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  • Radar Online

    August 1, 2010

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    GroVia: The Best For Your Baby's Needs
    Aug 02, 2010 @ 05:34PM

    Are you hearing the pitter-patter of little feet, or about to?

    Then its time for you to check out GroVia products, which integrates modern technology into the entire baby-changing changing process as we know it, refining it via years of personal use and testing and taking environmental impact and natural goodness for your baby into account.

    The centerpiece of GroVia's collection: the All-In-One diaper, which boasts stretchy tabs for a perfect fit with no stuffing or doublers. It has a trim, one-size design that grows with your baby, requires no cover and comes equipped with a quick-dry design.

    With the All-In-One diaper, you can adjust rise snaps as needed, as well as use a snap-in soaker for older babies or heavy wetters.

    User testimonials illustrate how satisfied customers have been with the All-In-One diaper.

    "This is a great diaper, very trim, soft and absorbent," wrote Heather Whitney, while Janice Pabalate wrote: "My most favorite diaper!!! As soon as I put this on my baby, I quickly realized how much I love it! Its just the perfect diaper! It very absorbent, super easy to use, super trim, and very stylish!"

    To order products, and for more info, check out www.gro-via.com

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  • The Montana Pioneer Interviews GroVia founder, Kim Ormsby

    July 14, 2010

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    Montana's Small Business Person of the Year
    Natural Baby Entrepreneur Tells Us How She Did It

    BY PAT HILL

    Kim Ormsby of Bozeman transformed a desire to take better care of her babies' backsides into a multi-million dollar business, one that has made her Montana's 2010 Small Business Person of the Year.

    The award, given by the U.S. government's Small Business Administration, had Ormsby in Washington, D.C., the last week of May being honored for her unique brand of GroVia diapers and other baby care products. She calls her business The Natural Baby Company, selling her products from a Bozeman storefront and via the Internet—and business is booming.

    “The award was certainly a surprise…” Ormsby told the Pioneer the day after she returned from her D.C. trip, “…nothing we had planned on. It's very nice to be recognized for our work, and we're thrilled.”

    Ormsby's success is one of those stories that small business dreams are made of. But her path has had some unexpected twists along the way. Ormsby graduated from college in Jamestown, North Dakota, with a bachelors degree in biology. She was living in Denver, Colorado, with her name on a waiting list for attendance at Colorado State University's veterinarian school, when she had her first baby in 2000. She instead took a job with the telecommunications company Qwest, headquartered in Denver, and moved to Bozeman in 2001 to work for Qwest here. But when the telecommunications bubble burst that same year, tech stocks tumbled, and so did Ormsby's job with Qwest. She found herself unemployed, but still keeping busy as a mother, and diapers had already made their entrance into Ormsby's life. Continue reading

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  • GroVia on Good Morning Dallas!

    July 14, 2010

    Know someone who is expecting? FOX 4's Steve Noviello has the latest and greatest gifts and gadgets for Mommy & Child.

    Featuring the GroVia BioDiaper -- biodegradable and compostable, disposable diaper - made with no harmful chemicals

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  • Women Entrepreneur "The Right Way to Rebrand"

    July 9, 2010

    You can't just flip a switch. The Natural Baby Company discovered firsthand that rebranding is an intensive process.

    When we launched Gro Baby, our modern cloth diaper line in April 2009, we had no idea how much it would transform our business model. We started The Natural Baby Company in 2005 with three product lines--WonderWraps, Pocket Change and DreamEze. Now our successful little company, with a mere 50-plus retailers, was about to experience a boom in business.

    Within months of the Gro Baby launch, we had wholesale distributors on three continents and were supplying 500-plus retailers worldwide. It was abundantly clear that the Gro Baby brand name would outsell our other products, and it was starting to define our company. Customers and retailers no longer knew us by our company name, The Natural Baby Company. They knew us as Gro Baby.

