Tushie Ties


The Tampa Bay Birth Network, and many of the families in our community are big fans of cloth diapering which is eco friendly, safe for baby, a money saving investment and because they are just so stinking cute!

We'd like to introduce you to Tushie Ties! Tushie Ties is a cloth diapering retailer based in Tampa owned by Crystal Carpenter. Here is what Crystal says about her diapers: 

Tushie Ties were conceived in 2007 out of a personal need for a cloth diaper for my daughter. I had tried many different diapers and found I needed something more. I fell in love with the fabric Bamboo Velour due to its antibacterial properties. It helped cut down on rashes, kept her skin comfortable and had a nice dry feeling. 


I liked the simple prefolds, but they had to be snapped or pinned and I wasn't a fan of that. I'd always lose my snappis and forget pinning, I just wasn't good at it. Snapping diapers had their drawbacks for us. The snaps often left hot spots on my baby's belly and daddy was confused by all those snaps. So the challenge was to create a baby/mama and daddy-friendly cloth diaper.

Tushie Ties are a tie on cloth diaper with no snaps or pins. They are eco friendly, naturally antibacterial, and easy to use.  They tie with a cute ribbon on the front that is attached and purposefully designed to keep the diaper from drooping in the front.  They are very comfortable for baby and don't have any elastic or anything else to place marks on the baby's legs or tummy.

They are very absorbent and paired with our bamboo doublers are a fabulous night time solution. They are the ultimate in adjust-ability since they can be folded down the back or front and any type of fold can be used to best fit a skinny, chubby or in-between baby. They are easy to wash and dry and can be used under any of your favorite cloth diaper covers. They come in both a luxury line, bamboo velour and our economy line - Simplicity, that is made of a 4 way stretch cotton. 

Tushie ties are as pretty as a package on your new baby!

Check them out at: www.tushieties.com. 

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