Office.”

www.jenniferlabit.com

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Introducing the Gift Series: Strong
October 19, 2016 12:09 pm | by

On October 14 and 15th in Atlanta, Georgia, nearly 200 women gathered for the 2016 Warrior Mom® Conference by Postpartum Progress, an organization dedicated to supporting women who are battling postpartum depression. The majority of women in attendance were survivors of postpartum mood and anxiety disorders. Did you know that one in every seven women gets a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder like postpartum depression (PPD)? Events like Warrior Mom are important to help raise awareness, reduce stigma and simply encourage these strong women. For the second year in a row, Cotton Babies proudly sponsored this special event. In honor of the

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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,

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Go Tiny & Cloth!
August 9, 2016 12:32 pm | by

Cloth diapers are a great way to save money and reduce waste. If you’re interested in joining the tiny house movement, cloth diapers just make sense. In addition to reducing household waste, you will also save your family as much as $1200 over the cost of purchasing disposables. It’s possible to add even more to your savings when you resell your diaper stash after your baby potty trains. On top of waste prevention and money savings, using cloth diapers means that you’ll always have enough diapers! Here are a few tip on how to go tiny & cloth. How many do

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