    In early January 2010, our team sat down and started strategizing. We asked ourselves some very simple questions: Who are we? Who are our customers? Where is our company going? Over the course of a few weeks, we took the time to brainstorm ideas, names and mission statements. We eventually decided to pick a single brand name that all of our products would be sold under. The name chosen was GroVia. Our brand mission: Simplifying the way parents nurture baby, naturally.The amount of work that goes into a rebrand is substantial, to say the least. Timing is so important, and scheduling and meeting deadlines are mind-boggling. Continue reading

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  • Fox Business - The Right Way To Rebrand

    July 7, 2010

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    When we launched Gro Baby, our modern cloth diaper line in April 2009, we had no idea how much it would transform our business model. We started The Natural Baby Company in 2005 with three product lines--WonderWraps, Pocket Change and DreamEze. Now our successful little company, with a mere 50-plus retailers, was about to experience a boom in business.

    Within months of the Gro Baby launch, we had wholesale distributors on three continents and were supplying 500-plus retailers worldwide. It was abundantly clear that the Gro Baby brand name would outsell our other products, and it was starting to define our company. Customers and retailers no longer knew us by our company name, The Natural Baby Company. They knew us as Gro Baby.

    In early January 2010, our team sat down and started strategizing. We asked ourselves some very simple questions: Who are we? Who are our customers? Where is our company going? Over the course of a few weeks, we took the time to brainstorm ideas, names and mission statements. We eventually decided to pick a single brand name that all of our products would be sold under. The name chosen was GroVia. Our brand mission: Simplifying the way parents nurture baby, naturally.

    The amount of work that goes into a rebrand is substantial, to say the least. Timing is so important, and scheduling and meeting deadlines are mind-boggling. Continue reading

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  • GroVia Makes Parenthood Easier - The Family Groove

    June 30, 2010

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    Impending parenthood is a nerve-racking time. Decisions—big ones, little ones, life-changing ones
    and even relatively insignificant ones (like what color to paint the nursery)—fill up your days and nights. Not sure where to start? Well, forget pink or blue—green is the way to go when it comes to getting ready for your little one. If you start from green, you can rest assured that your choices will be sound ones, which is why we asked Sue Brown and the staff of Satara Baby for some advice on her favorite organic baby gear options on the market today.

    Sue, who's been in the green game for eight years, having bought her first brick-and-mortar (then called Home Environment) in Madison, Wis., in 2002 with her partner Tyrone Bell, and her staff are on a mission to educate all people on the benefits of eco-friendly products and empower them to make the right choices for themselves and the planet.

    Here, Sue and the Satara Baby family give you their tips for the easiest ways to make your days with baby safer (and more stylish), naturally.

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  • Kim Ormsby Featured in Big Sky Business

    June 8, 2010

    Kim Ormsby, CEO and President of The Natural Baby Company, has been named SBA’s 2010 Montana Small Business Person of the Year.

    Ormsby originally founded the company as “Montana’s Diaper Store” in 2003 as a small online retail store operating from the laundry room in her home. Montana’s Diaper Store grew each year and today, it is known as The Natural Baby Company.

    Ormsby was among a number of outstanding businesses and business advocates in Montana who were recognized for their achievements at a celebration in Gallatin Gateway sponsored by the regional office of the US Small Business Administration. Continue reading

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  • Boutique Café GroVia Review and Giveaway

    June 6, 2010

    GroVia, by The Natural Baby Company, is the rebrand GroBaby and makes everything you need to go completely green when it comes to cloth diapers. I’ve been testing their Hybrid Shell and Soaker set (as well as their Cloth AIO, more to come later), and I love it. This diaper is truly different from everything else on the market. It’s beautifully made and has awesome design. A lot of thought went into this diaper and I definitely appreciate that! Plus, the cotton is buttery soft, organic, and impressively absorbent. I love that the soaker snaps out and is easily replaced with a new, fresh soaker. Or if you’re cloth diapering on the go, there’s also innovative BioSoakers, which stick right into your GroVia shell and can be composted, flushed or just plain thrown-out. I’ve rarely had to wash my shell due to the gathered edges and absorbency of the soaker and less laundry is also a plus. Although the initial price tag may seem a bit on the higher end of cloth diapering, remember that you can use one shell with at least 2 soakers (in my case 3+, but this all depends on your baby), which quickly brings down the cost of cloth diapering to the lower end. Score. The soaker does take longer to dry than some other cloth diapers, but as I’ve mentioned before, this just proves to me that the soaker will soak up a ton!

