Did you see it? Did you see it?
Today, the cloth diapering world is throwing a celebration! Victory is ours!
This morning on CBS’ “Eye on Parenting” Segment, Natali Morris presents the results of her cloth diapering challenge. After an earlier segment raised quite a ruckus among cloth diapering parents (because it did not adequately portray today’s modern cloth diapers,) Morris decided to give it another go with the products that today’s cloth diapering parents actually use.
The results: Morris found that she actually prefers cloth diapers to disposables.
OK, so now that we’re all having a virtual party, I want to pull you over into the corner for a minute for some gossiping. That woman that was helping Morris out, Tereson Dupuy, it was mentioned very quickly that she is the CEO of Fuzzi Bunz. Was anyone else really impressed how willingly she talked about the hybrids, the pre-folds and all-in-ones? Did you notice that when Morris was talking about pocket diapers, she didn’t even throw down her own product name? She mentioned the brand name of the hybrid she was using (gDiapers) but she didn’t mention the name of the pocket diaper. Since she didn’t, I’m going to.
I appreciate her modesty and professionalism, but I appreciate her diapers even more.
That pocket diaper that actually made Natali Morris a cloth convert was a Fuzzi Bunz. Did you notice how Morris said very quickly that she preferred pocket diapers and Dupuy quickly followed up with a comment of delightful appreciation? I loved that part!
This is just another testament to Fuzzi Bunz cloth diapers. These diapers have such a pioneering force and I’m so excited about it.
We can’t even fathom the minds that Morris changed this morning. I am so delighted with her ability to give cloth another try. I think it says a lot about a person when they’re willing to have an open mind.
I felt compelled to blog about these two women and how pleased I am with how they presented themselves in this “Eye on Parenting” segment and with the impact that they have had and will continue to have on our world.