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  • The Girl Is A Mom - GroVia Review and Giveaway!

    May 31, 2010

    Once in a while you come across a diaper that is totally different from all of the others, GroVia from The Natural Baby Company is one of those diapers. Formerly known as the GroBaby with the rebranding comes some great new changes. GroVia aims to change the disposable diapering industry and make cloth diapering even easier for existing cloth diapering families, which is no small task.

    Like most awesome cloth diaper companies, The Natural Baby Company was founded by a mom. Kim Ormsby started the business out of her laundry room, never realizing that her small ideas would revolutionize the industry. Since 2008, The Natural Baby Company has grown by introducing ultra useable and innovative products for natural parenting families. I was lucky enough to get one of the new GroVia All In 2 diapers for review. When I heard about the re-branding from GroBaby diapers to GroVia, I figured it was simply a name change but I was so wrong. GroVia made some marked and fabulous changes to their already great diapers.

    I should start by saying that I was also lucky enough to pick up a GroBaby All In 2 diapers from the gently used section of my local diaper store, The Diaper Lab. Since we have had it the GroBaby has been on the top of my favorites list. I’m glad I got it because I was able to clearly see the improvements that were made when GroBaby became GroVia. So, let’s get on with talking about the fluff! Continue reading

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  • Babble Reports - GroVia Rebrand!

    May 20, 2010

     

    You heard right: Buh-bye Gro Baby — oh how we loved you. But wait, what’s that? A newer, better version of the well-loved, one-size cloth diapering system just launched under their new name, GroVia.

    It’s the same great design as Gro Baby — which grows with your child and snaps together without stuffing or doublers – except for a few noticeable differences: There’s a better selection of shell colors and patterns (more light and summery!), and the organic cotton inner is so much softer. I haven’t tested its absorbency to its full capacity, seeing that it takes a good 10 washes to really be at its best, but you won’t ever want to use a disposable diaper after feeling this cloth pad. And like the Gro Baby system, GroVia offers their similar BioSoaker pads as a more convenient, eco-friendly option.

    Don’t worry, Gro Baby users. All of your current shells and pads are interchangeable with the new GroVia system. Consequently, The Natural Baby Company is having a big sale on their Gro Baby inventory!

    After trying a few different cloth and hybrid systems, Gro Baby was my personal choice for everyday wear (convenient, absorbent and cost-effective), so I can personally vouch for the design’s performance.

    Find the revamped, renamed diapers at Gro-Via.com. Continue reading

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  • Eco Etiquette: Convincing My Husband to Use Cloth Diapers

    May 12, 2010

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    My husband has been fine with the green changes I've made in our household. He doesn't complain about composting, taking canvas bags to the grocery store, or even the vegetarian dinners I make. But we're expecting our first child, and he's drawn the line at cloth diapers. He says it's too inconvenient. How can I change his mind?

    -Layla

    Well, for starters, the cloth diaper argument couldn't be more timely: Last week, I wrote about how the BP oil disaster is compelling Americans to consider new ways to reduce their oil footprint; more specifically, by reducing the amount of petroleum-based products they buy. Continue reading

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  • Examiner.com - Mother's Day Extravaganza

    May 10, 2010

    Mothers Day was extra special this year when celebrities and VIP guests were invited to the Silver Spoon Dog and Baby Buffet held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. The hottest must haves for moms with little ones with either two or four legs were featured buffet style. Celebrities such as Minnie Driver, Amy Smart, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Beverly Mitchell, Jodie Sweetin and Mackenzie Phillips were among the long list to enjoy the luxury event.

    I’ve covered numerous events like this over the years but this year was extra special because I got to bring along my sister who is expecting her first child this summer. It’s like I had my own personal baby expert. Along with it being a beautiful day the event benefitted ‘Best Friends Animal Society’ and had onsite adoptions, which let me tell you was very hard not bring home one of these adorable dogs. Continue reading

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  • OK! Magazine - Minnie Driver Spotted with GroVia at Dog&Baby Buffet

    May 9, 2010

     

    On May 9, Audrina Patridge celebrated her 25th birthday at Las Palmas. She was serenaded by her boyfriend Ryan Cabrera and joined by friends who enjoyed cocktails with ALMA Tequila and TY KU Liqueur. The amazing floral arrangements were by It’s a Blooming Business and cupcake tower by Sweet E’s Bake Shop.

    Dean McDermott gives Tori Spelling a custom designed darkened diamond eternity band to symbolize their eternal love and in their tradition of renewing their wedding vows every year.

    On May 4, Christina Ricci and some friends were in the L.A. Dodgers Dugout Club.

    On May 7, at a L.A. Dodgers game, New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez announced over the PA system it was “Time for Dodgers Baseball”.

    On May 4, Robert Downey Jr. grabbing coffee at Infuzion Café in Santa Monica.

    Dean Cain drinking new Gatorade Natural at an E League Super Saturday game in L.A.

    Eve buying a Global Glam dress by Dolce Vita at the W Hotels’ store at the W Hollywood. Continue reading

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  • Los Angeles Times - Star Sightings

    May 9, 2010

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    The Ministry has so many celeb sightings from recent romps that we may need an eye exam by the time we're through. Pop some popcorn and tuck in, because here's where your favorites have been working and playing over the past week...

    Mrs. Tom Cruise, actress Katie Holmes, celebrated her Mother's Day in total luxury with her tyke Suri. The ladies hit up La Prairie spa at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where little Suri ran around with a blond toddler cohort while Holmes got a mani-pedi.

    On Saturday, mama Minnie Driver attended the Dog & Baby Buffet in Century City, where she and the likes of "Old Spice" hottie Isaiah Mustafa received multi-cloth GroVia diapers and other bambino swag — autographing new cloth diapers that'll be auctioned off to benefit Shriners Hospital for Children. Continue reading

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  • JustJared.com

    May 8, 2010

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    KayCee Stroh: Dog & Baby Buffet!

    KayCee Stroh and a blond Marisa Jaret Winokur snap a pic together as they attend the GroVia And Celebrity Parents Annual Dog And Baby Buffet held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City, Calif., on Friday afternoon (May 7).

    Days of Our Lives sweetheart Taylor Spreitler and KSM’s Katie Cecil were also spotted at the event.

    The “gift buffet” benefited the Best Friends Animal Society, one of America’s foremost animal rescue organizations. They operate the country’s largest sanctuary for abused and abandoned animals.

    Find original post, here: http://justjaredjr.buzznet.com/2010/05/09/kaycee-stroh-dog-baby-buffet/

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  • GroVia Heads to Hollywood

    May 7, 2010

    With a new brand and a new look, GroVia Visits the California Sunshine to Celebrate with Hollywood’s Hottest Celebrity Parents

    To kick start our recent rebrand, GroVia (previously known as Gro Baby) traveled west this May to celebrate with Hollywood’s top celebrity parents and parents-to-be. With the mission of educating parenting influencers on the benefits of cloth diapering, GroVia toted tons of product, prizes and vital knowledge to two great events in Los Angeles – the Pregnancy Awareness Month (PAM) Kick-Off Event on May 2nd, followed by the celebrity-filled Dog & Baby Buffet Mother’s Day Event on May 7th -8th.

    GroVia brought the sunshine with them to the PAM Kick-Off Event held at TreePeople in the hills of Los Angeles. Creed opened the event with great music, top parenting influencers like Ricki Lake and Dr. Alan Greene spoke to the benefits of natural parenting, and celebrity parents mingled with GroVia – many learning for the first time why GroVia diapers (and cloth diapers in general), are better for baby, our planet and our checkbooks. Celebrities like Danica McKellar (Winnie, The Wonder Years), Kaitlin Olson and husband Rob McElhenney (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), and supermodel/entrepreneur Josie Maran, all stopped by the GroVia booth to learn about our new brand, products and the ins-and-outs of cloth diapering. Danica McKellar was so surprised to learn about what a difference cloth diapering can make on baby and our planet – she left with a bag full of product and plans to use GroVia on her baby-to-be, due this Fall! Continue reading

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  • Red-Hot Eco Moms - Redbook Article

    April 9, 2010

    Red-Hot Eco Moms

    It's only natural to want to make the world a better place for your child. These 8 women did something about it — from designing eco-friendly diapers to creating an environmentally safe, completely ingestible toy cleaner.

    THE CHALLENGE Find a convenient alternative to disposable diapers — a major household contributor to landfills.

    THE EARTH-FRIENDLY SOLUTION A hybrid cloth and disposable diaper system.

    When Kim Ormsby had her first baby nine years ago, she balked at the idea of using cloth diapers. Who needed more laundry to do? But after six months of going through about 10 disposables a day, she tried cloth. Turns out they weren't bulky and didn't require pins, like the ones from her childhood. The extra laundry was manageable, Kim was saving money, and she was glad not to add more trash to local landfills.

    Recognizing all the benefits, including environmental and financial, Kim was sure other parents would be interested in becoming cloth converts. So when she was laid off from her engineering job after 9/11, she saw her freedom as the chance to turn her inspiration into reality. She used her credit card's $15,000 limit to set up an online cloth diaper business. She developed a customer base, which spread the word, and in 2006, her husband quit his job to help secure loans and create the company, complete with a retail store, a corporate office, and a name: The Natural Baby Co.

    Cloth was still a hard sell to parents who liked the idea of being eco-conscious but preferred the convenience of disposables. So in 2009, with help from a designer, Kim launched the Gro Baby system, featuring a waterproof outer shell that gives parents the option of attaching a cloth insert or an eco-friendly disposable one; the shell can be used up to four times before needing to be washed. The system, now called GroVia, is sold at hundreds of retailers, including Whole Foods and Costco. An organic cloth set costs $25; a box of 50 biodegradable disposables is $20. "What's great," Kim says, "is that instead of washing cloth diapers after each use, you usually only have to wash the insert, so your laundry loads are lighter. That means using less water, detergent, and energy."

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  • Kim Ormsby 2010 Montana SBA Person of the Year

    April 6, 2010

    Natural Parenting Industry Makes Breakthrough as It's Recognized Amongst Financial and Consulting Industries as a Top Contributor to Nation's Economy

    BOZEMAN, Mont., April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Natural Baby Company is pleased to announce that its founder and CEO, Kim Ormsby, has been named SBA's 2010 Montana Small Business Person of the Year. The U.S. Small Business Administration is an independent agency of the federal government that recognizes small business owners and entrepreneurs for their significant contributions to the nation's economic status. An industry first in Montana, Kim is presented with this title for her work with The Natural Baby Company, a leader in the natural parenting industry, creating modern, green and easy-to-use diapering and natural baby products. She will be honored by the SBA during the National Small Business Week event in Washington DC, May 23-25, 2010 along with representatives from every state. Continue reading

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  • Cloth diaper week: This ain't your mama's cloth diaper

    April 5, 2010

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    When I tell people I use cloth diapers on my son, they typically get this look on their face like I’ve just told them I do brain surgery in my basement. Cloth diapering isn’t what it used to be—gone are the days of diaper pins and rubber pants. Today’s cloth diapers are easy to use, easy to clean, and oh-so-adorable.

    My newest love is the hybrid diapers by GroBaby. These diapers are so unique and easy to use, even on the go. They come in a variety of adorable prints and have easy snap-in inserts. I also love that they have a biodegradable insert option that is great for babysitters or to use when you’re not at home.

    GroBaby diapers come in only one size, which for all you cloth diapering newbies means that they have easy to adjust snaps so they’ll fit your baby as both an infant and a toddler. In fact, they fit most children from newborn all the way up to their potty days. If you’re thinking about giving GroBaby a try, I recommend their GroBaby Experience Package. It includes two shells, two organic soaker pads, and two organic boosters. I would also recommend picking up a pack of GroBaby Bio Soaker Pads for using while you are out and about. You’ll be surprised by how easy cloth diapering actually is!

    Written by: P&N

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  • Gro Baby - How to cloth diaper video

    February 26, 2010

    Gro Baby Diaper Video

    An instrucitonal video on the Gro Baby diapering system. What is Gro baby and how do you use it? How do you prepare and care for your diapers? Watch the video here.

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  • 8,000 diapers or 12 Gro Baby diapers?

    February 3, 2010

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    Did you know that the average newborn can speed through 12 diapers a day! Older babies and toddlers typically use about 6-10 diapers a day. If your baby is out of diapers entirely by the time she’s two and a half years old (many aren’t) that’s still about 7,500-8,000 disposable diapers over those 2.5 years. Imagine if your baby is in diapers longer.

    When you think about it in terms of sheer numbers, cloth diapering makes so much more sense. Cloth diapering is not like days of past either. Forget sharp pins and messy leaks. Today’s cloth diapers are highly sophisticated. For a basic primer on alternatives to disposables read Green Diapers 101: Eco-friendly Diapers for a cloth diaper primer read The New Wave of Cloth Diapers. Continue reading

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  • Green With Envy - An Gro Baby short

    January 26, 2010

    Gro Baby's animated short about the Gro Baby diapering sytem. Watch it here!

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  • A Diaper that will Gro with your Baby - PTPA Media

    January 18, 2010

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    My daughter has been wearing the Gro Baby Diaper Shells and Cloths for a couple of months. I LOVE it! I have been raving about these diapers since I’ve started using them. A lot of people I know have made recent purchases because I have been dancing and singing about these diapers. The Gro Baby Diapering system makes cloth diapering such an easy experience. For those that are intimidated by cloth diapering, no need to anymore, with this system. Continue reading

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  • Gro Baby Wipes - About.com Review

    January 11, 2010

    The Bottom Line - Gro Baby wipes get the job done with less chemicals.

    Pros - No chemicals for baby’s skin

    Cons - A bit slick

    Description

    • Fragrance Free
    • Dye Free
    • Chlorine Free
    • Made from Ingeo (TM) Fibers

    Review
    One of the down-sides of using disposable wipes is the extra chemicals that go onto your baby’s skin. With Gro Baby wipes, which are made from plants, there are less chemicals involved in the process of cleaning your baby. One of the things that I loved about the Gro Baby wipes is that they have almost zero smell. I am very sensitive to smells and even “scent-free” wipes tend to bother me. The Gro Baby wipes’ smell was almost undetectable. The texture of the wipes is grippy and wipes clean, however, this means that they are not as soft as some other wipes. The wipes are a large size and this reduced the number of wipes needed per change. Now, when I need disposable wipes, I will reach for the Gro Baby wipes.

    by Ashley Benz on January 11, 2010

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  • Examiner.com says GroVia is the Best Cloth Diaper!

    January 7, 2010

    Over a year and a half ago I jumped into the world of cloth diapering for my girls, then 10-months old and 2.5 years old. My oldest was soon potty trained. My then 10-month old is now 2 years old and fully potty trained. Now my son is on diaper testing duty. We've tried A LOT of brands... even did a diaper challenge.

    The latest diaper to be put to the test in my diaper challenge are Gro Baby Diapers.

    A relatively new cloth diap newcomer, Gro Babys are a system of diapering that combines cloth and eco-friendly disposable inserts (aka Bio Soakers) that both go into a reusable shell. It's a similar concept to gDiapers, but much much better. In fact Gro diaps are now among my most favorite (up next to BumGenius, FuzziBunz and Green Acre Designs cloth diapers).

    Gro Baby Diapers are high quality and good construction and really simple to use. Just snap in a cloth insert into cover (which is not only soft and durable but very absorbent) and put on. (See photo in slideshow) The cover can be used 2-3 times, depending on your little ones soaking abilities and the frequency of changes.

    You can go back and forth between the cloth inserts and the disposable ones. On the topic of the disposable inserts- called Bio Soakers by Gro Baby- they're surprisingly great. I expected at first use that they'd slide around or not stay in place but quite the opposite. They stick too well. They don't leak or move around but they do leave sticky residue that can be challenging to get all off. I've also tried the disp inserts with other covers (including BumGenius, DryBees among others). They stay perfectly and don't get the shell wet. But they do leave sticky residue that you have to work to get off. However, they're so much better than cloth when your little one gives you a big poop present.

    On the topic of poop, my son put the Gro Baby with cloth insert through the poop test the first time I put him in them. They performed well. The cover got poop on it so there was no reusing it prior to washing but with just a little poop wiping down with a baby wipe, tossing it into the reusable diaper bag and washing it the next day... the Gro Baby still looked brand new, no poop stains whatsoever. Now a month plus later - they're still looking brand new. There's not even any lint stuck in the velcro tabs, which is hard to believe. That's because you just fold the tab down to the diaper cloth, not a special tab. That makes it really easy to keep nice and clean.

    As for overnight - I haven't been brave enough to try overnights with the Gro Baby as both the cloth and disposable inserts are only good for my little soaker man for two hours... and he's sleeping through the night for the most part.

    Overall, Gro Baby is now one of my favorite diapering systems. If I was just starting out, I'd start with Gro Baby because of its versatility and options to use both the disposable and cloth inserts.

    Read more about all the Gro Baby features at thenaturalbabyco.com.

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  • Gro Baby Bio Wipes - MomsLikeMe.com Review

    January 4, 2010

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    Get to the bottom of greening your baby with Gro Baby Bio Wipes, the latest earth friendly product born from the creators of the Gro Baby reusable diapering system for modern parents. Free of harmful chemicals, compostable and made from 100% renewable materials, the all-natural Gro Baby Bio Wipes offer today’s mom and dad a better way to wipe up baby’s messes without leaving a mess on the planet. Continue reading

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  • Better Wipes For A Better World!

    December 2, 2009

    All Natural Baby Wipes, Made From 100% Renewable Resources

    Natural Baby Company’s Eco-Friendly Diaper Line Helps Keep the Planet and Baby Clean, from the Bottom Up

    Get to the bottom of greening your baby with Gro Baby Bio Wipes, the latest earth friendly product born from the creators of the Gro Baby reusable diapering system for modern parents. Free of harmful chemicals, compostable and made from 100% renewable materials, the all-natural Gro Baby Bio Wipes offer today’s mom and dad a better way to wipe up baby’s messes without leaving a mess on the planet. Continue reading

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  • The Natural Baby Company: 2009 Innovator of the Year

    November 12, 2009

    Prospera Business Network presented their 2009 Business Excellence Awards at the organization’s 24th Annual Dinner this evening at the Best Western GranTree Inn in Bozeman.

    Awards were given in the following categories: Innovator of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Economic Leadership Award, and Business of the Year.

    The Natural Baby Company was named the 2009 Innovator of the Year in recognition for their success and commitment to creating innovative, eco-friendly products. The company is a designer and manufacturer of environmentally-friendly, natural baby products. Award presenter, Marci Yamasaki of Cleanwaste, said: “This 6 year old company is experiencing tremendous growth. Their most recent innovation, a 97% biodegradable and 100% compostable diaper pad has recently been picked up by Whole Foods Markets stores nationally.” Continue reading

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  • Green Your Baby’s Bum!

    October 26, 2009

    Gro Baby Introduces New To The Market Eco Friendly Diaper Pads

    Gro Baby’s New Bio Soaker Pads, the Convenient Hybrid Diaper Option for Modern Parents On-The-Go

    Gro Baby, creator of reusable diapers for modern parents, announced today the debut of the newest addition to their line, Gro Baby Bio Soaker Pads. An essential for parents who treasure convenience but also love the earth, Gro Baby’s Bio Soakers offer mom and dad the ultimate eco friendly cloth diaper option. Superior in design, comfort and protection – Gro Baby Bio Soakers are safer for baby, and safer for the planet. Continue reading

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